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  • #1048792
    DaftFader
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    It is with great sadness, that I must inform you that seOne London ceased trading on Monday Afternoon, 22nd February 2010.

    After 8 Long, hard and exciting years, seOne London has fallen victim to the recession and hard times felt in Nightclubs all over the UK.


    *Is closed

    :crazy:

    #1223759
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    dance with the devil they call the tunes (or for the music to stop as the case may be)

    I’ve got one of these citizencards (I look young for my age and get caught out on challenge 21/25 occasionally) and my photo got stretched so look like a Borneo monkey 😥

    NO ID – NO ENTRY ‘Safer Clubbing London’

    12/11/09

    The seOne club operates a club scan policy!

    Please be aware that if you are coming to the seOne club for a nights clubbing, all customers are required to supply on entry a ‘verifiable’ form of ID. This is a condition of the venues license and ensures that all customers are over 18, and that they are who they say they are. Even if you are 30, you still need to show on entry ID.

    This is there for your safety and provides you with a safer clubbing environment.

    Please avoid disappointment on your night out and bring with an excepted form of ID!

    The Accepted Forms of ID are:

    Passport (all Nationalities)
    National ID card
    Driving License
    Provisional Driving License
    SIA Card

    OR

    citizen card.

    We hope you enjoy your next night at seOne London.

    #1223765
    DaftFader
    Participant

    yeah i was just saing to my mate that i think it had fuck all to do with the recession … purely due to the fact that they pull in so many people (and it’s not perticulaly cheep to get in or buy drinks) … it blatently has something to do with past events there (as in trouble) and licencing tightening up …

    #1223760
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    Can you really blame the Southwark Council or even the Met? If people beat each other up and shoot each other when they are supposed to be having fun most normal folk don’t think this is a good idea, and events and venues what lead to this tend to get shut down.. even 80 miles North East we’ve lost two club venues now because of rudeboys and their guns..

    As it is, the Capital South of the Thames (where I am originally from) is getting a global reputation as a moral cesspit of thugs and junkies and Boris Johnson the Great Khazi of Londonistan isn’t gonna stand for that especially when his mate Cameroon comes to power later this year, also its olympics in 2 years time so they will be wanting to “clean up” the area anyway..

    #1223769
    joshd96320
    Participant

    do u think conservative will get in power GL?

    #1223761
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    Maybe or a hung parliament (no overall control). I think London and the surrounding counties (South Essex for instance) will swing a lot more to the Conservatives than urban areas of Suffolk although the bumpkin areas tend to be a mixture of Tories and Greens.

    unfortunately I reckon whoever gets in they will still be rabid about law and order and “cleaning up broken britain” and so things like nightlife/partying will have to be a bit more subtle/sensible if they are to continue..

    #1223766
    DaftFader
    Participant

    @General Lighting 374178 wrote:

    Can you really blame the Southwark Council or even the Met? If people beat each other up and shoot each other when they are supposed to be having fun.

    no u can’t … alltho the last time i went to seOne (after all the new licencing tings id’s ect … ) the atmousphere and people seemed much nice than previously. alot less rude boys in there … i’m wondering if something else has happened there recently tho(mby small fights or something) to trigger this or wether it’s been in the pipe line for a while just under wraps.

    #1223767
    barnzy001
    Participant

    yeah i saw the news it pissed me off cos they advertised a event sold loads of tickets then decided to shut the event i brought tickets simple cos i aint been se1 in years now they moved it to fire in vauxhall i think they knew all along they would shut but knew they would sell more tickets if it is advertised to be at se1 (best of british and innovation)

    #1223768
    Soul glow Bro
    Participant

    i had soem good times there, synergy events …

    #1223770
    joshd96320
    Participant

    @General Lighting 374187 wrote:

    Maybe or a hung parliament (no overall control). I think London and the surrounding counties (South Essex for instance) will swing a lot more to the Conservatives than urban areas of Suffolk although the bumpkin areas tend to be a mixture of Tories and Greens.

    unfortunately I reckon whoever gets in they will still be rabid about law and order and “cleaning up broken britain” and so things like nightlife/partying will have to be a bit more subtle/sensible if they are to continue..

    i think i hope labour stays in power, coz although theyre shit tory is shitter.

    i think suffolk also has a fairly strong liberal following? lot of libdem support here

    #1223764
    GiantMidget
    Participant

    I hope the Loony party gets in power.

    #1223771
    joshd96320
    Participant

    @GiantMidget 374330 wrote:

    I hope the Loony party gets in power.

    :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1223758
    Anonymous

    yay

    #1223763
    leveret
    Participant

    shame. but it was never the same after it lost the intimate randomness of The Drome when the SE1 people took over.

    #1223772
    theworldismyeye
    Participant

    @Soul glow Bro 374254 wrote:

    i had soem good times there, synergy events …

    Me too. My first ever ‘proper’ clubbing experience was at a Synergy in 2007. I wish they had had a goodbye event or something. All seems rather sudden.

    #1223762
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    I thought synergy now had their own purpose built hippy centre for their events somewhere else in SE London (Camberwell sounds familiar for some reason)? what happened to it?

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