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UPDATE: A fire broke out in Studio 338 on Aug 8 2016. Staff member Tomas tragically died in the blaze. The club management plan to rebuild the venue. And are also opening new venue The Bridge in Bow.
Proving that Greenwich can rave just as hard as the rest of London is Studio 338, a sprawling club that combines the best elements of underground industrial venues with slicker super-club vibes. So whereas the nearby O2 is happy to flex its credentials as a location for arena rock and stadium dance acts, Studio 338's multi-million pound refurb turned it into a far, far hipper destination, attracting dedicated dancers from across London and beyond.
World-class house and techno DJs – from the underground side of things – regularly spin sets at S338 (think along the lines of Kevin Saunderson and Marc 'MK' Kinchen) at nights like Half Baked, Cirque Du Soul and the parties form Manchester clubbing institution Sankeys (hosted exclusively at the Greenwich venue), and another big draw is the all-night terrace, allowing punters to do a bit of alfresco raving even in the unlikely event of rain appearing in London: the terrace is covered, of course. Luckily, the inside of the club is just as appealing, leaning towrads the industrial but colourful vibe beloved of many of Berlin's top nightspots.
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