Printworks London has announced the addition of a new room to coincide with its fall 2021 grand reopening. Inkwells, as it’s been dubbed, boasts a capacity of 5,000 and is located below the main hall. It will function as a third room throughout the whole season to expand the club’s music programming.
“Inkwells will feature lighting focused on complementing the industrial architecture of the room, highlighting the historical ink distribution pipes, pillars, and electrical services within the space,” reads a statement on the Printworks London homepage. “Stacks of speakers and subs will be staggered across the room to give maximum sound coverage and clarity.”
“The launch of Inkwells has been many months in the making and is a sign of our desire to ensure the reopening season is Printworks’ best to date,“ it goes on. “The Redacted reopening weekend and launch of Inkwells mark a new chapter for Printworks London as we prepare to welcome our community back to the dance with an experience unlike anything else.“
From September 17th onwards, Printworks is slated to reopen its doors after 18 months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The programming through late December has already been announced; guests can catch performances Adam Beyer, Green Velvet, and Modeselektor amongst others. Tickets are already sold out for most events.
Printworks London first opened its doors for the public in January 2017. Including Inkwells, it now contains three rooms.
Find additional information on the Printworks London website.