Located in Canada Water, within the former printing facility for Metro and Evening Standard newspapers, the multipurpose space, the programmers describe as ‘Bladerunner on acid’, is set in a 16-acre site – big enough to fit 20 Fabrics and three times the capacity of Berlin’s Berghain!
Infectious grooves will pound through the soundproof press halls with William Kowan Djoko’s trans-Atlantic house blend warming things up. Some old machinery in situ adds to the industrial vibe, while the latest sound systems and laser technology will take ravers on a journey of surreal sounds and energy.
With the now successful battle to save Fabric nightclub, the opening of this experimental space means London’s nightlife is making a huge comeback.
Doors will open at 12pm–10.30pm, where all-dayers can take advantage of Canada Water station’s tube a short walk away (bonus!).
See you on the dance floor?