Guilty Pleasures: Assembly festival club night aims to please

Two and a half hours of guilt-free pop, every night of the festival

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This article is from 2010.

Guilty Pleasures: Assembly festival club night aims to please

A spanking brand new Assembly venture for this year with DJs, dancers and special guests floating in for two and a half hours of guilty fun each night. Straight-up pop is promised for those not wholly ashamed of their Hall & Oates and Toto collections.

Princes Street Gardens, Princes Street, 0131 623 3030, 5–28 Aug (not 9–11, 16–18, 23–25), 11.30pm, £10. Preview 4 Aug, £5.

This article is from 2010.

Guilty Pleasures

'Guilty Pleasures' is an unashamedly glorious all-singing, all-dancing celebration of pop music. In five short years it has become one of the biggest events and movements of the music scene. The music is straight-up pop, which for years was shamefully hidden away in the record collections of people afraid to admit their…

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