I am gonna offer you some tricks of The End club etiquette that will help you enjoy the night at full at one of the hottest clubs at 18 West Central Street London WC1A 1J J. You know who is forewarned that is forearmed.
Firstly, you should know at least a little bit about the story of The End club in London. The doors of The End club were opened on the 2nd December, 1995. Lovers of quality dance music were forced to take shelter in dingy basements and windy warehouses. Designed by architects, the styling of the club was minimalist and futuristic. With a spring loaded dance floor and enormous state of the art Thunderidge sound system, this venue provides one of the fiercest clubbing experiences in
The End club attracts a loyal following of clubbers and both international and home-grown DJs with its simple formula of quality customer service, sleek minimal design, spring-loaded dance floor, DJ friendly booth in the middle of the dance floor and is renowned for its killer five-way crossover sound-system.
Secondly, when to come? Free entrance is rewarded for early birds who come before 9pm. For the rest from £5 to £12, depending on who is on the ground on the day.
Thirdly, what may wait you in The End club? Liquid funk drum'n'bass, fresh basslines and jazzy rhythms with Fabio and guests. Gay/mixed night with two rooms of music and fun. House vibes in the main room come from a team of residents including Alan Thompson, Femi B, Jeffrey Hinton and Luke Hope. A devoted in-crowd shakes it to electro, indie and new wave from Erol Alkan in the main room, and poses in the lounge to Rory's obscure stylings. Or something like that.
Remember to put on a pair of comfortable shoes to dance all the night. Some bright and not expensive accessories will make glitter.
Furthermore, if there is a line, be friendly. Remember that if you annoy the bouncer, not only will you not get into the club; you will never be able to show your face in line again. Casually ask how long the wait will be. Better come with a woman. Women have it very easy when it comes to getting into clubs. You are less likely to get in if you are a large group of males, so narrow down the size of your group by splitting up while waiting in line.
What do you do if you have two left feet? Then, don't call attention to yourself by bumping and grinding with others who are not into it. Or by dancing like maniac and bothering everyone on the dance floor. Continuing to annoy others and misbehaving yourself is just asking for trouble. You might get bounced and ruin the evening for others. Just move to the music and enjoy yourself. Dancing is not a talent everyone can claim for themselves.
Many people commit the mistake of running up a huge tab on their credit cards when nightclubbing. With the huge crowd the bartender is attending to every second, chances of you getting overcharged by mistake on your card is not unheard of. Better have your money ready when ordering and paying for drinks.
The last but not least tip. Do not forget to take a good mood with you! And have a hottest night in your life in The End club.