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Nightclub 338 and Kopparberg reveal indoor enchanted Forest make over



South East London nightclub Studio 338 and Swedish cider giant Kopparberg will partner up this autumn to give party-goers the ultimate forest experience. Launching October 4 ‘The Forest’ comes from the team behind Dalston’s popular ‘Urban Forest’ this summer. For their latest leafy ventue expect to unearth an indoor forest under the terrace complete with trees and ivy, with features like a living wall and video mapping and of course a variety of Kopparberg flavors to experience.

Up and coming events in the forest include Sankeys’ presents Tribal Sessions ‘Forest Rave, Suara ‘Cats of the Forest’ and Studio 338 very own party Together at the Threshold.

Check out the line ups below!


Sankeys ‘Open Air Car Park & Terrace Summer Closing Party’Tania Vulcano | Darius Syrossian | Julian PerezDoors: 20.00 – 07.00£5.00 – £20.0027.09.2014

Watergate ‘Terrace Takeover’Tiefschwarz | Alex Niggeman | Marco Resmann | Ruede Hagelstein (live) | Lee Jones | La Fleur Doors: 23.00 – 7.00£10.00 – £

Studio 338 presents ‘Into the Forest’Groove Chronicles | Sunship | My Favorite Robot (live) | A1 Bassline | West Norwood Casette | Ste Roberts + Special GuestDoors: 20.00 – 07.00£5.00 – £20.0011.10.2014

Sankeys presents Tribal Sessions ‘Forest Rave’Andrea Oliva | Darius Syrossian | Charlie Hedges | Jozef KDoors: 18.00 – 07.00£12.50 – £25.0018.10.2014

Suara ‘Cats of the Forest’ Coyu | Pleasurekraft | Camea | Phaelah Doors: 22.00 – 07.00£10.00 – £20.0025.10.2014

Studio 338 presents Together at the ThresholdSpecial Guest 1 | Special Guest 2 | The Field (live) | Jonas Kopp | Forward Strategy Group | FJAAKDoors: 20.00 – 07.00£15.00 – £20.00


Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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