You’re invited to London’s new cultural space DRUMSHEDS to find freedom on the dancefloor at False Idols, a new party curated by Broadwick Live.

A movement with a rebellious manifesto, False Idols is a party taking place in London’s new cultural space DRUMSHEDS – the club inside the former Tottenham IKEA – bringing together a line-up of artists this December.

Debuting on 2 December, music lovers are invited to experience a “journey of musical and spiritual undiscovery” with artists Shygirl, Job Jobse, Saoirse, Jamz Supernova, Josh Caffé, Jodie Harsh, Paranoid London and more.

Set across three unique spaces –  X Room, Y Room, Z Room –  Broadwick Live and Little Gay Brother have called False Idols “a shared and safe space for London’s party people”, with a dancefloor that “is open to all”.

Little Gay Brother’s Clayton Wright said: “We envision False Idols as a place where we, all tribes, people, and ravers can come together and enjoy music no matter their sexuality and gender.

“Of course, there is queer programming at its heart, but we are open to everybody, as long as you are open to everybody. This is a new cult for the brave, bold, and beautiful souls that what to revel in the love and joy that dance music is meant to herald.”

Ticket prices start from  £29.50 and are available to buy now