THEY SPIN YOU RIGHT ROUND: The capital’s coolest DJ booths
London, some would say, is the party capital of the world. Not only is it home to some of the best clubs and cocktails in the world, but many of the bars themselves are works of art.
And the latest trend helping bars bring the noise is disguised DJ booths, providing revellers with the perfect backdrop for impromptu drunken photo shoots on a night out.
From vintage pianos to hotdog stands, here is our pick of the quirkiest DJ booths to be found in London town.
25 Moorgate, London EC2R 6AR
Exuding quintessential British quirkiness, this bar is popular with regulars and newcomers alike. Recently revamped, the downstairs space of the bar, The Cellar, features an eye catching DJ booth constructed from red telephone boxes.
131 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 1QP
With an American style hotdog stand for a DJ booth, John Salt’s in Islington is as famous for its quirky décor and lively surroundings as it is for its mouth-watering grub. Popular with London’s trendy young foodies and lovers of hotdogs.
7 Torrens Street, London EC1V 1NQ
Commuters will feel right at home dancing next to this DJ Booth disguised as a London Tube train. Perfect for a night with an underground feel.
Old Compton Street, London W1D 5JL
Situated in the heart of Soho, this popular venue recently underwent a refurbishment, making the central location just one of the things going for this lively bar. With quirky décor, distinct spaces, booths and an epic Pornstar Martini sharer cocktail, the bar’s DJ booth is hidden behind a bookshelf in the upstairs gentleman’s lodge.