Following a launch series that firmly established Printworks London as a major new player in London's ever-changing music and culture landscape, this autumn its door will open again for Issue 002: a 10-week music series running from October to December 2017.
Last year's opening run of events saw the likes of Paul Kalkbrenner, Seth Troxler, Maya Janes Coles, Luciano, The Martinez Brothers, Daphni, Booka Shade and Motor City Drum Ensemble playing the cavernous former printing factory.
Expanding in scope, Issue 002 will feature a genre-spanning series of events taking in techno, electro, house, drum & bass, live performance and more.
Since Issue 001, the club has undergone some new quality of life tweaks to sound and production, there's also the addition of a wide range of new bars and a street food courtyard to keep clubbers refreshed and fuelled.
"Printworks London is a venue unlike any other in the capital and I'm so excited about the launch of this innovative space," said Night Czar Amy Lamé, who has visited the venue last year and was impressed with what she saw.
"Thousands of Londoners will be able to enjoy experimental and captivating events here in the future and, thanks to the Night Tube, they won't have to worry about getting home from this part of the city. This is fabulous news for London's night-time economy."
You can sign up for tickets here.
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