16-18 Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel, London E1 1EW
- Whitechapel Underground Station (<0.1 km)
- Whitechapel Station (<0.1 km)
- South Bermondsey Station (0.6 km)
- Contact us:
020 7375 3774
7 reviews of Rhythm Factory in English
Went here on Saturday after Brick Lane about 3am - was a great place to end a great night, proper good music, crowd and guests. Great that it is free although gave a fiver donation to help keep supporting the nights they have. The DNB in the back rooms was heavy and apart from the smell this place is always good to go when out in east and all other clubs closing.
A small club space in Whitechapel, East London that holds club nights of various music styles from old skool to punk. Also a venue for live music sharing their space with local acts to big name bands and artists. Not of the nicest interior but all this adds to the grungy alternative vibe. Nice bar area upstairs for lounging in however which serves Thai food which I’ve yet to taste so can’t comment on! All in all a friendly place for a night out as long as the meatheads that follow certain acts aren’t in attendance, just ignore them!
nice club on whitechapel road, 2 main bars, with one big room with a stage and a smaller back room, very cheap drink, like £2.90 a beer, usually open from 10 till 6am. various parties such as old skool and drum and bass, dubstep.
The Rhythm Factory is a fairly downmarket venue in East London. It's primarily a pub but turns into a venue at night due to the back room with a stage and large soundsystem. I've only ever seen small Hoxton pretension-indie-rock bands play here, but flyers have assured me that a wide variety of events go on there, from dancehall to metal. It's not an overly beautiful place to be but it's fair for a night out if the bands are good.
The Rhythm Factory is an exception to the London Club scene,it's relaxed and buzzing with an energetic atmosphere, everyone is always welcome and wanted! The Rhythm Factory entrance is a lively front bar/coffee shop and restaurant with comfortable sofas and walls adorned with funky art and photographic works.
The back two rooms are home to the music which is live and kicking. The drum and base nights are excellent as is the monthly night held there called breaking bread for all true hip hop goings on. Each night is different music but always the best London has to offer from unsigned artists and acts.
Never a bad night always a memorable one makes the Rythum Factory my favorite!!!
The trendy Rhythm Factory known for it's showcasing of rock and techno talent is a lucky place to still be going after all these years.
Off Whitechapel Road in East London this venue has seen everyone from Pete Doherty try to set it on fire, to techno promoters bringing in the cream of the German techno crop to play here...
It's a nice club with good sound but bad service and a horrendous layout. The two rooms in the back start smelling like Student Unions by 2am and the drinks are a little bit overpriced.
However, I'm greatful for the Rhythm Factory as I know it's the one place I'll always hear good tunes and know where to go at 3am when nothing else is on...
Fun place when the indie kids are safely tucked away at home in bed...
Keep an eye out for the Süd parties there. Very rare.
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