Brooklyn Mixer set to reopen on Monday

It’s been closed for over a month

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Bloc Party at Brooklyn Mixer is set to re-open its doors on Monday night, after being closed for almost a month. 

The club was shut down last month due to securities fears, following a number of ‘violent incidents’ at the premises. But last week a court order suggested that the club could reopen if it met a number of new security measures in order to vastly reduce the levels of violence.



Regular Block Party DJ’s will be taking to the decks on Monday and we’ve been promised some more of those amazing tribute nights, starting with a Dre birthday special, on Monday 29th February (Get ready to Fuck wit Dre).  Drinks prices are set to remain low with the return of £2.50 doubles and £1 shots.

Adam Stevenson, from club-night organiser Cool It, told the Tab: “We are delighted at the swiftness of our return to our home The Brooklyn Mixer, and can’t wait for the reopening party this Monday.

We would like to say thank you to Heebie Jeebies for housing us temporarily and allowing us to keep throwing massive Monday nights over the last few weeks.”

 First-year Lawyer, Becky O’Rourke is thrilled. She told the Tab: “It was ridiculous closing in the first place. £2.50 doubles is going to be dangerous, I can’t wait to get lit!”