REVIEW: Big Apple Brixton -1970’s NYC with immersive productions, street food, day & night parties and disco yoga!


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Big Apple Brixton is the perfect replacement for Brixton Beach Boulevard- a firm favourite amongst Londoners. The team behind this summer pop-up and South Pole Saloon have come back with a 1970s New York themed day and night party from October 27th – 1st January.

The rooftop venue will give visitors the experience of travelling back to New York City circa 1977 – with cabaret performances, American street food vendors and disco yoga classes.

There’s electricity in the air tonight and the streets themselves feel alive – because this the city that never sleeps, where the party never stops and the night is always young.

Opened in October, Big Apple Brixton will host three themed indoor bars and one themed nightclub based on iconic venues from 1970s New York City. There are also four private rooms available for private hire including a barbershop, record store, Latino chapel and peep show.

The rooftop venue will feature day and night parties, music line-ups including internationally renowned hip hop, disco and house artists, American street food vendors and seasonal cocktails.

There will be a choice of four different food vendors on site as well as roasts and a Bloody Mary bar on Sundays.

Mac to the Future return to the Brixton rooftop this winter with their usual mac n cheese pots, toasties and festive treats.

Burger Bear are coming in with their delicious beef patty burgers packed with their famous relish.

Grandmaster Slice are your traditional NYC pizza slices, also serving up full sized pizzas and Plucky’s have buttermilk fried chicken with deep fried halloumi nuggets.

Aside from day and night parties and food offerings, Big Apple Brixton will also play host to disco yoga classes on Monday evenings as well as hip hop fuelled exercise classes on Tuesday evenings.