Turnmills has been a clubbing institution since the mid 90's when the legendary 'Trade' after hours club opened for business. The bald and beautiful of London's gay scene would bop away to cutting edge tracks from the early hours to Sunday afternoon. Later in the day this was followed by 'FF' with Blu Peter and Mrs Woods. Warriors with Karim and the late RR Fierce (a lovely man).
Thus Turnmills was on the map. Successful 'straight' nights also set up shop including the long running Gallery.
Remember that this venue was established by John Newman father of Tall Paul Newman so you get the idea?
Now the bad news - it's apparently closing down in the spring of 2008 (end of lease and hungry property developers) so if you are in London in the next couple of months and are a serious clubber get yourself along there pronto. I think you'll understand why it will be missed
A word of warning, if you like your pop cheezy then stay away, you'll not enjoy the experience and should hang out in the West Instead.
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