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The Right Touch was a club night featuring James Lavelle which ran on Wednesdays in 1993 at The Cape of Good Hope. The flyer was designed by Swfity, and inspired by Saul Bass. It's unclear where The Cape of Good Hope is, but it was likely at a pub of that name on Iffley Road, The Plain, Oxford, Oxfordshire.
 
The Right Touch was a club night featuring James Lavelle which ran on Wednesdays in 1993 at The Cape of Good Hope. The flyer was designed by Swfity, and inspired by Saul Bass. It's unclear where The Cape of Good Hope is, but it was likely at a pub of that name on Iffley Road, The Plain, Oxford, Oxfordshire.
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Latest revision as of 22:40, 10 January 2020

No Half Steppin'
Status Defunct
Begins 1993
Frequency Weekly
Venue The Cape of Good Hope
Country England

The Right Touch was a club night featuring James Lavelle which ran on Wednesdays in 1993 at The Cape of Good Hope. The flyer was designed by Swfity, and inspired by Saul Bass. It's unclear where The Cape of Good Hope is, but it was likely at a pub of that name on Iffley Road, The Plain, Oxford, Oxfordshire.

A woollen rug was later created based on the flyer's design.[1][2][3]

Images

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