Soho District’s latest underground hotspot Orange Yard returns this month, with a hefty programme of events and DJs to welcome back ravers. The intimate club space which boasts a wall-shaking Funktion-One sound system can cater for 300 guests inside the cosy main room, along with a separate outdoor terrace space.
Bucking the trend for large super clubs, this compact and stylish venue offers an up-close-and-personal contrast to the cavernous venues in the capital. Across the next six months, Orange Yard will bring a variety of sounds to Soho ranging from house to tech, melodic and beyond.
Running from 22nd May – 9th Oct, the weekly shows include the likes of Endor on 28th May performing for Modern Funktion, as well as the G-House pioneers Amine Edge & Dance playing for Frame on 27th June.
July sees London mainstays Cutting Edge on the 17th and Care3′s Summer Party the following day, whilst Will Taylor plays for Outback London on the 24th. Moving into August finds a 6 hour showcase from Afterlife’s Kevin de Vries on the 6th and a double event day on 7th August featuring tech house rising stars Late Replies for Raveready by day and Rinse FM resident Lance Morgan & Iglesias in the booth for Disturbia by night.
Rounding off the programme brings two big shows from Night Dreamers in September with Brina Knauss on the 17th and Chelina Manuhutu on the 24th, followed by Labyrinth Sessions on Saturday 9th Oct with Perel all night long.
More info and tickets available here.