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Dalston Superstore

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Time Out says

This Kingsland High Street hang out is a bit of a face on the east London party scene. In true Dalston style it's home to all sorts: popular with a large and diverse LGBT crowd, but welcoming to all and everyone. DJs – mostly local, many well-known – keep feet dancing with sets throughout the week. Music-wise, you can groove and grind to anything from Uncontrollable Urge's weekly Wednesday installment of electro and mutant-pop, to Disco Brunch

There's also a food menu and variety on the drinks list. Seven draught beers and ciders include Brooklyn Lager, Frontier, Kirin Ichiban, Guinness and Estrella, complemented by 18 bottles (Punk IPA, Sierra Nevada, Sol, Peroni, Anchor Steam to name a few), as well as a few guest beers on rotation. Classic cocktails feature alongside house concoctions, shooters and jugs of Pimms and Sangria. 

Keep an eye out for student drink offers and queer art exhibitions, too.


117 Kingsland High St
E8 2PB
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Dalston Kingsland Overground
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Opening hours:
Mon-Tues, 4pm-12am; Wed-Thurs, 4pm-2.30am; Fri-Sat, 12pm-3am, Sat 10am-3am, Sun 12pm-2:30am
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Dalston Superstore’s 15th Birthday

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Ah, 2009. The year Kanye interrupted Taylor Swift’s VMA speech, ‘Avatar’ took over the box office, and Gaga released ‘The Fame Monster’. But it was also the year that east London was graced with what went on to become one of the area’s most iconic queer venues. That’s right – 2024 marks Dalston’s Superstore’s fifteenth birthday, so it’s time for a party. The venue has spent the last decade and a half showcasing pioneering local DJs, and has hosted the likes of Honey Dijon and The Blessed Madonna. This eleven-hour shindig will feature special guest psychedelic techno DJ Roza Terenz, homegrown talent DJ Karlie Marx plus performances from drag artist Fancy Shews! and many, many more. 

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