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Darren Emerson To Début At Plan B For House Rules Christmas Party

Tuesday, 23 November 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
Darren Emerson To Début At Plan B For House Rules Christmas Party

House Rules returns with legendary Darren Emerson for its Christmas
special on Saturday 4th December! After the massive sell out November
show that saw Swedish House Mafia protégé AN21 tear Plan B apart the
final House Rules show of 2010 is set to be colossal!

Notoriously renowned as one of the most influential figures in dance
Music the one and only Darren Emerson makes his debut at Plan B,
making a very rare London appearance as part of a packed international
schedule. From his days as part of the generation defining Underworld,
through to Underwater and his new label Detone, Darren’s performance
promises the best in quality upfront house music.

House Rules parties have taken London clubbing to a different level!
And with Plan B’s unconquerable Funktion One sound system this is the
only place to kick start the festive season. Dance your arse off into
December and prepare for the biggest Christmas party of 2010.

David Griffiths
Rob & Dave Marchant
Jon Bills

Plan B
418 Brixton Road
London SW9 7AY

10pm - 6am (at least) / Brixton Tube

£10 Advance
£15 Door / NUS £10

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