Little Boots to put on Bugged Out club night in London

Victoria Hesketh joins forces with Bugged Out for Boots Camp

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Little Boots is to curate her own club night, entitled Boots Camp, on November 14.

The event, which is being staged by club promoters Bugged Out, will take place November 14 at a "bespoke space" on Scrutton Street in Shoreditch, east London.

The electro-pop star, real name Victoria Hesketh, has invited her long-term collaborator Joe Goddard of Hot Chip to DJ at the event, as well as Aeroplane, Heartbreak and Piers Martin of London Italo-disco club night Cocadisco.

Little Boots will also DJ on the night.

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