DISCO SOHO GUESTLIST
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At the end of the 70s, people were sure that disco, with it’s tall afros and platform shoes and cheesy dance moves, had finally died out. Well, turns out it didn’t; it just went into hiding, and has re-emerged as a new London nightclub that everyone is talking about. Disco, located in Soho and open three nights a week, is all about throwing an exclusive retro party hold the cheese. No, if you want that then we’re sure you can go find a 70s porn moustache at one of the many sex shops close to Picadilly Circus.
Careful or you’ll miss this one; the only thing that distinguishes this club from everything around it is a colourfully painted door and a small orange neon sign; the rest is just brick building that could easily be mistaken for something boring. Inside though you get the full package of the disco era; lights, funkadelic wall art, a chequered dance floor, and booths with tacky animal print. There are disco balls in various places, including the large painted booth where the DJ is stationed. Yes, the DJ spins from inside a giant disco ball. Only in Soho.
Disco has now become ever so popular and is the disco style is something that although has been lost amongst a sea of RnB. Disco has never been lost and is now making its comeback in the form of disco club London
Disco club London is set right in the heart of Soho in the fashionable kingly court and as the name does suggest we advise you to bring out the platform boots from the back of the cupboard and head over to this exclusive nightclub haunts and nights of cool disco vibes mixed any exclusive nightclub surroundings
Disco club London celebrates original disco vinyl musics flavour taking you back to 1970s Manhattan. The interior of disco club London would certainly be considered creative with Pan Am style check-in desks just one of the many focal points within the club. The styling is so unique and is at every corner is an interesting decorative piece that is sure to wow you!
Disco is slowly rising to fame; former members of the Spice Girls have been seen partying here. Drag queens and transgenders have been known to meet up here as well, making this place ideal for anyone sporting an LGBT button on their bag. And while dressing smart is the best way to go they always encourage patrons to put on their most retro fancy dress. Since the club prefers members only maybe dressing up isn’t a bad idea; if it’s really well put together it could land you on the good side of those in charge and gain you entry. Just be ready for that Soho snobbery if you’re lucky enough to get in.
The pictures although as you an see look amazing really do not do justice to the attention to details that Disco Club London has invested.
The disco theme does not just extend to the creative atmosphere but also in the retro 70s champagne and cocktail list which also serves cocktails in vintage glitterballs. This venue attracts an exclusive clientele however does encourage fancy dress as long as it is within the hip 70s style and not a cheesy take that you will find in less exclusive venues in London
If by now you’re thinking that Disco plays anything other than disco, then we’ll have to slap you for being stupid. And if they had actually named themselves Disco and strayed away from actually playing any disco then we’d have to slap them instead. Everything here is spun on a vinyl record player just as it would have been in the 70s, making even the hardcore hipsters slink away and ponder their existence.
A fully stocked bar makes for one insane night at Disco, but then again what part of Soho isn’t insane? Again, it wouldn’t be the Soho brand of crazy if it weren’t for their prices. Cocktails will run you between £12-14, though if you are willing to spring for it we suggest the Michael Jackson, a tribute to the finer years of his life. There’s another brand of crazy for you; Wacko Jacko crazy, and that’s the type of crazy you don’t want to be, even in Soho.
Disco is where you go if you want to go out for a retro party with fancy dress and groovy tunes galore. This place proves that disco is not dead and that it doesn’t always have to be about cheesy music and big afros and bad style and…wow, we could go on for quite awhile. Yes, Disco is proof that the 70s can be cool. So sit back, drink your expensive cocktail and get ready to party like it’s 1979. And leave your porno moustache you got at Spankarama at home, please.
DISCO GUESTLIST INFORMATION
Disco Address : Disco, 13 Kingly Ct, W1B 5PW
What are Disco Opening and Closing Times: 10pm- 3am
Disco Dress Code: Smart
Guestlist details /Standard Entry: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £15
Tables: Available to book / start from a £500 spend
Disco policy: Guestlist only, get on the guestlist above
Age restriction: Over 18s