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New London club Orange Yard to reopen with Mike Dunn and Chelina Manuhutu

The Soho club initially opened a few months before the pandemic shut down nightlife

  • Tope Olufemi
  • 14 May 2021
New London club Orange Yard to reopen with Mike Dunn and Chelina Manuhutu

London nightclub Orange Yard, founded in November 2019, has announced plans to reopen on May 17 and line-up details.

The club underwent refurbishment since closing, and has returned with a line-up featuring the likes of Mike Dunn, Chelina Manuhutu, Amine Edge & Dance, Viken Arman, Kevin de Vries and Brina Knauss.

The Soho club is equipped with a Funktion-One soundsystem, and features an outdoor terrace and an inside dancefloor for 300 people. Wood-panelled walls and neon lights are set to take club-goers into an entirely different environment.

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The club’s owners are sharing in the excitement of clubbers around the easing of coronavirus restrictions, saying:

"We are over the moon to be reopening on May 17th for our series of socially distanced shows, featuring international as well as local London talent. We have recently renovated our Funktion One system to provide unmatched sound clarity across the full breadth of the dance floor, making Orange Yard the perfect space to experience house music in the West End, with an unparalleled sound and musical experience."

Viken Armen is set to appear on July 2, with Mike Dunn will be performing on July 31st. Brina Knauss and Chelina Manuhutu are playing on September 17 and 24 respectively.

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The club boasts a solid line-up from now until the end of summer, with Lost Paradiso, Frame, Eastern Grooves, La Dense, Way Out, Oscillate, Deep Into Soul, Care3, Disturbia, Concrete Music, Danza curating special events.

You can find more information about the club here.

Tope Olufemi is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow them on Twitter

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