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Get Into the Ibiza Vibe: Be Crazy! Lands in London


Be Crazy! is Jean Claude Ades’ new club concept brought from the quintessential clubbing island of Ibiza right to London. Featuring Art Department, Jean Claude Ades, Neverdogs, Sara Simonit, Veronika Fleyta and DJ WHO, they will be performing a series of ‘pop up’ events launching with Art Department on 4th February at the iconic Bloomsbury Ballroom, in association with The London Cabaret Club.

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London’s freezing winter weather is the time to remember sunnier climates and exotic gateways. Now Jean Claude Ades and his Be Crazy! nights will warm us up with a little taste of their renowned Ibiza party style. A permanent feature over the last five years in this famous Balearic island, international DJ, producer and record label owner Jean Claude Ades (one of the most exciting artists to emerge from Ibiza in the last few years, playing regularly at Pacha, Blue Marlin Ibiza & Lio), is going to get Londoners with the Ibiza vibe through a special event that includes dinner, an innovative cabaret and six DJs playing deep, sexy, soulful electronic music on two dance floors.

Joining Jean Claude is Canadian DJ Jonny White, aka Art Department, known for his residency of DC1 Ibiza and Berlin’s Panorama Bar, two of the most revered clubs in the world. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear him playing his unique blend of Techno, Electronica and House. Veronika Fleyta, a regular feature at Blue Marlin Ibiza, will be complementing the line up in the main room. As an alternative, The Cabaret’s Club Room will be presented by Gai Sai featuring the Italian DJ duo Neverdogs, Sara Simonit and Parisian DJ WHO.


Get ready to Be Crazy! moving and shaking till dawn to a soundtrack of beautiful melodic techno and uplifting deep house. Don’t miss this new conceptual Ibiza night show created by Jean Claude Ades and brought to London especially for you. Buy your tickets here.

Be Crazy!
4th February 2017
9pm – 5am

The London Cabaret Club
Victoria House
Bloomsbury Square

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