Eclectic ballroom and Charters Bar presents: The allergies & Madame Electrifie

November 4th 2022 – Doors open 10pm till 3am

Tickets available on Eventbrite only PRESS HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS  £10, Any remaining tickets will be made available on the door £15 each.

Disclaimer:  This event was moved from February 2022 to its current date November 4th 2022, all tickets sold for February 2022 event are VALID for the November 4th.


On November 4th 2022 Eclectic Ballroom (Jim Norton & Zed Malik ), return to Charters for their last party of 2022, following on from the sell out event with Don Letts in May 2022 .

Joining the Eclectic Ballroom on the follow up event are The Allergies and the formidable Madame Electrifie, expect a night of breaks, funk, disco, house and jazz infused grooves through out the night.

Supported by two Peterborough legends Pat Unwin (Dig Deep, Beats on The Barge), Mark Goodliff aka Mr Clubman (Attic, Shock Viva La Rock)

Jim Norton & Zed Malik, Eclectic Ballroom ( Glastonbury, Big Chill Festival, Eclectic Picnic)

“The Allergies are neck deep in the world of scratchy samples…This is truly funk and soul for the 21st century!” – Craig Charles, BBC 6 Music.

Since forming in 2012 The Allergies have made it their mission to reshape funky vintage sounds for the modern dancefloor.

DJ Moneyshot & Rackabeat

Have had a whirlwind 2022 seeing the guys play every major festival across the country, mesmerising the crowds with their mad skills on the turntables, championed by some of the biggest names in the game. The guys have been releasing music on Jalapeno Records since 2015, highly popular Podcast ( links below ) and countless Album/Tune of month in Mixmag and various BBC shows.

“We like breaks, funky basslines, horns, and dancefloor grooves. We’re inspired by the golden eras of funk, soul, disco and hip-hop, and we try and cram that into three and a half minutes”.

Madame Electrifie is the alter ego of breaks/electro/techno DJ Little Jo.

Jo has amassed some 18 years on the decks, playing some of the UK’s leading venues across the years. She first cut her teeth at leading UK venues Ministry of Sound, The Cross and Turnmills, and graced many of the leading London warehouse parties in her early career.

Madame Electrifie has gone onto Supporting some of the biggest names in the game The Stanton Warriors, Jon Carter, Elite Force, A Skillz, Craig Charles, Annie Nightingale, Rob Da Bank, Krafty Kuts, the Freestylers and a whole host of bands. A festival favourite thanks to her eclectic taste