It’s a tried and tested formula: good music and good times, which is exactly the concept that new Hertford pop-up club The DogHouse is channeling. With a back-to-basics manifesto of no VIPs, no guest list and no tables, it’s just what we like to see.
The team behind the Dog and Whistle pub in Hertford (which has welcomed guests like Joey Negro, Craig Charles and Norman Jay over the last two years) has just announced a new project. The special, one-off nightclub has been crafted with raw materials and decorated by graffiti artists, and is only around for two months before the venue gets demolished and turned into flats — so don’t hang about!
They’ve not skimped on the bookings, either, with a massive crew of choice selectors lined up for the task: Masters At Work’s Kenny Dope, Todd Terry and Groove Armada’s Tom Findlay, for a “taste of Ibiza & Miami rolled into one”, promising some of the best house music from past to present.
The 600-capacity Hertford-based club opens its doors on 31st October to welcome its first headliner, the one-and-only CJ Mackintosh.
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