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Birthday Discoux @Cowley celebrating 15th anniversary
Sat 27th January, 2018 @ 19:00 - Sun 28th January, 2018 @ 02:00
OMG OMG OMG OMG…. TIME FLIES…
Yes…it’s has been 15 years…
15 years sice Cowley Club first opened its door to th ecommunity….
So many years of so many wild parties, amazing gigs, inspiring talks,meetings and screenings, so many cakes eaten, so many cakes dropped….
So many great and commited volunteers …so many important local compaigns that made these 15 years so special…
It’s time to celebrate…its time to get together…it’s time to dance our revolution…
A very special party is to be had…all volunteers, members and guests more than welcome to join us… for a birthday tea or a pint or a crazy dance off.
What with SlutDisko in semi-retirement after years of inspiring, hot dance-floor parties,
we will try and pay homage and re-capture a little of those legendary Saturday night atmospheres once again.
that very special Saturday 27th January 2018
… Birthday Discoux …. the community&DIYethos in action + wild dancing
v / 7pm-2am / Donations.
Irresistible Music. Unpredictable Themes. Joyful Coordination: Cowley Club Spirit.
THE Usual and unusual DJs
‘No Bias Disko Heat In Every Direction’
Vegan venue since 2003. Run entirely by volunteers.
Safer Spaces policy in place. We want this place to be open and welcoming , and encourage atmosphere of mutual respect and exclusivity therefore Racism *Sexism *Homophobia *Transphobia won’t be tolerated.
Its your club too so please be kind to other members and the volunteers.
Safer Spaces Policy
The following behaviours will not be tolerated in the Club: *Sexual assault, sexual harassment and unwanted touching *Physical violence (except in self defence) *Verbal harassment and threats
If you experience or witness behaviours that you feel contravene the Safer Spaces Policy, tell a volunteer on shift or someone you can trust, or if you feel able to, approach the person directly to talk about their behaviour. It is reasonable to ask people to leave the Cowley Club premises in certain circumstances – and the power to make this decision rests with the volunteers on shift.