General Echo November Session
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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Regular reggae disco in North-East London playing dub, dancehall, roots, rockers, ska, rocksteady and other bass transmissions on two turntables and a space echo. The night is named after sadly departed  MC Earl Anthony Robinson, the voice behind classic deejay tunes such as “Drunken Master”.
With the sad closure of beloved E17 public house The Victoria we’re looking forward to hosting our first night in 8 months, an early evening session at the lovely Walthamstow Trades Hall.
The Trades is now set up for socially distanced events. They have plenty of tables for 2s, 3s and 4s. Let us know if your household is bigger. As per the Tier 2 restrictions please note you can only sit with members of your own household and it’s table service only (instructions on how to order in the venue).
No dancing (which we’re as sad about as you are) but come down and listen to some tunes from:
RAY “THE THINKING MAN’S SKINHEAD (Wood Street Indoor Market) he brings the heat with a rocksteady beat.
GENERAL ECHOES (residents)
dub to warm up your winter
Early start so doors at 6.30.
If you’re a Trades members you can get 20% off at Yard Sale Pizza and have your dinner at the club.
Please help the trades staff by bringing the correct money for entry:
£1 Trades Hall Members
£3 Guests
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

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