Then, behind the stage there are stairs up to another level with a small bar. Think nights hosted by Rush Hour, Sub: Retrieved from " https: The first edition was a success and musically it was amazing. We came from a club without any facilities, so by comparison the Sugar Factory felt like getting into a warm bath and then being embraced by lovely, caring people. All-access pass to the top stories, events and offers around town.
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We mix talks, screenings, performance and clubbing into one night. Throughout the week there are a lot of parties that focus on being inclusive. We deliberately picked the Tolhuistuin for our club night, Progress Bar, which focuses on a more socially and politically aware take on club culture. There is a great creative energy around this whole building. The crowd is really open — whether you play house or techno, people follow your lead.
The balcony is particularly large and gives a great view down onto the stage. One club that deserves a special shout out is Claire, where I have a residency, and which has given me the opportunity to grow as a DJ. Years ago this building used to be a … sugar factory, but since the venue opened its doors in — near the centre of Amsterdam — it has been home to Wicked Jazz Sounds, our weekly Sunday club night. Gender, Sexuality and Style. Finally, a club in the north side of Amsterdam! The History of the Disc Jockey". With suggestions for every day of the week, our recommendations will keep you busy on any budget.