Local Action has announced its 10th anniversary party, which will take place at London's Corsica Studios on 26th March 2022.
The Streets' Mike Skinner has announced a new four-week residency at London club XOYO, which will see him play each Friday in March.
The latest name to grace the venue's residency programme, the news will go some way to making up for the cancellation of a planned tour by The Streets this year.
AVA London has revealed the full programme for its 2022 conference.
Taking place at South London venue Printworks on 18th March, the team behind Belfast's mighty AVA festival will return to the capital for a day of masterclasses, keynote talks, Q&A sessions and workshops, alongside performances, from some of the biggest names in electronic music.
Secretsundaze have announced a run of parties across London to celebrate the party's 20th anniversary.
Today (20th January) the promoter and label unveiled the first five events of a year-long series dubbed 20 Years of Secretsundaze. Launching at Fabric on 30th January with an all-day-long set, following events will be held at Colour Factory, Venue MOT, Oval Space and multiple Hackney Wick venues, with more to be announced later in the year.
London venue The Drumsheds will shut permanently this month, with the final event set for Saturday 29th January 2022.
Joy Orbison is set to launch a new party in London.
A couple of months on from sharing a new track, 'red velve7,' the DJ and producer has revealed details of Just For You. Launching on Thursday, 20th January, the monthly party will take place at Below Stone Nest, a new bar situated in the basement of performance space Stone Nest on Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho. Entry is free.
SHERELLE has announced a four week residency at London venue Phonox, playing Fridays from 4th February.
A new book of '90s London club photos will be published later this year.
The forthcoming book, While You Were Sleeping 1998-2000, is the latest project from photographer Ewen Spencer, who took photographs for club culture magazine Sleazenation in the '90s. In total, the book compiles 111 images of London's diverse nightlife landscape between 1998 and 2000.