Operated by the team behind Brixton's The Prince Of Wales, Phase will have a 4am licence
Croydon is getting a brand new venue next month in the shape of Phase, a 500-capacity club and arts space that's the brainchild of The Lambeth Group, who own and operate The Prince Of Wales in nearby Brixton.
Phase will feature two club rooms plus a studio space, the former kitted out with a Coda Audio soundsystem. Live music and comedy will form the backbone of the entertainment during the week, but weekends will be given over to club nights, complete with a 4am licence.
No details have been announced yet re: line-ups, but we're told to expect "a balanced and inclusive programme which seeks to bring together the leading, rising and most vibrant talents from the field of electronic music." The venue will also host community arts projects, working in association with local charities.
Marcus Harris, of Croydon council's cultural regeneration programme Croydon Music City, said: "A venue of the size and versatility of Phase, and the fact that they are offering opportunities to local artists, DJs and promoters, represents a welcome addition to Croydon’s musical ecosystem."
For further information, see Phase's own website.