The venue may be small but the nights are large at Plastic People! Feel the bass on the awesome sound system and jump around to the dirtiest drum'n'bass, dubstep, grime, electro and breaks.
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Definitely a place to check out if you're a fan of earth-quaking bass.
The venue is medium sized, and the dancefloor barely has any room when you want to dance. Most likely you'll be brushing arms next to some hipster guy and his friends. Drinks are average.
The crowd is mostly younger (20s-30s) and generally good looking. Emphasis on "generally" because you get the creepers here and...more
Not a bad club. I was glad I got there late enough for it to be free in though as it's not much bigger than a bar really. The dancefloor is separate which is cool - you have to go through a curtain and then hopefully the tunes are good at the other side. They were, most of the hour I was there.
Bar selection is pretty mediocre, a couple of beers and pretty much one type of every spirit,...more
Plastic People is one of my favorite clubs in London. They typically do the 'one in, one out' system once the club fills up so I'd recommend going early. If tickets are on the door, buy drinks from the off license a few doors down, and make friends in line. The venue itself is small and intimate, and the women's bathrooms are always clean! Most importantly, the sound is incredible.
If you're looking to get your face melted off by some amazing DJ's this is the place to be. You'll have your person, wallet, bag, and toupee searched on the way in since they have (allegedly) had issue with people and drugs here in the past, but you'll feel that much safer when you get inside. It costs 10 quid to get in, but hey, it usually costs twenty quid to get that much attention ;)...more
Dirty dirty dub, sweaty sweaty men and duff duff duff...
Reading the other reviews really gives you a feel for this place but really you should know that it's for 'f@#ked up' kids or people who love to feel the hairs vibrate on their arms with the base track. I love it - even though it is a 'small sweaty shoe box'.
Ladies don't go here looking pretty, down a party bottle and grab a pair of...more