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London's house capital
Not a gay club per se, but Ministry of Sound has humped and thumped for clubbers of all persuasions since first opening in this former bus garage in September 1991, when it revolutionised Britain's house scene. Gay club nights such as Beyond happen here, and quality of sound and overall party experience are guaranteed. Yes, Ministry of Sound has evolved into a global brand, but the fact that it's not changed location since 1991 is testament to a certain integrity. In August 2016 Jazzy M said he was the DJ who played the first record on opening night: De La Soul's "A Roller Skating Jam Named "Saturdays". Located in increasingly less grotty Elephant & Castle in south London, just behind the university exit of Elephant & Castle tube station.

Tags: Mixed Gay/Straight, Dancing, Outdoor Patio

103 Gaunt St, Elephant & Castle
London, England SE1 6DP

(870) 060-0010


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