Long standing iconic venue Ruby Rabbit & Future Entertainment will be hosting weekly â€ Fanclub Fridays’ in their newly transformed â€ lunar room’ on level one, starting this Friday 3rd April. A talented line-up of artists will feature live each week in this converted virtual cosmos, where every dimension, from the walls, floor and ceiling, to bar top and furniture are swathed in stars, planets and moons.
The launch weekend will also give punters the opportunity to retreat to the newly finished â€ Houndstooth Room’ on the ground floor, for more personalised service in this relaxed New York style cocktail lounge.
With the lack of anything worthy of leaving your couch for on a Friday night of late, tiny rays of space sparks have hit the completely revamped Ruby Rabbit and created what will soon become your weekly Friday local.
With three different levels and lots of cosmic love, Fridays at rabbit will provide you with that little bit of encouragement to put yo tap dancing shoes on and get amongst it. From the top, De Nom Nom will keep your glasses full and keep dem hips a swaying to the beats of the jamming disco nonsense kind, with residents U-Go-B, Magic Happens plus guests from here and there. The first floor is where your club thirst will be quenched with solid club jams (no techno) from open till close, this will be the place to let your demons out. Headed by Dangerous Dan and his galaxy of friends, this all new space is certain make you feel at home again. And for those retirees we have two very intimate VIP rooms where you can plug your ipod in and be your own god.
Where: Ruby Rabbit, level one (231 Oxford St, Darlinghurst)
When: Friday 3rd April, 2009 (10pm till late) and weekly from now on.
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Also launching weekly from this Saturday get your double dose of dance floor magic at YELLOW a new night launched by Future Entertainment, Ruby Rabbit and De Nom. Featuring the following first class DJs on a weekly rotation: Goodwill, Bagraiders, The Aston Shuffle, Hook N Sling, John Glover, Nick Foley (Melb), Humpday Project, Graz, Bass Kleph, Dan De Caires, Wax Motif, Bobby Disco, Spruce Lee, Redial, Anna Lunoe, Hey Now, Josh Flanagan, Keli Hart, Act Yo Age, Sweatshop Boys, Chris Fraser, Jeff Drake, Trent Rackus, Steve Lind and more.
All of a sudden the Autumn weekends have brightened up!