What Would Jesus Do?
Talking point of the summer party calendar WWJD have consistently delivered packed out parties and an electric atmosphere over the past three years. Their impressive roster of resident DJs and live performers return again for the summer season of 2011 to supply the perfect summer soundtrack of upfront house music and balearic classics.
The new concept of daytime parties never seen before in Coventry has taken the city by storm, with word spreading across the Midlands.

A 750 capacity over three rooms and an extensive outdoor terrace makes the award winning Earlsdon Cottage the ideal setting for summer daytime clubbing.

Vocal Booth Weekender
The Vocal Booth as a brand was launched by Andy Ward back in 1999 in Birmingham at the flagship bar owned by The Ministry of Sound. Kicking off on a Thursday night, Andy was joined weekly by some of the world’s biggest DJs on the deep house scene at a time where most club music was of a much harder, commercial nature.
When Andy relocated to Spain with his family, the new home for the Vocal Booth was to be Thursday evenings on a local FM radio station, the Vocal Booth Radio Show was born.
As technology advanced the show began to stream globally on the internet and built up a very strong and loyal fan base around the world with one of the busiest, funniest chat rooms out there. Andy’s connections with some of the biggest names in the scene meant that listeners never knew who would be passing by, with the likes of Dennis Ferrer, Louie Vega & Joey Negro to name but a few regularly joining the fun. The show continues to go from strength to strength on Pressure radio every week with Andy on the mic and is backed up with a two hour music only podcast that goes out every two weeks on SSRadio called “The Vocal Booth Club Sessions”.

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