Jacks in London Bridge is one of the first interesting clubs I went to in London. I went with a friend to see a fairly restrained techno night.
There are two rooms. The main room is fairly cavernous and feels, and looks, like an abandoned tube platform. The DJ/Artist plays from a raised stage at one end, and the bar is at the other. There is also another, smaller, room with more seating and another DJ booth.
The crowd is generally in their 20s/30s with a slight IDM / chemically jaded look about them although it varies to an extent from event to event (there is quite a lot of dub step at the moment). The place generally has a vaguely druggy underground feel. If you're looking for a something a little edgy and different I'd strongly recommend.
Awesome dance club down in London Bridge. Unlike so many others in London, it's small, friendly and a teeny bit grimey. Dirty music ranging from Psytrance to Breaks and Techno and a crowd of enthusiastic regulars. Check out the Braindrop nights - you're not in the land of Fabric now!
Gets 4 stars for the speaker quality which could be better.
Avoided the carnival chaos and headed to this dark, dingy haunt on Crucifix lane, Sunday night. Much fun and tomfoolery was had and I woke up feeling like I'd been crucified on Monday morning, but to be fair... the venue had nothing to do with that.
2 rooms under the railway arches at crufix lane, se1. can get a bit dark but thats all the fun of the club. cheap drinks and nice staff.most parties here are pys trance till 7 am also oldskool parties.
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