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There’s a new a new 3000-capacity club opening in London

Sound and lighting design is by a team that have previously worked on Manchester’s iconic Haçienda and Warehouse Project...

Broadwick Live are set to open a new 3000-capacity music space in London this March.

The currently unnamed space will open within London's Printworks venue as an addition to its two current rooms, Press Halls and Charge Bay.

Open during the week from Monday to Fridays, the space will alternate programming between live and electronic music events.

Sound and lighting design at the new space will be taken care of by a production team who have previously worked on Manchester’s iconic Haçienda and Warehouse Project.

Speaking to Time Out London, Broadwick Live's managing director Bradley Thompson said, “We want to position ourselves as another key venue for London that can hold 3,000 people.

“I feel that the city is lacking at that kind of level—if you go to certain venues, the diaries are quite full and bands don't necessarily get the capacities they want.”

Read our opinion piece on whether London had its Berghain moment when printworks opened last year.

Rob McCallum is DJ Mag’s deputy digital editor. Follow him on Twitter here.

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