As a club that has been already called a game-changing club by many London club insiders, make sure you take the opportunity to check out Tape London. In 2017 Tape Lodge was an established destination for only influential music artists. Tape London was inspired and designed by Grammy award-winning Dallas Austin. He put his energies into several projects and produced seminal records for Madonna, Michael Jackson, Rihanna and Gwen Stefani. Therefore, this is why you should get you name into our Tape Guestlist.
Being inside Tape London interior resemble to be inside a music instrument.
Walking inside the venue is like “walking into the brass mouth of a trombone”. Also, the walls present a gilded copper effect covering.
There is also the DJ booth and industrially raised podiums where go-go dancers pull shapes. Also a sound system from D&B Technik hotwires the room. Great addition of Tape Club is Little Tape, with only a 150 capacity. In Little Tape, there are musical instruments available to play including a Baby Grand piano and guitars. Tape London table booking id highly recommended for a full night full of fun and high-end service!
Tape London Club, opened in Hanover Square on the former Jalouse Club, is the new addition to London’s nightlife scene. The venue is more than a nightclub. It has a recording studio, members lounge and a restaurant. The new venue will become the “home” of London’s music industry.
Therefore, they present a unique, fresh and exciting new concept, never seen in the Capital before. It offers the most exclusive elegant party experience. Tape London attracts an elite crowd thanks to the best sets of internationally renowned DJ’s. The creators describe Tape London Club as ‘a central hub of creativity and celebration’.
Finally, Tape London and bar service is very professional. A positive note on the beautiful VIP tables hostesses and the go-go dancers. Being the most demanded venue, Tape London keeps the door-selection very hard. But, for who manages to get into Tape London the night won’t disappoint at all.