It's lost some of its cutting edge in recent years, but the 333 is still a great venue, with basement scuzziness downstairs, and an ideal lounging and drinking space at the top. The music is entertainingly unexpected: the middle dancefloor might play host to dark drum'n'bass, while banging Italo-disco happens below and there are cheesy reggae classics above. No East End venue has inspired more silly styles, musical mayhem and general japery than this Shoreditch stalwart.
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