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Addictive TV at National Theatre

After recently rocking Glastonbury's Dance Village, Addictive TV are now set to project on the massive 25 metre flytower at the National Theatre. Last year, the London Evening Standard chose the event as one of it's Top 5 gigs to see that weekend and Time Out in their preview said "make sure you get there before 10pm, because their show really does stop traffic!"

Described so eloquently as 'next level shit' by Grandmaster Flash, when they supported the great man in San Francisco, Addictive TV are certainly that. Trail-blazers in the art of audio/video remixing, the last four years have seen Addictive TV twice crowned #1 VJs in the World by the readers of DJ Magazine, and twice placed second. Praised by the likes of Jeff Mills, Stereo MC's and film-maker Peter Greenaway, Addictive TV are a total audiovisual experience driven by their fast-paced movie remixes and video mash-ups.

Playing festivals and clubs all over the planet, from Japan to Brazil, Sweden to Saudi Arabia, the dynamic duo have blown away audiences in over 40 countries now. On numerous main stages, they've supported the likes the Chemical Brothers, Goldfrapp, Grandmaster Flash and former Kraftwerk star Karl Bartos, even Moby described them as 'a tough act to follow' when they supported him at the opening event of SXSW 2008 in Austin, Texas - where, reviewing their set, US music magazine Paste said "Addictive TV completely blew my mind! ...a compelling pop culture audio/visual avalanche!"

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National Theatre
South Bank, London, SE1 9PX
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Box office: 020 7452 3000


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