A new 3000-capacity club is opening in South London next year, called Magazine London.
The space will be in the heart of the Greenwich Peninsula, built from the ground up, by Venue Lab, who are behind Printworks London and Landing Forty Two.
Due to launch in the summer, the building will be capable of hosting conferences, music events, exhibitions and award ceremonies, at just shy of 5,400 square metres.
Connected to Magazine is an outdoor space called Showground, which holds 7,000 people.
Architecture studio Nissen Richards, who designed the V&A Lecture Theatre and the Seoul Opera House, is designing the space.
“Magazine London fits superbly with what we’re doing on Greenwich Peninsula - creating a new London underpinned by creativity, a community with culture and entertainment at its heart,” said Richard Margree, CEO of Knight Dragon, a property and investment company who are in partnership on the venture with Venue Lab’s parent company Vibration Group.
Construction will begin in December.
If it’s anything like Printworks, you can be excited. The remade newspaper printing factory came in the top twenty of our 2018 list of top clubs worldwide.
One of the best parties there this year was put on by DJ Harvey, and you can enjoy the best tunes from it on our playlist here.