Printworks has launched a new Bulldog Gin Courtyard.
The South London venue, which is linking up with Defected and Glitterbox for its New Year's Eve and New Year's Day parties this year, has revealed the new space heading for its outside area, after first introducing the Courtyard to Field Day Festival.
Noisia will play their final show at Printworks London on 10th December 2021.
The date will be the last time the drum & bass trio hit the UK capital and forms part of a wider farewell tour that had been planned for 2020, but was then largely delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Printworks has announced its full line-up for this year's autumn/winter season, with The Chemical Brothers, Sama' Abdulhadi, Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Robert Hood, Todd Terry and ANNA among the huge list of names seet to appear in the London club.
Printworks London has been awarded a grant from Arts Council England's Culture Recovery Fund following a complaints review.
The news broke on the venue's Twitter account, 18th December, with a series of posts explaining the decision not to award the parent organisation money had been overturned.
Printworks has locked Jennifer Cardini, Joseph Capriati, DJ Tennis and more for its Extrema Outdoor festival stage.
It's the London venue's outdoor debut, taking over Distrikt 5 for all three days of the ten-year-old Belgian weekender, which runs 29th - 31st May at De Plas in Houthalen-Helchteren. Perel and Acid Pauli are also on the line-up.
Across the remainder of the festival attendees can catch Âme & Dixon, Armand Van Helden, Sasha & John Digweed, Amelie Lens and Todd Terje, among others.
Seminal UK party brand BuggedOut! celebrate their 25th birthday at Printworks London this weekend. The quarter-century celebration of one of the UK’s longest running club nights takes place on Saturday 16th November and features performances from Bugged Out! Favourites including Green Velvet and Erol Alkan.
DJ Mag has partnered with BULLDOG Gin – who host the excellent ginporium at Printworks – to bring you live broadcasts of key sets throughout the night.
Aphex Twin will play the final show at this year's Red Bull Music Festival.
Red Bull Music Festival, which will be held in London for the first time, runs for four weeks from 20th August - 14th September and takes place in iconic venues across the capital.
Performing at a London club for the first time in over a decade, Aphex Twin will play the epic Printworks, joined by Afrodeutsche, Caterina Barbieri and Nihiloxica.
The custom-built set for Aphex Twin's finale will feature over 306 LED panels and lazers, as well as visuals from Weirdcore.
Following the success of our first series of DJ Mag Radio, we’re back with a brand-new show to close out 2017 featuring interviews with Nicole Moudaber and Hannah Wants, our top tracks of the year, news from our Best Of British Awards and a freshly launched segment titled Local Heroes.
Contemporary choir Some Voices are set to host an ode to Studio 54 on Thursday 27th April at London's Printworks, to honour 40 years since the iconic NYC music institution first opened its doors.
Over 500 voices will unite to perform disco, soul and funk across multiple levels, as Printworks' colossal Press Halls are decked out with roller-skating, hula-hooping and glittering mirror balls.