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Following licensing battles and annual upgrade, Ministry plots party weekend

By | Published on Friday 24 January 2014

Ministry Of Sound

Having fought the planning laws and won its right to party, however much noise that might result in (within reasonable limits, obviously), south London club Ministry Of Sound is kicking into action this weekend with two big club nights, which will also show off some recent refurbs at the uber-venue, including a new larger courtyard, VIP suite and two new balconies. Big up the balconies.

Having resolved long-running issues with the developers behind a new residential set-up due to be built adjacent to the clubbing venue, Ministry boss Lohan Presencer told CMU: “We’re pleased that the situation surrounding the Eileen House site has been resolved and we’re grateful for the support shown by the dance and wider music community. We remain focused on putting on a fantastic programme of events to ensure we continue to be the best club in the world”.

While on the recent refits, he added: “Ministry Of Sound has always been about renewal. Upgrading the venue is an annual project for us and each year we look at improving the experience for the hundreds of thousands of clubbers who come here”.

And as for those aforementioned parties, tonight it’s all about an Anjunabeats showcase featuring Super8 & Tab, Jaytech, Boom Jinx, Prok & Fitch, while the party-athon will carry on tomorrow with one of club’s ‘Saturday Sessions’ events, this featuring Danny Avila, Third Party and in-Ministry DJ, Patrick Hagenaar.