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After its latest refurbishment the venue now boasts 5 Distinctive rooms 4 Bars 4 Dance floors 4 DJ booths 2 luxury VIP lounges An unrivalled Audio Visual specification
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2467 days ago · From Clubland
Although primarily a club & live music venue, the three rooms at Mass can also be hired either seperately or together for other types of event such as private functions, corporate events, aftershow parties or video shoots. Mass Club is an established multi-purpose venue, set in the converted St.…
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2467 days ago · From Clubland
Amnesia Nightclub - Improving upon the former Ruby Falls space, AMNESIA Nightclub has brought NYC back to life. Much has changed in the transformative process. The placement of the bar, for example, on the side of the club as opposed to the center. Also new is the upper balcony VIP table service sea…
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2468 days ago · From Clubland
Marquee - An exercise in guestlist social pecking order from "Page Six" regulars Noah Tepperberg and Jason Strauss, Marquee is more architecturally stylish than a watering hole needs to be. The dark wood and glass chandeliers take a bit of the bite out of the pricey drinks, not that the moneyed clie…
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2468 days ago · From Clubland
Webster Hall - The oldest club in town was revamped. It all starts as soon as one treks down 11th Street, heading toward the main doors, where you'll see the deep stairwell-to-nowhere is now an entry point, dressed with a nifty neon sign directing you to "The Studioā€¯-- an intimate area designed to h…
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2468 days ago · From Clubland
The world's most historic club is fittingly set in a 1920's building beautifully dressed in its original oak paneling and featuring a stunning stained glass ceiling. A fabulous balustraded gallery overlooks the main dance floor below creating an opulent and visualy inspiring enviroment. Quite simply…
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2468 days ago · From Clubland
KOKO began life as The Camden Theatre and was opened on Boxing Day 1900 by the famous actress Ellen Terry, with a seating capacity of 1600. In 1909 the theatre was renamed The Camden Hippodrome and was a variety theatre where famous names such as Charlie Chaplin appeared. In 1911 film seasons began …
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