The Last Days of Decadence Nightclub Review

londonadmin April 7, 2012 0

Review

The Last Days of Decadence set is thriving Shoreditch has two large floors with a total capacity of 350. Both follow a 1920’s art deco theme, have good PA’s throughout and have fully stocked bars with a vast array of drinks. Its versatile space serves as both a nightclub, bar, cabaret, theatre and a place for live music.

The atmosphere here varies from a speakeasy feel to an out live music venue. The crowd has good taste due to the interesting concept of the bar, ranging from the super Shoreditch cool to the dressed up crowd that attend the burlesque and cabaret nights. Prices vary from free night’s right through to around £8 on Fridays and Saturdays. The venue is open 7 days a week – Mon to Thurs: 5pm till late (depending on the night) / Fri and Sat 5pm till 2.30am / Sun 5pm till 11pm.

The Last Days of Decadence play anything from 1920′s jazz and swing to House to Electro to Indie to Rock to hip hop. They have live Jazz on a Monday, live bands programmed most Thursday nights and DJ based nights most Fridays and Saturdays. The venue is perfectly mixed to suit any crowd with its host of different themes.

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Address: 145 Shoreditch High Street, Hackney, London, E1 6JE
Opening Times: Coming Soon
Closest Station: Old Street

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