Strangest Things 80s Club Night

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  • Tue, 5.12.17 @ 23.00 Age: 18+
  • £5.00
Strangest Things 80s Club Night

'Strangest Things' is the '80s themed immersive clubnight influenced by the Netflix TV series, Stranger Things!Soundtracked strictly by vinyl records featured in and inspired by the show.

Following last year's sold out UK Tour - Strangest Things returns!
We will be taking over one of Sheffield's best venues, The Leadmill - on Tuesday 5th December, to take you to the upside down, with new twists and surprises!

We have delved deep into Jonathan Byers' record collection and will be playing vinyl records featured in and inspired by Stranger Things - "all the best stuff... Joy Division, Bowie, Television, The Smiths. It could totally change your life."

Expect to hear all of the tracks from the show by The Clash, Toto, Joy Division, Foreigner, Modern English, Corey Hart, The Bangles and Jefferson Airplane - plus the likes of The Smiths, The Cure, David Bowie, New Order, Talking Heads, A Flock Of Seagulls, Depeche Mode, Television, Soft Cell, Blondie, The Undertones, The Psychedelic Furs, The Human League, Iggy Pop, The Specials, Billy Idol, The Jam & many more.

We're taking you to the upside down, so make sure to look the part!
Demogorgons, Barbs, Dustins, Elevens & Papa's... but we also encourage all looks from the era, so think: perms, mullets, neon, leg warmers, lycra. You get the idea!

“This Stranger Things themed club night is touring the UK and it looks incredible! The club night titled Strangest Things, is set to tour the UK and is even endorsed by Lucas and Dustin themselves!” - METRO

“Strangest Things is the club night bringing Netflix's retro series to life.” - The Guardian

“One of the best shindigs dedicated to our supernatural Netflix addiction.” - Time Out, London

“A club night to feed your inner nerd! A night inspired by the cult Netflix show Stranger Things, with a soundtrack of ’80s bangers, a shrine to Barb and miles of fairy lights.” - NME

"Strangest Things is currently sweeping across the UK, and from the looks of the many, many Instagram posts about it, it's going down an absolute storm.” - Yahoo!