On Stage

TK Maxx presents The Comedy Arena

Saturday

Continuing to celebrate their 20th anniversary year, the UK’s most famous, shameless pop club returns to Latitude. Before Abba became cool (again), before DJ’s played Queen in clubs (without irony) & before Toto’s ‘Africa’ notched up over a BILLION streams – there was the Guilty Pleasures club night.

GP was conceived in 2004 by DJ, radio & TV presenter, Sean Rowley, reclaiming songs that had been swept under the carpet of cool.

The Guilty Pleasures club night quickly became a phenomenon across the UK, and saw them headlining festival stages worldwide. They opened for pop legends Take That and Elton John, were the first act to play the new Wembley Stadium as support to George Michael.
The appetite for Guilty Pleasures is as fervent and shameless as ever. Back in February of this year, they returned to KOKO for their first Daytime Disco, which sold out a month in advance.