The eclectic stronghold of funk in South London regularly hosts nights of hip-hop, house and future music, and now they're doubling up their capacity.
Opening up a neighbouring basement as a second room, the new space will be known as B.Low. Expanding the club's capacity to 500 people, B.Low will also benefit from the fresh design that has made Plan B such a popular destination for DJs and clubbers alike.
Kitted out with a Funktion One soundsystem, including new 21" bass bins, the new space will have the option of operating as a separate venue, having its own entrance, bar and toilets. Having already hosted such big DJ talent as David Holmes, Danny Krivit and Kevin Saunderson, B.Low has secured some wicked selectors to play for their first few nights, with Miguel Migs, Dennis Ferrer, Karizma, Joey Negro, Norman Jay, Cosmo and Jazzie B all lined up to tear down the place.
The official launch takes place on Friday 4th May, with Sir Norman Jay opening the club to the public, while Joey Negro touches down there on Saturday 5th May. Getting down there sharpish should be your Plan A!