The Social London

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Lost In Disco at The Social

Lost In Disco

  • The Social London
  • Saturday 15th December
  • After a massive sell-out night in September, we’re back to kick off the Christmas season the funkiest way possible.
    Lost In Disco at The Social

    Lost In Disco

    • The Social London
    • Saturday 16th March 2019
    • On March 16th Lost In Disco returns to The Social in Little Portland Street W1. Disco, soul, funk, rare groove and assorted 70s and 80s dance bangers.

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      In 1999 The Social opened in Little Portland Street. The brain child of a record company whose offshoots included a hugely successful underground club night, The Social was set up with a simple manifesto � to provide great music and better booze to anyone who fancied tripping through the doors.

      Home to London nightlife institutions Hip Hop Karaoke and Huw Stephens Presents for the last decade, regular events from Faber and Faber, Trojan Records and Heavenly plus intimate performances from the likes of Adele, Aphex Twin, Hot Chip, Beck, Fat White Family, Vampire Weekend, Caitlin Moran, The Chemical Brothers, Ragga Twins, Jock Scot, Jessie J, MGMT, Irvin Welsh, Jack White, Night Beats, Frank Black, Edan, Laura Marling, The Charlatans, Tim Westwood, Temples, Fat Boy Slim, Wolf Alice, Jon Savage, Justin Robertson, Florence and the Machine, Jeremy Deller, Kate Tempest, Bon Iver, Horace Andy, Saint Etienne, Alt J, DBC Pierre, The Parrots, Edna O�Brien, Lily Allen, Super Furry Animals, Klaxons, Edwyn Collins, Avalanches, Young Fathers, Andrew Weatherall, Jane Weaver, Michael Kiwanuka, VIP Party Boys, Steve Davis, Stealing Sheep, Kevin Rowland, DJ Yoda, Sleaford Mods and many, many more

      Nearly 20 years later and still run by the original team who created it � Heavenly Recordings & The Breakfast Group � the bar is an award winning London landmark. Designed by a partnership of David Adjaye and Will Russell (now of Pentagram) with a brief of withstanding nuclear attack or � at the very least � the worst that people could chuck at it.

      The Social has launched well over a million hugely successful hangovers.

      Venue contact details and info

      Name: The Social

      Phone: 020 7636 4992

      Venue short url: https://www.skiddle.com/venues/1128/

      Type of venue: Bar/Pub

      Dress code: Relaxed

      Opening hours: Mon-Wed 3:00pm-12:00am Thu 3:00pm- 1:00am Fri 12:30pm- 1:00am Sat 6:00pm- 1:00am

      Food served: Sandwiches and Sides

      Nearest Bus Stop: Mortimer Street

      Address: 5 Little Portland Street, London, W1W 7JD

      Website: http://www.thesocial.com

      Music Policy: Eclectic - Hip Hop, RnB, Funk, Alternative

      Ambiance: Dark, with tons of character

      Clientele: Young and trendy but not pretentious

      Drinks served: Beers, wines, spirits

      Parking: Pay and display on Little Portland Street

      Nearest Train Station: Euston

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