London’s Printworks announces final season programme with over 40 shows

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London’s Print-works has announced dates and programme for its final season running from February to May 2023.

The team reveal their strongest season to date running across Spring / Summer 2023, delivering a mix of parties from Hospitality, Defected, and DnB Allstars to new Printworks additions and breakout brands and experimental artists such as queer celebration Body Movements, Soweto Kinch, Helena Starr and Aurora Orchestra.

This finalé season welcomes back a solid selection of those including La Discothéque, featuring Derrick Carter, Jayda G, Erol Alkan, Mix-Stress – Belfast born AVA Festival will once again take over the impressive space with a weighty line-up boasting Max Cooper, Mall Grab, Courtesy, and more – plus homegrown Irish talent and an industry conference (details TBA.) Enzo Siragusa’s long-standing FUSE brand returns, plus globally revered crews including classic house label Defected, Glitterbox, ANTS, Sulta Selects and more.

On top of all this, there’ll be experimental live / classical shows from Aurora Orchestra and Southbank Centre, and the London Symphony Orchestra, working with artist Soweto Kinch to present White Juju – a show inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement exploring themes of politics and racial discrimination.

Printworks’ final season also includes an Easter takeover from The Hydra. For their venue swansong, they have invited five iconic institutions who have shaped different underground movements, playing a pivotal role in club culture history. These include fabric, FWD>>, Plastic People, Tresor and That’s How It Is! Representing what each institution stands for, the line ups will feature talent old and new to recreate their ethos.

Presale tickets for Printworks’ Spring-Summer 2023 season go on sale 30th November and will be available here. General tickets go on sale Thursday 1st December at 11AM here.

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