Venue: The Lost AngelAddress:
Cost: £10 before 9pm / more after
Norman Jay is considered by many to be a DJ’s DJ… and he has an Mbe! Nice. Don’t miss his amazing set at The Lost Angel – you won’t be far from a good drink either. Starts at 8pm and goes on until 3am.
Venue: Rich MixAddress:
Cost: Joint theatre & afterparty tickets: £14.50 or £12.50 student/concession
The Best of British Afterparty brings to an end the three evening performances of the London debut of the play “Ten Men”, with a proper East-end party featuring The Coolness – a mix of theatrical pop rock and electronic music. Starts at 9pm – book tickets here.
Venue: Sclater Street Car ParkAddress:
Cost: FREE ENTRY
In the site of a former Victorian bird market off Brick Lane, this night food market will have a ‘car wash’ private dining room (5-10 person bookings), a fully licensed bar and 8 international street food stalls serving a mix of Vietnamese, Thai, Mexican and West-Indian cuisine to soak up the booze… you can’t beat a good food market sometimes! The market runs from 5pm-12am. There’s a £50 deposit and a minimum £200 spend for the car wash dining room – email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
Venue: Paradise by Way of Kensal GreenAddress:
Cost: £4 after 10pm
The guys here have teamed up with Vestal Vodka to bring down a host of international DJs, musicians and general party animals. Razorlight frontman Johnny Borrell will be on the decks with his best mate Jagga from Radio 1 after a live performance from The Dustaphonics. They’re keeping the party pumping till 2am, so head down!
Venue: The Star at NightAddress:
Pretty much what it says on the tin – a night of Gin and Tonics. You’ll get to try some new tonics and gins paired with different garnishes to vary the flavours.