PREVIEW: The Blue Camel Club at Brighton Corn Exchange

Mitchell Orriss May 25, 2014

Blue Camel Club – a Carousel project – will be hosting a club night on Monday, June 23 at Brighton Corn Exchange.

Blue Camel Club

Picture the scene. A massive dance floor in a beautiful old building in central Brighton. On stage the brilliant dance tunes of The Dancing Rock Queens, TV sensation Daniel Wakeford, melodic vocalist Catherine O’Rorke or the bouncing Unified Rhythm.

On the big screen, Oska Bright films and live VJ’s. Add a pay bar, radio chill-out room and plenty of space to talk to your friends, meet new ones and dance your socks off. That’s the Blue Camel Club, where learning disabled people come to have the best night out.

Tickets are £5 per person, carers £1. Buy on the door or in advance from The Dome Box Office on 01273 709709 or CLICK HERE:

The Blue Camel Club is a Carousel Project, the arts charity that supports learning disabled people to achieve their creative ambitions.

The Carousel organisation was founded in 1982, and promotes active involvement of people with learning disabilities in the arts through various projects such as the Blue Camel Club.

For more details about the Carousel organisation CLICK HERE:

What: The Blue Camel Club

When: Monday, June 23.

Time: 7 – 10pm

Where: Brighton Corn Exchange

Price: £5 per person, carers £1