London club fabric has finalised the line-up for its 39-hour party this month.
Dancefloor Recall, a photography project based around London nightlife, is to host an exhibition event at the city's Corsica Studios.
The project, which is the work of photographers Heather Shuker and Fran Hales, was birthed amid the closure of clubs in the UK during the COVID-19 pandemic, and revolves around a series of portraits captured outside London clubs. Shuker and Hales hoped to capture various human relationships and connections that started on the city's dancefloors with the project.
London's Ministry of Sound will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a series of trance, UKG and house parties next weekend.
The iconic Elephant & Castle club, which featured in this year's Top 100 Clubs poll, is celebrating three decades of music on Friday 17th & Saturday 18th September, hosting three parties as part of a marathon weekender.
fabric has announced a 39-hour party to celebrate its 22nd birthday this year.
The much-loved London club, which climbed up into the top 20 in this year's Top 100 Clubs poll, will celebrate over two decades in the heart of the city with the marathon event, set to take place from Friday 22nd until Monday 25th October.
Soho, London residents have voted to be given more control over planning decisions in the area, meaning they can now block the development of skyscrapers around the central part of the city.
91% of residents and 89% of businesses voted to pass the Soho Neighbourhood Plan, which took into account the opinions of 3,000 people, across residents and those running businesses.
London club The Cause has revealed what may be the final series of shows at its Tottenham Hale home.
Having opened in 2018, the team behind the club say it was always due to be a temporary project owing to the ongoing regeneration and property development going on around the venue. With the team anticipating that the final stages of some of those developments approaching could spell the end for the club in its current form, they're going all out with their latest series of parties which will take them through to the end of the year.
Skrillex, Four Tet and Jamie XX have announced a surprise show in London today.
Taking place at the Moth Club in Hackney in East London, the gig will kick off at 7PM today (7th), and feature a warm up set from DJ Chloé Robinson fka Barely Legal.
The 'Ask for Angela' initiative, which aims to make nightlife safer for vulnerable people, is set to be extended across London over the next few weeks.
As the capital emerges out of lockdown, and with venues fully open again, many hospitality staff in the city have been newly trained in line with the iniative, which has been launched by Mayor of London Sadiq Khan alongside the Metropolitan Police and Safer Sounds.
A free exhibition exploring South London's Black music scene has opened at the Horniman Museum.
Curated by Adem Holness, 'Dance Can't Nice: Exploring London's Black Music Spaces' runs until 24th October, and celebrates figures from across grime, garage, bashment, jazz and other scenes, going back decades. The exhibition takes its name from a 1988 track by Frankie Paul and Sugar Minott.
UK charity Young Urban Arts foundation (YUAF) has launched a free studio opportunity programme for aspiring young music producers.
Open to London-based music creatives aged between 16 and 19, YUAF are looking for 10 individuals to come into the Foundation's studios and take part in the programme, ultimately producing a track to feature on the YUAF's first EP, 'Fresh From London'.