MEET CALIGULA FRIDAY 8TH

They say
2010 has arrived. A new year! A new decade! London's hottest new party of 2009 is back to kick the year off with a series of parties with some of the city's hottest DJs.

The first guest DJ of the year is Andy Blake and, believe us, he is one of the most competent and knowledgeable DJs around. His vinyl record collection of 25,00+ is testament to his dedication in providing exactly right for any particular dancefloor on a particular night.

As well as his own monthly night, World Unknown, the places he's played reads like the quality, progressive die-for list of venues and parties – Panorama Bar, Berlin; Secret Sundaze; Horsemeat Disco; Croatia's Garden Festival; Club 69, Death Disco, Glasgow, Disco Bloodbath, Fabric, and it goes on…

The start of 2010 sees him playing in Oslo, Stockholm, Berlin, Sao Paolo and Rio de Janeiro, Australia, Belgrade, Moscow, Rome, and Cologne. And of course Caligula, London!

Joining him will be Caligula residents Robert Outch and Warboy.

It may be getting cold outside but Caligula is turning up the heat. Get near the cage and feel the fire. We're roaring to go!

DJs in the birdcage:
Andy Blake
Robert Outch
Warboy

£5 before 12.30. £8 after.

Open 11pm – 5am

The Bathhouse, 7-8 Bishopsgate Churchyard, EC2M 3TJ
To find the venue:
Go down the walkway by St Boltoph's church, close to Liverpool Street station. It's opposite the Heron Tower building site on Bishopsgate.
CALIGULA ON TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/caligulauk
CALIGULA FACEBOOK PAGE: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Caligula/85350046497#/pages/Caligula/85350046497

Caligula – the weekly Friday night out
'The London answer to Studio 54' – MTV
'Strides ahead in the cool stakes' – Time Out, London
The Bathhouse – 'London's hottest new venue' – Vogue.com
Included in Time Out's Very Best of London 2009

0 Comments

  1. Pandolf

    January 7, 2010 at 10:53 PM

    Not such a new party, actually.. Caligula has been running at the Bathhouse for months now. It attracts a cool young east-end crowd, a cross-section of the drag clown cohort, lots of photographers, sometimes questionable music and the venue is pretty neat. The queues get long after midnight and getting in can be a bit tricky if you don’t have the right look.

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