Posted on 1st May 2014

Werewolf Opens Its Doors

Werewolf Opens Its Doors

Setting a new standard for nightlife in the West End, Werewolf has just opened its doors, transforming the former jazz spot, Pigalle, known for its historic performances from The Beatles and Frank Sinatra, into a wild and exotic top nightlife hot spot.

With the design aspect featuring quirky 80’s design and classical art deco architecture, retaining some of the infamous features of the original building, the designers have encapsulated the soul of the venue perfectly. With homage to cult 80’s films throughout, mixed with art and culture features, the nightclub illuminates a new vibe to others already out there, and with a strong focus on impeccable service as well as an unforgettable night out, it’s set to be as popular and as quirky as the original.

With two spacious cocktail bars, two designated DJ booths, a huge dance floor and an exceptional vintage bottle collection, it’s all that you need for one of the most unforgettable nights of your life!

 

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