Carnivale

East London has for long been a solace for artists, musicians, creatives and the bagel eating homeless people. Changing from slums, to the ‘trendy’ end of London, Shoreditch became a buzz word for “wow, you must be cool”. In recent times, this same area has changed and become a shadow of its former self, losing its true identity, similar to the inhabitants of this now cache postcode.

The Lost Boys presents: KTS Project is a return to all that is good about a night out and the true essence of Shoreditch. Combining a party atmosphere that will provide zero pretense and just a whole host of giggles, KTS Project will mix music, art and the unexpected, all under one roof. Set in the quaint drinking hole of Carnivale, Shoreditch, with some of East London’s finest toilets (a necessity) – the premise is simple:

“if you never smile in our party, we are doing something wrong.”

With specially commissioned artwork projected on the walls, skilled turntable trickery and some excitable hosts, the music would normally play second fiddle, but the eclectic tune selectors will make sure all the best genres of music are covered; because in this day and age no one wants to nod to one type of music all night, and if you do – you shouldn’t come to KTS Project.

KTS Project is on Friday 20th May from 8pm – 2am at Carnivale, London, E1 7QR. Free Entry. For priority guest list and further information see here

Playing on the night will be:

(New Form DJs):
Tom Jules (Professor Green live band)
Rob Kent
Messa
Danmial
DJ Foxx (she is a looker!)

And introducing a world first –
United Colours of Benetton (Andrew Soar & Michael Travers) – not that I am biased but this is the stuff you need to see!

Outside Carnivale

The toilets at Carnivale are some of the best