STOP EVERYTHING. CANCEL ALL PLANS. On Monday 23rd of October there’s a Louis Theroux appreciation party at The Old Fire Station – yeah, seriously.
Propaganda, the UK’s biggest indie club night launched in Bournemouth in September and has filled the fire station with music lovers every Monday since.
With 25,000 attendees worldwide every week, it’s kind of a big deal. From live bands to Disney parties, they really do it all. But personally, I think they’ve just upped their game.
This particular night next Monday is honouring the nation’s favourite documentary filmmaker, Louis Theroux.
With his career beginning in 1998 he has brought us incredible insight into various different ways of life, from heroin addicts to sex workers – with a few feel-good episodes inbetween.
The BAFTA award-winning filmmaker now has a cult-like following with many young women idolising him (or maybe having guilty crushes). And of course we’ve all seen the gem that is ‘No Context Louis’.
With his latest documentary series starting recently with a particularly harrowing episode, we’re going to spend next Monday celebrating his success and general existence, really.
What to expect
The venue will apparently be decorated with everything Louis (what does this even mean?!) and they’ll be giving out Propaganda X Louis t-shirts… Yeah, I’d head down for the freebie as well.
There’ll be tunes from Arctic Monkeys, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Paramore and all the 90’s bangers you can think of.
And obviously it’s at TOFS so expect a cheap night out. Grab a guestlist ticket for £3 by posting on the event page here and of course there will be drink deals.
Get ready to boogie to the best indie tracks whilst surrounded by Theroux fans, what more could you possibly want.
I’m just hoping my favourite bearded documentarian will turn up and crowd surf.