Events Walthamstow

‘Massive’ surprise headliner set to perform at Walthamstow charity club night

Stow-Ho House will return on Thursday 18th July at the Walthamstow Trades Hall from 7pm to 1am, writes Rana Rastegari

Stow-Ho House will be hosting a charity event at Walthamstow Trades Hall on Thursday 18th July with a surprise headliner to be announced on the day.

The event will take over Trades Hall from 7pm to 1am on the 18th and feature Stevo, Neil Collins, Trafford and Samuel Potts in the line-up. 

Previously, Stow-Ho House has hosted Fatboy Slim as a headliner as well as James Ford who has produced for The Arctic Monkeys, Blur, Depeche Mode and Florence and the Machine. All proceeds from the event will go to Success Charity. 

Success Charity is focused on supporting and empowering survivors of brain tumours diagnosed at a young age and their families. Samuel Potts, co-founder of Stow-Ho House, stated “It’s a charity that is not often talked about and feels very underserved”.

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Tickets for the event sold out in less than ten minutes, a record time for the event. Potts told the Echo that “the reputation of the night has spread outside of Walthamstow”. 

The event series is a play on the private members club Soho House, and Potts stated that his co-founder, Juliette “felt helpless about the burgeoning cost of living crisis so starting Stow-Ho House was a way of giving back”. 

Fatboy Slim (right) headlined the first iteration of Stow-Ho House in September last year

This will mark their fourth event and promises to be an exciting night for attendees. As Potts noted: “We always try and change the feel and look of the venue every time. This headliner is different, you can expect a different, lets say ‘ravier’ event.”

Tickets are sold out

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