• London, United Kingdom

After our first date at Studio 338 SOLD OUT in a matter of minutes we are excited to announce a second date on Saturday 29th December, so that all of you who didn't get tickets first time around can join in the celebrations with us! 

Studio 338 has triumphantly reopened earlier this year, revealing better production, sound and design than ever before. We can't wait to bring elrow back to Studio 338 and mark this very special occasion, and we will be pulling out all the festive stops for a celebration to remember.

In fitting style, the festive party theme will be the UK debut of Chinese Row Year, the theme that launched our Ibiza season at Amnesia earlier this year. A kaleidoscopic journey of Eastern wonder, where the beautiful red lantern festival meanders past the Emperor's grand temple and Chinese dragons weave through the throngs of party goers. A parade of joy and unity, the opportunity to sign off 2018 and welcome in Chinese Row Year, in immersive elrow style, should not be missed.

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Tables Package includes:
Entry for 6
4 bottles of spirit/champagne
Q jump entry
Private bar (balcony area)
Table service

A further payment of £1500 is required on arrival per table.

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Studio 338 operates a door picker policy. This is not based on appearance, clothes, background etc...simply your attitude and reasons for wanting to join us. Please do not be offended if we ask you a few questions at the door and please understand that tickets do not guarantee entry.

Studio 338 is an 18+ venue. You must bring a physical copy of your Passport or Driving License. The venue will not accept any other form of ID and will not accept a photo of your ID on your device.

Last entry is 11pm.

The show
My inspired idea - travel with Chen to his birthplace in Huan Province, where they really know how to celebrate the Chinese ‘RowYear’. I needed an awesome party! After a serious dim-sum munchie session, his family gave me a red envelope containing money (it seems to be a tradition here).Then, under the light of the new moon, completely unrecognisable in my canine fancy dress (What else? It’s is the year of the dog after all!) a party beyond my wildest dreams!

They introduced me to Nian, an absolute beast who seemed to be looking for trouble, although I got the feeling that he just wanted to have a good time and dance. So, I danced the Dragon Dance with him to scare away the bad spirits and, well, I don’t know if it was the chinese lanterns, the red (which was everywhere), or maybe it was all those Baijius I was given, but I got a huge vibe of happiness and energy out of the whole party.

The end? What happened at the end was an ABSOLUTELY AWESOME explosive chaos! Chen’s mother said to me, “Welcome to China. In our culture the more people there are and the more racket there is, the more prosperous we’ll be.” So, I took her at her word and decided to throw my own party in elrow, with thousands of dancing party people making a mind-blowing amount of noise!
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