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January 20, 2011 by Kay

Silently Revolting presents…


Friday 21st January


Ground Floor Left, Tudor Grove, Hackney, E9 7QL

It’s 1929. The Era of Good Feelings is well and truly over and Black Tuesday’s wrath has brought panic to streets of London.

The Great Depression has begun…

Beat the blues at the cheapest party in London. Enter a world of surreal stock-brokers, broken bankers and gamble on a good time in a live fluctuating stock market. If that’s not enough to bump you out of your bad mood, why not bribe Freud to fund your prescription addiction to take you through the final hours of the most depressing day of the year.

Make the most of the plummeting value of all things and join a revolting economy where your consumption determines the value of everybody’s night. The more people involved, the quicker the prices drop and everybody profits.

Purchase your currency in advance and collect at The Bureau de Change on arrival. Please note that you are purchasing currency to spend in the space and this is not an entry fee.

Join The Revolted for a knees up and get ready for some stock market madness.