Doors open: 6.50pm (bar and reception open all day for drinks/coffee and snacks)

CLASS: 7pm - 8pm by Andrea Stewart & guests

PARTY: 8pm - 12am with live conga throughout

SHOWS @ 10.30pm

ENTRY: £10 till 8pm, £13 after

The London Irish Centre,
50-52 Camden Square,
London, NW1 9XB

Camden Town underground (Northern Line) – 10-12 min walk | 0.6 miles

Camden Road overground– 5 min walk | 0.3 miles

Buses to Murray Street bus stop: 29 (West End) and 253 (Euston) – 0.1 miles

Plenty of free street parking around Camden Square (after 6.30pm & on weekends)


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SUGAR returns in November with fine Parisian talent that needs no introduction - Dj Willy the Viper, top on his game and on the decks, he will grace the SUGAR decks alongside the sweet talent of DJ Gilberto, a name established in the London Latin scene! An end-of-year treat that will be full of flavour and sweetness!

Excellent salsa and bachata for dancers with an electric but relaxed atmosphere, promising to keep music sweet, addictive, but good for you!
With live percussion throughout the night for an added punch, it will be a sweet treat of a night with premium salsa & bachata :-)


The music behind our DJs:


Acing the turntables since his 1997 gig at the Montecristo Café, Willy aka "The Viper," is now one of the time-tested master DJs of the city of Light, Paris. House DJ in several of Paris's hottest clubs, (formerly Barrio Latino, Balajo, The Djoon Club, O'Sullivans and Les Etoiles), Willy also sets the beat for several other parties and congresses in France and around the world.

A founding member of the Parisian salsa collective Papas DJs, he became later on, one perfectly-balanced half of the Dance Angels team.

Now Willy the Viper is following and extending his musical path of sharing good vibes like a lonesome beloved renagade.

Music wise, despite the fact that he's regularly booked to events dedicated to 'on-line dancers' or crossbody leaders, Viper enjoys spinning all type of styles for the dancers, from mambo, cha cha cha, guaguanco, son montuno, salsa clasica or dura to romantica, even cuban, or due to his caribbean background, bachata, zouk, kompa and kizomba-semba, the whole choice depending on the crowd and its taste.

'There are more bad djs making the wrong choices than bad music' should be one of his guidelines.