2005

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2005
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Fridge

Didn't go to Slimelight on Saturday night, I went to a different club that wasn't at Gossips or Electric Ballroom!

Went to the venue called Fridge in Brixton, a night called Anti-World, a techno club. During the day my housemate took me to a goth's house near Angel Islington, and we hung around all day. Insane perky goths! Went to a bar, then to Fridge.

Night was ok. Music was good. I danced very much, and heavily. Still got big scars on my legs to prove it! The venue only had one dance floor, quite big, but intensely overcrowded.

Compared to Slimelight it was hotter, more crowded, less diverse, less interesting, much more expensive (£2:50 for a bottle of water that didn't even have a "tap" on top!). It sold food! Like burgers, chips, etc, all night! Wow! Didn't buy any, but that's great :-)

Due to boredom (great music, but very little eye candy!) we all left at 4am or so (the venue stayed open until a respectable 6am).

Great place, wouldn't go again, it's a bit pale in comparison to multiplie-floor beautiful nightclub Slimelight.

I'm not sure why I'm asking you this - 'cept you seem to be a fairly objective sort of guy (I don't recognize you).

And its a weird question.

But whats the oldest person you've come across at Slimes?

Some 50 year old guy in a leather jacket who is there every single week, he sits in the cafe room upstairs.

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