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Ministry Of Sound

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Ministry Of Sound

Being described as one of the UK’s most notorious super clubs and possibly the most famous nightclub in the world is no small feat and this incomparable venue certainly lives up to the hype. There is plenty of magic to be found inside the legendary walls of Ministry of Sound Guestlist.

Laid out across five rooms, four bars and three dance floors there is a lot to explore within this former bus depot. The club itself was inspired by New York’s cavernous house venues and is comprised of the following main areas; the Bar, the Baby Box, the VIP, the Box and the Loft, the latter housing the club’s primary sound system, with a specially built roof to contain sound and a sprung floor enabling clubbers to dance for many hours on end without tiring.

Every self-respecting club junkie should make at least one trip to the Ministry of Sound Guestlist. The vibe is totally unrestrained and exhilarating, especially in the main room, where people exuberantly ascent the speakers and the stage to dance like there is no tomorrow. The real peak time slot is after midnight, although dropping by well into the early hours, once the crowd has thinned out a little and you’re left with those who are resolute to continue until the bitter end, can also be fun. Bar staff are kept on their toes all night and yet display an energetic and cheerful presence adding to the overall vibe of the club. The dress code is smart casual but you can certainly get away with wearing jeans and trainers.

Although the Ministry of Sound Guestlist is largely known for it’s devotion to the house music scenes of New York, Chicago and Detroit, various promoters take over the club on different nights to keep things fresh and provide a sound to suit everyone’s tastes.

Long-running techno trance night The Gallery takes over Friday nights, while the Saturday Sessions mix and match between Balearic beat and deep house from popular DJ’s including Eric Morillo, Pete Tong and David Guetta. The current listings include a more electro-orientated approach with the likes of cult EDM producer Deadmou5 hosting his infamous ‘Mau5trap’ live show and Groove Armada taking the helm for their official Lovebox after party.

Initially the Ministry of Sound Guestlist opened as a dry venue with a no-drinks policy but it has come a long way since it’s humble beginnings and now serves a respectable selection of bottled beers and various spirits, all at a reasonable price.

A powerfully throbbing sound system, an eye blistering lightshow and the sight of at least a thousand hands raised in delight ensure Ministry of Sound Guestlist is a feast for the senses. Whatever your style, this super-club is sure to please even the most critical connoisseur.

MINISTRY OF SOUND GUESTLIST INFORMATION

Ministry of Sound Address : Ministry Of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, SE1 6DP

What are Ministry of Sounda Opening and Closing Times: 4pm- 3am

Ministry of Sound Dress Code: Relaxed

Guestlist details /Standard Entry

Tables: Available to book

Ministry of Sound policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above

Membership: Everybody

Age restriction: Over 18s