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Clubs: Ben bringing 'wow' factor to Londonderry

Ben Pearce The River Inn Cellar, Londonderry, Tomorrow, 10pm

By Andrea McVeigh

Published 20/05/2016

Ben Pearce
Ben Pearce

Although he's had mainstream dance charts hits, Ben Pearce is known as an ever evolving underground DJ through and through. With a vast breadth of musical knowledge the quality and 'wow' factor is always high.

His classic disco sets are much loved, especially by the legendary disco producer Giorgio Moroder, who asked Ben to play a special set at the launch party for his new album at Shoreditch House. Also on the bill will be Confute, aka DJ Gary Curran.

For details, visit

DJ Brian Moore,

Anchor complex, Portrush,

Tonight, 9pm

After the annual NW200 week, events at The Anchor get back to normal with DJ Brian Moore returning to the Anchorage bar tonight. Expect floor-filling classics and party anthems from this veteran DJ who knows how to work a crowd. There'll also be a live band in the Anchor Bar.

For details, visit


Thompson's Garage, Belfast,

Tomorrow, 9pm

Their productions have been championed by a host of leading tastemakers including Pete Tong, Carl Cox, Annie Mac and Groove Armada, and now house duo Camelphat are bringing their silky-smooth sounds to Belfast.

The pair have performed at some of the biggest clubs, including Ministry and Amnesia. Support comes from residents Steve Boyd and Ryan Dornan.

For details, visit Facebook: Thompsons Garage.

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