Radio 1 Breakfast Show presenter Nick Grimshaw will launch a new club night.
The 28-year-old known as Grimmy – who took over the morning slot from Chris Moyles in September – will play a DJ set at Propaganda at Maidstone’s Wonderland nightclub in the Lockmeadow complex.
Propaganda is an indie night which already has bases in 22 cities across the UK and Ireland, as well as Ibiza, Melbourne and Sydney.
Catch Grimmy on Friday, November 23.
The following week, former Gavin & Stacey actor Mathew Horne plays a DJ set.
Admission £5 before 11.30pm.
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