Club Aquarium opened it doors in 1995, when it was one of the first venues to populate Shoreditch's growing club scene. Since then it has played host to a variety of club nights, concerts and video shoots. It also houses a swimming pool and now owns Bar Aquarium, a traditional pub next door.
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256-260 Old Street, Shoreditch, London, EC1V 9DD
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This is a favorite place for me when i visit london, as my friend lives down the street . I can hear the music from his flat , anyway the place is cool . The manger there is koo,l told him we were visting from the states and he told me to call whenever ,I am in london to hang out . The music is everthing from house ,trance ,techno ,hip-hop, the place is huge .Although I have not taken a swim...more
Club Aquarium was once a cool place to be on a Saturday night. The idea of having a club with a swimming pool really did appeal to me and my friends when we were around 18, many of us would go there to get our cheap thrills, looking through the windows of the pool area.
The great thing was that you didn't have to swim, and if you did, it would cost an extra five pound, that would get you...more
I implore you not to go to Aquarium unless you are concerned wholly with having a fashionable and drug mangled night which you won't be able to remember the next day anyway. I got persuaded to go here once by a friend who was leaving, therefore I felt like I 'had' to go. In hindsight I wish I wasn't being so 'nice' because I had an awful night and couldn't even leave the club to go home as I...more
Aquarium is the only club in England to offer swimming facilities and after going there I understand why the idea isn't more popular. Though it is a novelty to find yourself swimming at midnight you quickly realise that it's proabably an activity best confined to daylight hours.
The rest of the interior plays upon the underwater theme with soft ethereal coloured lighting and white drapes...more