CLUBS: CLUB OF THE WEEK; MILK N2 SUGARS @ the annexe
Saturday 27 November 1999
There's no tea to be had, but there's enough funky house to kick off any weekend with MN2S residents Miss Jools, Kenny Charles, Tom Dinsdale and Alan Jink Chamberlain.
MN2S used to run at The Cross before moving to Mass in Brixton. Their tenure in Brixton was short-lived but their recent move to The Annexe has seen hordes of revellers dancing the night away to deep, funky house with strong US undercurrents.
Diesel tore things up last week and George Morel headlines tonight - a real treat for anyone who loves quality tunes. For a mere pounds 10 tax you're definitely robbing them.
1 Dean Street, London W1 (0181-767 9923) Fri, 10pm-5am, pounds 8-pounds 10, pounds 5 after 3am.
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