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Soulgigs: Love and Basketball screening (Hackney) plus After Party (JGP)
Fri, 17 Feb 2017, 19:00 – Sat, 18 Feb 2017, 01:00 GMT
Tickets released 00.00 17th of October 2016
Just got paid is a monthly event laid on by Soulgigs for, colleagues, guests and associates. They mostly share a similar mid month pay day and enjoy the opportunity to socialise in a friendly and professional environment after work.
This event will screen the film Love and Basketball within the Attic Bar of the Hackney Picture House, which is where the After Party also takes place. Monica (Sanaa Lathan) and Quincy (Omar Epps) are two childhood friends who both aspire to be professional basketball players. Quincy, whose father, Zeke (Dennis Haysbert), plays for the Los Angeles Clippers, is a natural talent and a born leader. Monica is ferociously competitive but sometimes becomes overly emotional on the court. Over the years, the two begin to fall for each other, but their separate paths to basketball stardom threaten to pull them apart
Straight after expect musical genres to include RnB, Hip Hop, Reggae, House, Classic Soul, Club Classics, Soca, Afro Beats and Jungle. Guests are typically over 30 and the selection of music will reflect the experience of the mature and sophisticated crowd.
Resident DJs Simon P, Nico T, Roly & Smuggler T will keep you well entertained.
Doors 19.00pm (seats unreserved)
Film 20.00pm (sharp!)
Last orders 12.30am
Lights up 12.50am
Tickets explained + terms and conditions
You do not have to get two sets of tickets!
If you would like to go to the film and Just got paid simply select the ticket which does both.
Love and Basketball - earlybirds £6.00 + b/f, £8.00+ b/f and £10.00 + b/f thereafter.
After Party only - Access from 10.00pm ( limited) free tickets which are valid before 10.30pm ). £5.00 after 10.30pm with ticket.
More on the Door. - Subject to availabity £15.00 for film incl JGP or £7.00 for Just Got Paid only.
Enquiries call Simon on 07825 588 867
No tracksuits or shorts
- Promoter reserves the right to refuse entry