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Ministry of Sound Bomber

Our iconic MA-1 Bomber Jackets were originally worn by security staff when the club opened in 1991. Over the years they've been gifted to some of the world's biggest DJs and have even popped up in critically acclaimed sitcom People Just Do Nothing. A very limited run of only 300 jackets has been reproduced. Available in three colourways and featuring a High-vis orange lining, get them before they're gone.

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Groove Odyssey T-Shirt

Represent soulful house crew Groove Odyssey and look the part for David Morales on Sat 29th December. This 100% cotton logo tee comes in both white and black colourways.

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The Annual Classical Tickets

On Saturday 26th January we're teaming up with a 50-piece orchestra to take over the Royal Festival Hall for a night of dance classics like you've never heard them before. Not London based? Don't worry we're taking this show on the road! Manchester, Birmingham, Nottingham and Liverpool dates already confirmed.

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Glitterbox / Defected Jacket

Our buddies over at Defected are celebrating twenty years of amazing house and disco events. Featuring four velcro patch panels, each jacket can be customized to represent Defected, Glitterbox or both,

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Sigala Brighter Days Signed Vinyl

Sigala's debut album dropped earlier this year to rave reviews. Featuring a staggering six Top 10 records. By far the most handsome version of the release is this limited edition 12-inch on colour-splatted vinyl. The man himself has even signed it for you!

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Apple Music Subscription

A subscription to Apple Music gets you, or a loved one, exclusive access to all Ministry of Sound playlists, compilations and mixes. For this first time ever, 2018 will also see our flagship The Annual compilation hosted on the service.

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Failing all that you can always give the gift of a banging night out over on our club listings page.


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