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WE Party (at the Coronet Theatre) *

Party party
Monthly or so glamour and buzz, marked by visual spectacle, on-the-pulse sounds from resident DJs and go-go boys and dancers on show. This former cinema offers places to wander to, including a generously sized outdoor alley/courtyard. Managed by Orange Nation, who run megaclubs Area and Fire in Vauxhall [see entries].

Tags: Dancing

26-28 New Kent Rd, Elephant and Castle
London, England SE1 6TJ

Sat 11pm—7am (occasional)


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  •   Big production. Big crowds.
    ukflyer ·

    April 22, 2012

    In a little over a year "WE Party" has become a major fixture in the London clubbing calendar. It is held every 1-2 months at the Coronet Theatre, usually on a Saturday night, but also more recently as a T Party on a Sunday of a Bank Holiday weekend. Each party has a theme reflected in the stage production (which is usually big with plenty of video screens, pyrotechnics etc) and go-go dancers. If truth be told, this is more successful on some nights than others. This is always a very busy event attracting many familiar faces of the London scene and well known figures. I spotted Francois Sagat here on New Year's Day and George Michael on Easter Sunday. Although this is always a busy event, it being in a former theatre means there's space on the higher floors and on the in tact upper circle seating to escape the crowds when you feel like it. Note that advance tickets are considerably less expensive (£10-£15) than on the door (up to £25). This is one party to get to early to avoid queues for the coat-check. Depending on the night the dance floor opens an hour or so after opening (and fills up quickly) and the "reveal" of the stage is usually three hours after opening. Also a quick practical tip if arriving at Elephant & Castle by Tube, you need to follow the exit for the shopping centre, and once you have exited the Tube station turn to your right. The queue for advance ticket holders is on the left.
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