Brixton’s Town Hall Parade is home to Electric Brixton, a celebrated London multi-purpose venue with a wealth of history.
Housed in an Edwardian building dating back to 1913 that previously hosted The Palladium Picture House cinema, live music venue The Ace, and more recently the legendary Fridge nightclub, it fuses together old & new, marrying the historical & original features with cutting-edge technologies.
The space has had a colourful history - eventually becoming a roller disco and later an important live venue in the Punk era, until its heyday as nightclub The Fridge which was operated as a party space from the mid-’80s up until 2010. This is a venue with a long tradition of entertaining an avant-garde, mixed, multi-cultural, and hedonistic audience, fondly remembered by several generations.
Amongst the many legends that have graced the stage at the venue throughout its existence are the likes of The Smiths, The Clash, New Order, Eurhythmics, Pet Shop Boys, Grace Jones, Marc Almond, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Jazzie B & Soul II Soul, King Tubby, and Keane.
COMING UP AT ELECTRIC BRIXTON
BRIXTON DISCO FESTIVAL
ELECTRIC BRIXTON, SW2, LONDON