Promoter/ Night: Disco Shed
Date: Saturday 30th May 2009
Times: 9pm-3am
Door Tax: £3 before 11pm or £5 after
Venue: The Westbury, 34 Kilburn High Rd, London NW6 5UA
Tube/rail: Kilburn Park/ Kilburn High Road

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Performing live out of an actual shed has become a celebrated Saturday night out at the Westbury. The Disco Shed presents shedliners Fat Camp, the oddly shaped lovechild of Bill Brewster (Fabric) and Paul Noble (Sancho Panza), who will be re-editing old disco, funk and rock records live before our very eyes. Bill might be renowned for his Fabric sets or even for writing the seminal Last Night A DJ Saved My Life in England, but this legendary character is better known ‘Stateside for cutting his teeth playing the Low Life warehouse parties in Harlem and the East Village back in the day in NYC.

Count Skylarkin’ backsup the mashups alongside the shed’s resident Arthur Fowler, DJ BarryDark and Head of Shed, Peepshow Paddy.

This is the Disco Shed’s flagship party as it hurtles towards its natural home of summer festivaldom, and will be transforming the concept of what a DJ booth can, and in the name of fun, should be. Hanging baskets, disco balls, Bridget Fonda workout videos and Des O’Connor album covers are all scheduled to appear.

The mobile disco shed is best known for kitschly pummelling festivals with its party soundsystem, from the bigger (Reading) to the middler (Big Chill) to the tiddler (Latitude). The shed’s collection of gnomes are blooming excited about coming to London. They’ve never met the queen before, you see.