Had a very mixed experience here - on the whole I would file this on 'would not make it my regular / would only come back if there was a specific act I want to see here'
Can't fault the club, if the music was better it would have been a rockin' night
+ Check-in quick and efficient with pre-ordered tickets
+ Lots of different rooms and two outdoor sections
+ Location is exactly the distance away from King's Cross that it takes to drink one traveller
+ Bar service friendly/efficient
+ falafel served at downstairs restaurant tasty
-coat check organized into two sections
+when it was good, the music was good
- the main headliner managed to train wreck twice in one set, the guys playing upstairs on the top floor wrecked more times than i could count
- event photographer crunching up right in the middle of the dancefloor in the middle of the headliner's set pushing people out of the way and setting up photos in front of the DJ booth
+Some friendly people out to dance and be crazy
-x2 lots of drunk bros crashing through the middle of the dance floor getting in the way of the dancing
- lots of drunk bros asking me if i have drugs esp. after 4 am - bearing in mind I'm wearing a shirt saying 'DON'T TAKE DRUGS'
The above two minuses are about par for the course and on a level with what goes on in other London superclubs. I think something about the semi-remote location keeps such people invested in staying out where in a more central location they would probably turn out at 3:30 (as in most other clubs I have visited in London)