London, United Kingdom
August 4, 2004
Nearest tube: Farringdon
Two main dance floors with two types of music playing in the same night in respective rooms. I am sure there are more rooms but these are the two ones i frequent. A great chill out room! A cloak room. What can I say?!?! Turnmills has the best atmosphere - great lighting and outstanding sound system. In my opinion, it definitely beats Pacha (near Victoria Station) by a long shot and better than Heaven (@The Archers, near Embankment Station). Crowds are generally well behaved, all out for a good fun and hard boogie! Security is pretty tight, which can be a good thing.
Many a time, I had enjoyed Hardhouse music here. Trance and Funky House is pretty cool too. Certainly catered to eclectic crowds. Turnmills 'The Gallery' programmes are famous with huge turnouts. Generally from 3am to 6.30am the leftover crowds are serious dancers, when most of the drunks have left, and the dance floor becomes 'breathable'. Hmmm ... I admit I am usually one of the last ones to leave.
I say, you will have lots of fun if your taste for music runs along the lines of Hardhouse/Trance... '. Here is one of the best exposure to London experiences.
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