The Gallery celebrates its 20th birthday with a flagship anniversary party at Ministry of Sound on Friday 10 April and three other parties on The Road To The Gallery’s 20th. These include a free members’ party at Ministry on Friday 20 March, and an exclusive members party and one-off retrospective exhibition at Paperworks in Elephant & Castle on Friday 3 April.
What started off at Turnmills in 1995 for a one-off gathering of just 50 people is now based at Ministry of Sound after moving south of the river in 2008.
Having welcomed resident DJs down the years including Judge Jules, Sister Bliss of Faithless, Sander van Doorn, Tall Paul and Markus Schulz (the latter two of which are current residency holders), The Gallery gave London club debuts to some of the world’s biggest DJs, including Tiesto and Armin van Buuren amongst others.
Birthdays aren’t just for reminiscing about good times gone by. In addition to the weekly club shows, The Gallery will curate a number of special and one off events to begin the celebrations early, and to give something back to The Gallery faithful, as a thank you for their support over the past 20 years.
This road to the 20th anniversary culminates on Friday 10 April at Ministry of Sound, welcoming Gallery favourites W&W. The Dutch duo returns for a first time since December 2013.
Head to the birthday mini-site for more information, The Gallery timeline, memories and more: http://thegallery20.com/