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Following the outbreak of COVID-19 and the government-advised social distancing practices, which will impact vulnerable members of the community, London nightclub Studio 338 has revealed plans to transform its venue space.
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Studio 338's legendary terrace will reopen on the weekend of 27th October after the beloved London daytime venue was gutted by fire back in 2016.
The fire largely destroyed the club's terrace and sadly one of the club's workman lost his life, something the club's director Dan Perrin is still coming to terms with.
In the light of the tragic events of the Grenfell Tower fire on Tuesday morning, Studio 338 and Anomalia will host a special fundraising event this Sunday (June 18th) at Studio 338 to raise money for the victims of the fire.
Confirmed to play the fundraiser so far are Apollo 84, Leftwing & Cody, Bazaar, Shane Mac, Clive Henry b2b Leroy Roberts, East End Dubs, Third Son, Yacine Dessouki (Anomalia) and more.
Studio 338 has announced it will reopen in June with an all-new garden setting on the club’s original Greenwich site.
The much-loved London club suffered extensive damage in August 2016 thanks to a fire that saw 70 firefighters from London Fire Brigade attend the venue on Tunnel Avenue, and resulted in the tragic death of a Studio 338 staff member as he tried to dampen flames on the club's roof.
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London's largest nightclub Studio 338 has launched a crowd-funding campaign in the hope of re-opening its terrace area following a devastating fire earlier this month.
The blaze, which took 70 firefighters to control and tragically claimed the life of Studio 338 staff member Tomas, left the venue a burnt-out shell only a few months after it had re-opened following major new structural developments.
As well as reopening the terrace, the owners are planning to announce a new east London venue with that announcement expected this week, too.
After the devastating fire at Studio 338 which sadly saw a man lose his life, Spanish party brand Elrow have moved their forthcoming Bollywood party to a new venue, Building Six.
"Respect to Studio 338, we take elrow London for a trip across the Greenwich peninsula, over to Building Six, we have been looking at this space for a while and know it lends itself to our production antics,” reads a statement released by elrow this afternoon.