Studio 54 was once the most famous nightclub in the world. It opened opened in Manhattan in 1977 and ran until 1981 until it was sol by founders, Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager. After that the nightclub continued under different owners until 1991. The venue is no longer a nightclub, but acts as a CBS radio station and television studio.
Now Bethnal Green Working Men's Club is bringing back the spirit, glitter, and good times with Disco 54, 'the best last disco in town'. The 18th October will be a night of 'hyper-colour cosmic disco mayhem' for party mavens and super freaks.
Performances include MC Gaff E & Beast and resident DJ disco hits in their purist and most debauched forms. The dress code is sequins, sparkles, and disco kings & queens. Think Bowie self express and Grace Jones glamour. Avoid fancy dress such as wigs and masks. Early bird tickets are £5, £6 before 10pm, and £8 after. No admission after midnight.