The Importance of the Agent of Change Principle for UK’s Nightlife

Some bit of news that might have been lost in the shuffle recently, but it seems that the Agent of Change principle is something that is going to included into UK Planning Laws moving forward, which is great for the London Nightlife scene. Essentially, the Agent of Change principle means that the responsibility/onus of any … Continue reading The Importance of the Agent of Change Principle for UK’s Nightlife

Venue Review – Printworks, SE1

One of the biggest new venues launched this year, Printworks is a huge former printing press-turned-superclub/events space. At a time where nightlife/event venues in London have been placed in jeopardy for a variety of reasons, Printworks sprung up (seemingly out of nowhere) and has become a focal point for daytime events of all sizes. It … Continue reading Venue Review – Printworks, SE1

Opinion – Why The ‘696 Form’ Wasn’t Working & Scrapping It Was A Good Idea

Last week, London's Mayor Sadiq Khan and the Night Czar Amy Lame had announced that the controversial Met Police Form 696 had been scrapped:- https://twitter.com/nightczar/status/928992027999653888 Form 696 was a risk-assessment Form that a Venue and a Promoter of an Event would have had to fill out, but only if the event featured ‘a MC or … Continue reading Opinion – Why The ‘696 Form’ Wasn’t Working & Scrapping It Was A Good Idea