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TOWIE stars could be in Ipswich to see Peter Andre’s brother Michael DJ at Bowmans

PUBLISHED: 14:04 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 14:04 17 February 2017

Michael Andre is at Bowmans this weekend

Michael Andre is at Bowmans this weekend


Peter Andre’s DJ brother has a massive following, especially in Essex; so don’t be surprised if you see some familar faces from TV’s The Only Way Is Essex supporting him at his gig at Bowmans on Saturday night.

DJ Michael Andre, brother of Peter Andre, performing a set at Bowmans Club, IpswichDJ Michael Andre, brother of Peter Andre, performing a set at Bowmans Club, Ipswich

Running from 9pm-late, the DJ has a massive following, especially in Essex; so don’t be surprised if you see some familar faces from TV’s The Only Way Is Essex supporting him at this gig.

Michael has assembled a set boasting nods to his plethora of musical tastes and personal influences that will both conceptually and sonically push the boundaries. The line-up represents the best of UK producers, current anthems, club classics and future house.

He holds residencies in some of the UK’s most famous venues including The Sugarhut from TOWIE. He’s also producing with his music partners SMB and Andy MacDougall on what’s turning out to be a massive collection of Club Remixes and future anthems.

Andrew will be be accompanied by DJ Chil playing the best in UK garage, house and R‘n’B.

Peter Andre. Photo: Ian West/PA Photos.Peter Andre. Photo: Ian West/PA Photos.

Early bird tickets are just £3, with entry on the night £4.

The event marks the launch of the night club part of Bowmans. There’s a new events team in place who are working on a series of more DJ appearances, music acts and meets and greets.

“It’s a very exciting time for Bowmans Club, Michael’s set will get the club off to a fantastic start. See and for the latest announcements on future appearances. We look forward to putting our name on the map”, says Michael Harvey, events manager for Bowmans, who has worked in clubs across Ipswich, Norwich and Colchester.

Bowmans has also teamed up with Ipswich-based promotions company Missile Sounds. Their first event with the club is March 4. Called Vibrant, it will include DJs and a special act.


  • Pure unadulterated ADVERT ... laced with "could" to draw in the GULLIBLE. Has our local rag really come this LOW? Answer = YES they have.

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    Friday, February 17, 2017

  • I've heard Michael (I wish I was my Brother) Andre, Play locally before. I think its fair to say that his siblings name helps his "fanbase".

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    Thursday, February 16, 2017

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