This new experience from the creators behind Hip Hop Brunch and So Fresh So Clean will bring hip hop essence to Clapham this February. 

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This new live experience combines immersive activities, surprise performances alongside dedicated ringmasters and a Jumanji style atmosphere as well as confetti cannons, glitter and a rumpus of hip-hop beats.

Launching on the 2nd February at South London’s Fu Manchu, Hip Hop Zoo will take place on a weekly basis.

The evening will see a ringmaster leading the evening’s procession at Hip Hop Zoo, entertaining guests throughout taking them on a jungle journey from start to finish. Dancers will wow the crowd, dressed head to toe in animal prints and body paint with giant animal heads alongside secret guest performances from headline DJs and acts.

This new experience has been created by Hip Hop Brunch and Fresh So Clean. Hip Hop Brunch  won The London Club & Bar Awards 2016 and 2017, having combined  a three-course lunch, bottomless cocktails, hip hop karaoke and surprise performances.

Meanwhile, So Fresh So Clean have been supporting Hip-Hop royalty such as Jazzy Jeff, Pete Rock, Chris Brown, French Montana, Whizz Khalifa, Young Thug, Rae Sremmurd. Having curated shows in New York, France and Croatia.

Chad Joseph, Brand Manager of Hip Hop Brunch says “We can’t wait to start a completely new experience in London, imagine hip hop classics rumbling through the speakers while a procession of animals, ringmasters and confetti surround the dancing crowd. Fancy dress is highly encouraged for our most unique event to date. We’ll have something special in store for every show!”

For more  information visit: http://fumanchu.co.uk/event/hip-hop-zoo/2018-02-02/. Meanwhile, to book tickets visit: https://www.designmynight.com/london/restaurants/clapham/fu-manchu-bar/hip-hop-zoo-launch-party?t=tickets

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