Tape London Club opened in Hanover Square at the location of the former Jalouse Club and has been a revolutionary addition to London’s nightlife scene ever since. The venue is more than just a nightclub. It features an impressive recording studio, an intimate lounge and an exquisite restaurant. The new venue is the “home” of London’s music industry, presenting a unique, fresh and exciting new concept, never seen in the Capital before. Tape also offers the most exclusive elegant party experience which often attracts an elite crowd thanks to the exciting setlists and mixes of internationally renowned DJs. Walking through the venue is much like walking into the mouth of a trombone as the walls are covered in a gilded copper. The homage to music does not stop there, a big chandelier hangs over the stairwell, resembling the horn of a gramophone player.
The venue also features a stunning neon-lit bar and a DJ booth with industrial raised podiums surrounding it where go-go dancers can perform. Guests can enjoy the music that the DJs put on through a sound system courtesy of D&B Technik or go to the member’s lounge, Little Tape where they can play on instruments like the baby grand piano and several guitars. Most impressively, there is also priceless musical memorabilia like Kurt Cobain’s jacket, a hand-written poem from Elvis Presley and one of Chuck Berry’s guitars within the recording room. Tape is a fun playground for some of the key players in the music industry. Expect to rub your shoulders and groove around with the high-end A-list crowd of the city at this venue. Friday nights at the Tape nightclub in London are all about featuring some of the most renowned DJs of the city, while the Saturday nights are aimed at delivering an eclectic playlist along with an unannounced extra VIP guest. Offering a unique concept, the Tape nightclub helps you in keeping up to date with the amazing nightlife scene in the city.