There is a rattle and hiss as a Subway train hurtles by, the painted metal a riot of colour - a speeding canvas for guerilla artists against the smoking cityscape. This is The Big Apple 1977 and the city is on fire.
In the Bronx, a new kind of hybrid music - a DIY collage of looped Funk and Disco breaks that will one day dominate the sonic landscape - is being born on street corners and in makeshift dance halls. They call it Hip Hop.
In Central Manhattan the lights of Broadway shine down on the throngs clamouring outside Studio 54, as inside Warhol gets down with Grace Jones, and the stars swing from the mirror balls and dance, ankle deep, in glitter.
The word is out - there's a block party in Harlem tonight, and you jump the barriers and head Uptown. You get off at 125th street, the bass making the pavement beneath your feet shudder as you head towards the sound. There's electricity in the air tonight and the streets themselves feel alive - because this the city that never sleeps, where the party never stops and the night is always young.
Join us this winter as we turn our rooftop space in Brixton into a scene from New York in the 1970s; drawing inspiration from iconic venues such as Studio 54 and the Harlem Apollo we are taking you across the pond and back in time with a selection of themed bars, a night club, private rooms and New York inspired street food.
Thursdays: 6pm - 11pm
Fridays: 6pm - 12am
Saturdays: 3pm - 12am
Sundays: 3pm - 10pm
Our 1,000 capacity venue plays host a selection of themed bars and a night club:
Le Freak (night club): A glittering mirror ball playground, inspired by the legendary Studio 54.
Brixton Apollo (bar / club): An art deco homage to Harlem’s iconic Apollo Theatre: ‘Where stars are born and legends are made’.
Club Rapture (bar): A punk rock palace - The grubby jewell in the crown of the Lower Eastside scene.
Coldharbour Cafe (bar): Prop up the counter of a quintessential New York diner.
Record Store (20 capacity): A vinyl junkies paradise (20 capacity).
Barber Shop (20 capacity): A note-perfect downtown barber shop (20 capacity).
Peep Show (20 capacity): Your own personal peepshow complete with pole! (20 capacity).
Latino Chapel (20 capacity): A Latin-flavoured gospel church (20 capacity).
Club Rapture (100 capacity): A punk rock palace - The grubby jewell in the crown of the Lower Eastside scene (100 capacity).
Coldharbour Cafe (150 capacity): Prop up the counter of a quintessential New York diner.
We welcome a host of New York inspired street food:
Mac to the Future: Returning back to our rooftop with their macaroni-cheese delights.
Burger Bear: Street food heroes serving up their dangerously delicious beef burgers.
Grandmaster Slice: Traditional NYC style pizzas
To see all upcoming events view the full event calendar.
|Whole Venue||Venue Hire||1000||Enquire for info||Enquire for info||Enquire for info|
|Club Rapture||Private Room||100||Enquire for info||Enquire for info||Enquire for info|
|Discotequero||Private Room||150||Enquire for info||Enquire for info||Enquire for info|
|Private room hire||Private Room||20||Enquire for info||Enquire for info||Enquire for info|
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