Trapeze Guestlist and Table Bookings
Four years ago, Trapeze’s trendy club meets bar opened it’s doors deep in the heart of Shoreditch. Since then it has earned a high reputation among clubbers and DJ’s alike, highlighting the effective nature of moving towards more intimate and personable spaces.
Trapeze is comprised of two floors, and an additional mezzanine level featuring a range of exclusive, bespoke seated booths, which are flexible to book out for private hire. The reputation held by this club has maintained the hosting of first rate, global DJs to any event booking as required. Upstairs boasts a long bar, sofas with tables in comfy corners and a mezzanine, which you can reserve for a particularly bling night out. This level is ideal for gathering, chatting and taking time outs from the basement club.
Downstairs is a 200-capacity club space with a DJ booth amid intricate and playful Daft Punk-esque LED displays courtesy of lighting guru ‘Mirrorball Paul’. There is also a downstairs bar, helping to maintain efficient service, and thanks to the low ceiling, the fierce Eskimo Noize sound system is guaranteed to pack an even mightier punch.
The upstairs bar is busy and fast moving with people darting in and out of the smoking area, going to the bar, chatting and flirting. In contrast, the wall of sound in the downstairs basement is less about the meaningful conversation and more about getting lost in the music. Staff and bouncers are friendly and highly capable while the atmosphere is infectiously excitable. People come here to get lost in the banter and, most importantly, the music.
Trapeze takes it’s inspiration from the aforementioned New York district and lends a knowing wink to where it’s heart lies by offering a regular dose of Manhattan style soulful house. The array of first class DJs at hand should delight sophisticated and trendy clubbers alike. Depending on the month and the nightly theme, you can expect to see the likes of Miami electro house musician Steve Aoki, UK drum and bass producer Sub Focus and New York percussionist José Claussell
behind the decks. Just check out the event listings page on the website to see for yourself and plan your party in advance.
Drinks start from £4 for a bottle of beer, house wine is roughly £15 a bottle, and cocktails cost in the region of £7-£8.