A pre-work mid-week fitness rave, which aims to give punters a healthy, start to the working day via snacks, massages and a lot of dancing.
We all know what it's like. You roll out of bed groggy and knackered, force down some cornflakes, stumble into work and fall asleep on your desk all day. What's the answer? The (somewhat frighteningly named) Morning Glory claims to be it. Starting at 6.30am (a time most clubbers associate with getting home) on Wednesday morning, MG asks Londoners to "rave your way into the day" and get physical on the dancefloor before heading to work.
Bleary eyed at the thought? We don't blame you, but don't worry, as the crew's 'Children of the Morning' will greet you at the event at any time until doors close at 10.30am, supply a smoothie (or coffee for those who require at least some stimulants with their raving), give you a massage and shove you on to a banging dancefloor, where DJs will invigorate – and possibly scare – your shattered bones into life with all kinds of upbeat, ravey and impossibly energetic sounds.
Then you can head to the office buzzing (in a safe-for-work sense) and ready to seize the hell out of that day. Just remember, Tuesday night ravers, it ain't an afterparty.