MonuMENTAL Soul news
Dearest groovy MENTAL Soul people As we prepare for our 4th year of MENTALness we are proud to announce our esteemed guest DJs for 2007. We have listened to your feedback and recommendations and think we have secured a great mix of old friends and new (to MonuMENTAL) faces.
We are sure you will approve. Please make a note of the following dates in your diaries:
February 24th - with Stevie C
March 31st - with Chris Brown
May 26th - with Sean Hampsey
June 30th - with Bob Cosby
August 25th - with Dave Thorley
September 29th - with Jordi Ripolles
October 27th - with Terry Jones
November 24th - with Bully & Tats Taylor
December 31st - SPECIAL EVENT Niki's 40th Birthday Party
The next MonuMENTAL Soul takes place in just under three weeks time on February 24th and it's our 3rd ANNIVERSARY PARTY. It will also be Dave Blow's birthday that night and our special guest is long time MENTAL and A NEW CHAPTER associate Mr. Steve "Stevie Cee" Cole. We think this is Stevie's 3rd guest appearance at MENTAL which currently ties with Terry Jones as our most asked back guest!! Well we think that's an accolade anyway. Also, Neil "Nelly" Forbes will be standing in for me, Niki, on account of me being 8 months pregnant and too large to fit behind the turntables! I'll be back in May or June or as soon as I'm able after the baby is born. We will be updating our website www.monumentalsoul.co.uk with photos from New Year's Eve 2006 in the next few days. If anyone has any pics you think should be shared with the world please do mail them to us.
Please pop by the website and drop us a line.
Niki, Girth, Mole & Nelly
Monumental Soul @ The Britannia
20 Monument Street
London's premier Modern Soul & Crossover night Doors: 8.30pm to 2am Tax: seven quid
The Britannia is by The Monument - just a 30 second stroll down the hill from Monument Tube station (District & Circle Lines, and foot tunnel to Northern & Central Lines), walking distance to Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street, London Bridge (just over the river) and Liverpool Street Rail stations.
If you're coming by car, Monument Street is just off King William St/London Bridge and Lower Thames Street. There is plenty of free street parking close to the venue.
**PARKING UPDATE - the road immediately outside the Britannia, around the base of The Monument, has now been made into a pedestrian zone. Access into Monument Street via Lower Thames Street has also been blocked.
To access parking in Monument Street you must now enter via Eastcheap then down Pudding Lane or Botolph Lane. See http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=EC3R+8AJ&ie=UTF8&z=17&ll=51.510285,-0.086432&spn=0.002798,0.010729&om=1.
Parking in the area is free on Saturday nights on single yellow lines or in meter bays. Don't park on double yellow lines or red lines or your car might not be there when you go back!**