The Beams venue recently opened with a music programme that was put together by Broadwick Live in partnership with LWE, two London promoters and musical curators. Michael Bibi hosted the season opener on 1 October, presenting his new ELOVATE club night with special guest Hot Since 82.
The Beams Centre for New Culture, in the heart of the Royal Docks, has been created by Broadwick Live - the group behind some UK venues, events and creative development projects.
The venue breathes new life into 55,000 sq feet of industrial space that will now will act as a testbed for culture in all its forms. The partnership reunites the team behind the music season that opened Printworks London, another Broadwick venue back in 2017.
Shows later in the season include Patrick Topping and Denis Sulta, who will also be teaming up for a marathon ten-hour B2B session in The Beams’ main room as part of SIDEXSIDE, whilst audiences can expect to see Honey Dijon’s Radiance event series, which merges flavours of house with various sub-genres of disco and more. She will be joined by Dan Shake, whose mix ranges from sparky acid to Brazilian samba, funk to heavyweight house, as well as being supported by Mr G Live, Natasha Diggs, Eliza Rose and more.