The Correspondents added to Arts Club line-up

The Correspondents Our toes are already tapping in joyous expectation of bacchanalian revelry as we announce the latest addition to the already sizzling Arts Club line-up.

The Correspondents whipped the first ever Arts Club crowd into a delirious frenzy with their phenomenal live set. DJ Chuckles and Mr Bruce had the warehouse shuddering with their 21st century revamps of the Big Band sound of the 20s and 30s. And we're thrilled to welcome them back to administer more aural ecstasy.

The Correspondents have played Glastonbury, Bestival, Secret Garden Party, Shambala and many more festivals, nightspots and general hangouts. Check out their tunes right here.

The Correspondents join a bill already boasting riches including the world premiere of nabokov's new stand-up tragedy Is Everyone Ok?, thrilling blissed out hip hop maestros Sound of Rum, verbal jousters Chris Hicks and Ross Sutherland from Aisle16 and our turntable wizard house DJs. Plus food and unbeatable drinks prices and dancing and general palava.

And you can be sure we've got a bit more up our sleeves too. So stay tuned.

But if you haven't already, don't wait a second longer to book your pass to the greatest artistic happening anywhere in the world, ever. You've already missed our Early Bird £10 tickets. Those worms have been caught. But tickets remain an absolute steal at £15 when you book securely online here.

You'd normally have to pay £15 to see any of the acts individually, and another tenner to get into a club, so snap up the chance to see the whole caboodle and dance the night away for the price of three large doner kebabs.

If you wait to buy tickets on the door, they'll be £20, and we can't guarantee there will even be any left. So go, go, go.

We can't wait to see you there. Only 11 more sleeps to go!