The Cross is reopening its doors on September 9 for the first time since its closure in 2007.
Based in King's Cross in London, the nightlife hotspot opened in 1993, known for its progressive house music, longstanding residencies and avid clubbers.
Dubbed 'The Cross 2.0', the club will now consist of six floors and offer a mixture of spaces for crowds to drink, dine and dance. Attendees can find a rooftop terrace, three bars and restaurants below, and underneath it all an underground basement club which will hold scheduled DJ line-ups each weekend.
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The original founder of The Cross, Billy Reilly, is behind the reopening of the venue, alongside managing director (and Billy's wife) Gemma Reilly.
“The Cross holds a special place in our hearts, so we wanted to be involved in every step of reopening this beloved institution," they explain. "From interiors, menus to the live music, this is still The Cross as we knew and loved it, but a renewed version, in keeping with modern times.”
Interior-wise, each of the six floors have eclectic designs, with exposed brick walls, reclaimed timber flooring, an entirely velvet room and hand-painted ceilings all up for show.
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For those more interested in dining, one of the three bars and restaurants - located on the first floor - will provide high-quality menus for a luxurious meal option, whilst the other two will provide small plates and cocktails for an ideal pre-club snack.
The Cross opens to the public on September 9, open between 5:PM and 2:AM on Tuesday through Thursday, and between 5:PM and 3:AM on Friday and Saturdays.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag's Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter