One of South London’s best nightclubs, Electric Brixton opened its doors in September 2011, replacing the old venue, The Fridge, after an impressive restoration of 1 million pounds. Most of the original architectural features have been preserved, while the modern, sleek touches only highlighted the grandiose look. A perfect entertainment venue with a 2.000 people seating capacity, Electric Brixton is based in Town Hall Parade, and it hosts a variety of large-scale club events, from rock concerts to live shows, receptions, dance nights and famous DJs live acts. Perfect for an all-nighter!
Electric Brixton is well-situated near various public transport stations, so depending on your departure point, you can easily choose any transport mode that is more convenient to you.
By train and tube: the dance venue is located just up the road from Brixton Underground Station, at a 5-minute walk distance, so it’s really easy to get there. For buses, you have the Lambeth Town Hall and St. Matthew’s Church stops, both within reach and with disabled facilities.
By car: choosing the personal car to get to Electric Brixton is a great idea that should not cause you any trouble.
International: Brixton Underground Station is the landing point, regardless the international airport you’re coming from, which is very convenient. A ride from Gatwick International Airport will take you about 50 minutes: take the Southern Railway to Victoria Station then take the tube to Brixton, where you’ll only have a 5-minute walk to the venue. At Heathrow, take the Piccadilly line to Green Park Station then change the Victoria line to get to Brixton.
There are several parking areas near the venue, free of charge in the evenings. There is Tesco, with spaces for Blue Badge holders, within a 4-minute walk distance and Canterbury Crescent, also nearby.
Access for people with special needs
Apart from the parking space with disabled access nearby, the venue has wheelchair access but only on the lower level, as well as disabled toilets on the same level.