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Address: 17 Watling Street, London, EC4M 9BB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27671) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Mansion House (0.1 miles), St. Pauls (0.2 miles), Cannon Street (0.2 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Bank (0.3 miles), Tower Gateway (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Cannon Street (0.2 miles), Blackfriars (0.4 miles), City Thameslink (0.5 miles)

Chain: Reflex

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 12 users)
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Did the friday after halloween last year, great time was had, we all went in fancy dress, rather than 80s gear. Might even return in April for my birthday!
Spartakoos - 10 Feb 2008 12:38
Oh, and yes I know the book was 1984 - see what this place has done to my brain!
RogerB - 3 Sep 2006 20:17
Ah the 80�s, a decade I mostly missed through inebriation. A time when the Barclays Premiership was just Division 1, the Carling Weekend was the Reading Rock Festival and Big Brother was a book. In fact most of the people I encountered in here wouldn�t remember the 80�s if you hit them on the head with a Rubik Cube. This is not a place for a quiet beer and a chat (for beer read lager). This is a place where the girls go to dance and the fellers go to watch the girls who go to dance. If your 80�s consisted of sweaty nights at the Marquee watching the delights of prog rock and the evolution of death metal then you should avoid at all costs. If your tastes are more Wham!, Witney and clapping along to Radio Ga Ga then dig out that old Frankie Says T-Shirt, join the lengthy queue outside and prepare to be mightily impressed by the tackiness. You can even save yourself �2 by taking along your own inflatable guitar providing the doormen don't confiscate it first. The one certain thing is that you will leave with perforated ear drums, burnt retinas, a blinding headache and a dented wallet.
RogerB - 2 Sep 2006 09:29
What a crazeee place! Like walking on to the set of a whacky kids TV programme! Multicolour lighting above AND below you! 80s music galore! A balcony to watch the mayhem from a safe distance before you decide to join in. But you really have to be in the mood to let yourself go. Staff do dance routines! By the look on their faces they are either mortified about this or calmly resigned to their duty. Can�t believe this place isn�t more well known though and I would love to meet the person whose �concept� it was. So get on down there and �Walk Like An Egyptian�!
Butcher - 24 Mar 2006 18:16
Who is that miserable old barman- started an argument with us because he got our drinks order wrong. Quite liked it apart from that
anonymous - 10 Mar 2006 01:03

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