After huge sell out events in London and Manchester, Diren embarks on a full UK tour with the Project X House Party, stopping at Glasgow's Old Fruitmarket on Friday 3rd June.
With his unique show bringing together years of working in the fitness industry and working all over the world and being the pioneer of the NEATUP247 movement, a globally recognised passion to get people up and moving, sparking the start of the NeatUp247 Podcast.
Project X House party will be the perfect combination comedy and theatre show engaging with fans and PT’s alike joining in the party atmosphere this show brings with huge crowd participation and getting to know more about Diren Kartal and NeatUp247.
Make sure to join us for a high energy, motivational and fun-filled party with Diren!
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