Electric Brixton opened its doors in September 2011 following a million pound investment, maintaining many of the club's original features and installing a new sound system.
This is one of South London's best dance venues, hosting regular drum'n'bass, electronica and dance nights, plus big name DJs and live acts.
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1 Town Hall Parade
- +44 (0)20 7326 5100
As an avid gig goer, there are few London venues that are new to me, but this was my first time at Electric Brixton. It's not a bad little venue, the sound was pretty tight (Bring Me The Horizon Brits weeks show) and there are plenty of elevated sections so short people like myself can get a good view. Parking near the venue is easy and free in the evenings.more
I love Electric. I've only been to drum and bass parties there so I haven't experienced any other vibe, but I like it. Roof smoking area. Two rooms. Bars. Toilets...all really nice.more
What a waste of time ...
When I learnt about a photographic exhibition at the Electric I jumped at the chance to visit the private view. I expected a glitzy event attended by regular of what used to be the Fridge, for many years the coolest place in town (excuse the pun). Instead of a queue there were a couple of people guarding an unassuming door, one of whom walked me up several flights...more
Great clubbing night. Similar size to some of the big club but tickets are often cheaper. Great location and venue with the upstairs balcony. Great place for a big, all nighter! And right next to a 24h McDonald's. Doesn't get much better than that.more
I can't believe I'm the first to review this place. Anywho, I came here two weeks ago to see Rudimental live and I was taken to drum n' bass heaven!
The venue is located up the road from Brixton Station, so it's really easy to find. The main space has a very large standing area with a bar and DJ booth. Perhaps this is only true of the day that I was there, but the decor on the main floor was...more