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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

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The Peddler Warehouse has got something new and exciting lined up for this Tramlines weekend, bringing impeccable DJ talent to the venue for two dance-heavy nights.

The original 'queer party for everyone', the disco revival geniuses behind Horse Meat Disco are heading up from London to bring a glittering set to the Peddler Warehouse on the Sunday. Expect classics, Italo disco, house, oddities, Afro and punk funk – all supported by Raw Silk, Winston Hazel and Dan J.

For chance to win a pair of tickets to Horse Meat Disco's Tramlines Fringe night at the Peddler Warehouse, answer this question:

In which London LGBTQ club do Horse Meat Disco usually hold their nights?

Email your answer to by 11pm on Sunday 14th July for a chance to win. The winner will be notified on Monday 15th July. Good luck!

Don't miss Gilles Peterson's Tramlines Fringe event in the Peddler Warehouse on the Saturday night either.

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