8-10 Brewer St, London, London, W1F 0SE
- Tel: 020 7734 3040
Madame JoJo's is a night club hosting cabaret nights, school disco nights, drag nights, and live music nights.
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- Live Music
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09/12/2008 by Pasty
Some very famous clubs are closing their doors at the moment (credit crunch Christmas, Dec 08). Some of these are past their moment, overpriced or their clientele has changed for the worse. I've given Madame Jojo's 5 stars because it's unique, and every event I've been to there has fitted perfectly into its ambience. Of course it's very Fifties inside but that gives it a timeless quality and the place has a strong character which makes it warm and welcoming. There are some excellent long running club nights here but also they've brought back Berlin-style cabaret which suits the place as it's so small and intimate. Madame Jojo's will never go out of fashion and everyone ought to go there to see what a real old Soho nightclub is like!Report this
13/11/2008 by laurapeel
Been many times to this great nightclub that has the best atmosphere, great music and fantastic location right in the heart of Londons famous Soho. The venue has a variety of events, something for everyone, like White Heat for those who like independent music, they are constantly introducing new bands for those who get tired of whats mainstream out there!! Another great night is on Saturdays, Kitsch Cabaret which holds lots of old school music and lots of glitz and glamour. Perfect for hen nights, it's definately a must!! Did I also mention that the decor is amazing? Very vintage art deco :):)Report this
10/02/2007 by robeberstein
A very entertaining evening recently. The girls I was with were mesmerized by Miss Sahara's legs "it's not fair when men have betterlegs than women!". The service was good, performers good, though the girls enjoyed the sailor stripper at the start more than anyuthing else. Overall a fun evening, though expensive for what it was.Report this
Eclectic, Hot and Sweaty
29/10/2006 by annika
I had already heard loads of stuff about this club in the heart of Soho but only made it there myself last Friday. It really is different from the white leather Soho bars and the pretentious crowd most of us would rather avoid on a Friday night - and it def is a great place to go if you feel like dancing away all night. On Friday nights they have a night of 'legendary deep funk' with super-danceable music from the 'last five decades of black American music'. The place itself is dark, the walls are covered in weird mirrors and dark-red suede/velvet and there are super-comfy sofas all around, which altogether gives the club a super-loungy atmosphere. From what friends told me, it always seems to be pretty packed. But on Friday there always seemed to be enough room to boogie away on the sunken dancefloor at the back, to watch some of the best breakdancers I certainly have seen on these shores and jazzophiles strut their stuff and generally have a great time. Noone is taking him/herself too seriously here, which is probably the secret 'je ne sais quoi' about this little Soho gem. The place closes at 3am and is conveniently located to grab a panino at Bar Italia on the way home...Report this
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