London’s best kept secret The Bridge has re-opened

The club features two equally sized rooms and an outdoor terrace

It’s been two long years since we saw East London’s hidden gem The Bridge in full swing thanks to the pandemic. However, last weekend saw the return of the capital’s best kept secret, with a new era of parties set to take place.

Run by same great minds behind Greenwich super club Studio 338, The Bridge offers a more intimate and raw focus in contrast to its sister venue. With ongoing gentrification in the city, it’s one of the last remaining strongholds for underground parties in the East End. Giving ravers the chance to get up close and personal with DJs in a 500 capacity space set across two floors boasting exposed brick walls, original wood floors and a rumbling VOID sound system. Sounds like the perfect spot for a rave doesn’t it?

The club has a forward-thinking policy when it comes to their event programming, centred around Leftfield music from underground brands and labels. Kicking things off on Saturday 17th September saw the sounds of Berlin land in London with Bruno Schmidt, Andrea Giudice and Larry Cadge performing for Bubbledee meet Club Der Visionaere.

The rest of the opening calendar includes the likes of Berghain regulars Ryan Elliot & Answer Code Request, Kazoku’s official after party for their supporting show at The Beams with Jamie Jones, and a special b2b from Anthea & Oshana performing as Astral Travel. More shows are yet to be announced, so keep you eyes pealed for announcements coming soon.

For more info on upcoming events and to buy tickets, click here.

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