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Roller disco returns
Back in the early noughties there was a popular roller skating rink in King's Cross. It was called Bagley's, and could be found at the Canvas nightclub. When Canvas closed in 2008, however, so too, did the famous roller disco.
But now it is being revived - for a short time at least. Up until the 6th September you can relive the magic from the noughties with a craze founded in the 70s. Skate King's Cross has designed their rink to look just like Bagley's, using heavy, raw materials and gold chainmail. It is located in the West Handyside Canopy, just minutes away from the tube.
Sessions are given in two-hour slots Tickets are £14.30 for adults, £9.90 for concessions, and £5.50 for children. Some nights have special guest liver performances; these include Sevrino, Solar All Day, Falling Whistles, and Millionhands.
Once you've gained an appetite from skating, then head over to the Disco Bistro, where they will be serving chicken wings, a selection of burgers, ice cream sundaes, and milkshakes.