Headstate at Trinity Buoy Wharf, London E14 (0181-853 4444). Tonight and tomorrow night 10pm-till late, pounds 14 (including special club night)/pounds 7.50-pounds 11 discounts
After 10 years, clubbing in Ibiza, just like a package holiday to the Costa del Sol, holds very few surprises.
But do not despair; Peach are at the forefront of a small group of promoters offering more innovative opportunities for clubbing on the continent. After a highly successful excursion to Paris, the next location within their sight is The Netherlands.
"Sinners at Heaven" and "Chemistry at Escape" are the two chosen venues. Peach residents Graham Gold, Dave Lambert and Craig Dimech headline on the decks as London's fabled club scene connects with Amsterdam's celebrated nightlife.
If you want to be at the forefront of a fresh clubbing phenomenon, as opposed to experiencing the death throes of a stale clubbing pilgrimage, pack your clogs, brush up on your Dutch and bring your camera.
You've seen Trainspotting; now Irvine Welsh offers the acid house extravaganza, Headstate. This outrageous offering features butchers, babes, transvestites and a human dog. It's all fused together with reams of sharp humour and large helpings of bangin' hardcore house. After tonight's performance they just keep the tunes coming for a real clubbing experience. Welsh's favourite DJ, Craig Smith, takes charge of the Technics. Performed in a warehouse on mobile scaffolds, it's innovative, energising, compelling and perplexing - enjoy the trip!
EYE FREEBIE Courtesy of Kiss 100FM and Eurostar we are offering a pair of tickets for the above-mentioned Dutch trip to Amsterdam. Two runners-up also win entry to a Peach event in London. All three winning entries will also beg free designer Peach T- shirts. Send postcards with addresses and phone numbers to Alister Morgan/Double Dutch, The Independent, 1 Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London E14 5DL, by 25 JulReuse content