London is getting a new arts and music space courtesy of the London College of Creative Media that’s expected to open this September.
Their will be a new 200-capacity venue, dubbed The Music Box, housed in the building's basement which is located on London's Southbank.
The main purpose of the new space will be for study, practice and performance for LCCM students, but the organisers have said they will also host three gigs and club nights per week, which will be open to the general public.
According to the LCCM website: “We plan to use our new creative space for a range of exciting events across the creative industries… think masterclasses, workshops, hack weekends, book signings and of course gigs and club nights.”
The club will be located in the building’s basement, whilst the rest of the space will be kitted out with “the latest technology across six spacious floors.”
Today's announcement of a new London venue comes hot on the heels of the successful opening of London's Printworks which could be ushering in a new era of clubbing in the capital.
You can find out more about the new space and venue here.
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