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Venue Review - Queen of Hoxton, Shoreditch (Halloween Weekend)

I’ll start off by saying this definitely one of the most go-to places in London. It’s notable as it’s got three different areas within one – a basement dance ‘club’ area, a main/standard bar area and it’s famous Rooftop! 663 more words

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Venue Review - Gem Bar, Carnaby Street

Now here’s a place that I’ve been too COUNTLESS times over the years on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays – for good reason! On Carnaby Street/Beak Street, in between Oxford Circus and Piccadilly Circus, it’s an ideal spot for anyone looking for a late-night post-dinner drinks/dancing venue to go to, no matter where you are in or around Central London. 453 more words

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Venue Review - Village Underground, Shoreditch

Sometimes certain places just need to have a simple setup. Just a decent-sized dancefloor, good lighting, great sound, a not-too-busy Bar area (and of course toilets!). 615 more words

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Venue Review - XOYO, London

I’ve been lucky enough to come here twice over the past few months and previously several years back – I’d come a few weeks ago to watch an Orchestra re-create some of Daft Punk’s Greatest Hits as well as the following week to watch. 528 more words

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Bar Review (Two Plumbers)

Hello everyone! Its been a while since my last post so I decided to put up my first bar review. I am definitely going to be gravitating towards brewery bars on this site because I am fortunate enough to live in an area that has a lot of breweries. 1,122 more words

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Venue Review - Notting Hill Arts Club, Notting Hill Gate

I’ve been here several times over the years, this past week I was there on a Saturday for a Disco Fever night (with some incredible… 347 more words

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Venue Review - The Roxy, Rathbone Place

So a bit of a disclaimer – I have, and always will have, a soft spot for this place in my heart. I’ve been going there for many, many years – as it was a staple place to go if you worked in the West End – it’s no-frills all-spills kind of experience – you don’t have to look like (or be) worth £1,000s to get in. 636 more words

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