The Gallery

Birthday Countdown Pt 2

Read part 2 of our journey through the history of London's longest running club night.
 

The Gallery is the longest running club night in the capital. They've been taking over Ministry of Sound every Friday for the past six years and next weekend will see them reach an amazing nineteen years on the scene! Ahead of their birthday party with W&W in The Box this Friday, Nish Palawan is back for part 2 of our tour through Gallery history.

Check out Part 1 here


Nish: We start off part 2 in 2004, with the one and only Paul Oakenfold!


The lovey Lottie giving us a smile in the T2 back in 2005.


The main bar in Turnmills in all its 2006 glory.


Tall Paul and his brother Danny, from either the year 2007 or 2008! Answers on a postcard…


2008, and it’s the last dance in postcode EC1 before we found our new home at Ministry of Sound!


After moving south of the river, here is The Gallery’s first ever Ministry of Sound flyer, to sum up all the good times.


This artwork from 2010, combines different pieces from the works of Salvador Dali together. Most definitely excellence in the art of sound!


Gareth Emery raises the roof, for our 2011 opening party. See you in a few weeks Gazza! (Friday May 16th 2014 to be exact).


The 103 gets deep, down and frisky in 2012. Just how we like it!


W&W headline the 2013 closing party - arguably the best Gallery night of recent times. Really looking forward to "putting those Ws up", at the 19th birthday celebrations!


Come celebrate with The Gallery this Friday at their 19th Birthday Party with W&W



24 Apr 2014