London's clubbing institution, The End, is to close in January. After 13 glorious years, the venue has decided to bow out on a high, and has been sold to property developers. But before the final curtain, co founder Layo Paskin has promised a series of serious parties to ensure it goes out in style.
"You know us, and you know what we do. We're speaking to all the key people and we're not going to go out on anything other than the most massive bang." The beginning of the end, erm, for The End, will take place on 6th December with techno uber lord Sven Vath presiding, and the final bow-out bash is to take place on the weekend of 23rd-24th January.
To read the full interview with Layo Paskin and Zoe Paskin regarding the closure of The End & AKA please visit www.endclub.com/goodbyebaby.