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418 Brixton Road, Brixton, London SW9 7AY
- Brixton Tube Station (<0.1 km)
- Clapham North Tube Station (1.1 km)
- Brixton Station (0.2 km)
- Loughborough Junction Station (0.9 km)
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020 7733 0926
68 King William Street, London EC4N 7DZ
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20 reviews of Plan B in English
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Hadn't been to Plan B in ages, and went back this weekend. They've completely changed the inside to how I remembered it. Seems much more spacious with loads more room to dance. Good crowd and a great atmosphere. I'd forgotten how good a place it is.
Went here on Saturday night after going the Brixton Academy. The queue was huge so we thought everyone must be here for a reason. Thank god we were right. Amazing atmosphere, and the DJ was absolutely brilliant, really keeping the crowd jumping. Will definitely go again for a big night out.
Ended up in here a couple of weeks ago before a gig at Brixton Academy. Although is was rammed to the rafters when we walked past on the way home several hours later, when we were in there about 8pm there was practically tumbleweed rolling around at our feet.
We must have been much too early any kind of exciting shenanigans, and as a result there wasn't much in the way of atmosphere. But a stop-off for a quick drink and a bit of banter, it was fine and dandy; happy hour prices (2 for 1 on tequila), comfy booths and plenty of places to sit and have a natter.
Service was slow considering how empty it was, so I wouldn't be too convinced that they can handle bar queues when it's busier, but with everywhere else nearby mobbed even at that early hour, it was an adequate stop-off for refuelling before our night began.
I had the pleasure of DJ'ing in this newly refurbished venue, deep in the heart of Brixton, South London.
The Funktion One sound system in this venue is frikkin awesome in both rooms.
The vibe and atmosphere the intelligent lighting system creates is second to none.
Plan B is definitely a venue to check out South of the river.
Cool little place in Brixton, I think they have done it up since I went and re-opened but it was sweet the two times I went.
Akira the Don and DJ Yoda played so the nights i went were of a hip hop bent, no idea what other nights it has down here.
Plan B in Brixton is quite a trendy club. Most people are well dressed and are there to be seen.
The music policy is usually house music and the DJs are really talented. I have not heard a DJ as good as when I was last there.
The door policy is fairly strict, so it is important to dress well - smart and sexy is the code.
My first time out in Brixton and I was lucky enough to hit on Plan B. I couldn’t believe it when they played Welcome to the Jungle, Killing in the Name and Thirty Nine Problems. Inspired.
I can’t comment on the other nights (this was a Thursday), but this place had a really good atmosphere, really great setup and layout, and the staff were pretty friendly. Definitely going to be checking it out on a House night.
Make sure you are ready to "bust a cap" when you are in this neighbourhood. Brixton is not for the faint hearted. Plan B is fun though. Bouncers can be rude, but generally i have always had fun here. Excellent standard of music and open late compared to most clubs in this area. Make sure you hit Morley's Chicken afterwards. It's amazing!
PS. Watch out for Bert and Ernie in Plan B. They like to get down.
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aLii, 25 July 2008:
Didn’t enjoy my time at Plan B. Granted I’m not a massive hip hop fan but I thought it was bloody rubbish there! It was hot, smelly and had an overly aggressive atmosphere.
The only reason it doesn’t get one star is because of the amazing clearing up of a broken bottle by the staff that made the wimbledon ball boys look slow and inefficient. I’m pretty sure three bar staff were there with brooms, torches and warning signs before the bottle hit the ground. Incredible.
So it’s not worth going unless you want to ‘accidently’ drop a bottle and be amazed.
I went to Plan B on a friday when they usually play hip hop, rnb, soul, dancehall and reagge. Plan B felt alot like one of them teenage dance movies where there always is a dancebattle in a club lol. The dancefloor was a large area sunken down with plenty of seating areas around it. This way you could see everyone and it makes the club look more packed which can be a good thing.
I believe Plan B is one of them clubs you kind of have to know how to dance, you need to know the basics of modern hip hop culture etc.
Know the following : Willy Bounce, Souljah Boy, ChiChi man and dutty wine (if you are a girl) lol.
Pro’s: Absolutely great music, fun and good looking crowd, free entrance, nice dancefloor with goot light effects.
Con’s: Very Hot, extremely smelly. (however its worth it)
I just rented B-low, Plan B’s room downstairs for a party. It cost £200 for the hire which you get back if you spend £2k on the bar. In comparison I looked at two trendy pubs in angel which would have cost me £150 and you get nothing back, no where near as good, doesnt even come close…...We had 2 bar man and security guard to stop intruders coming in and I have to say my party absolutely rocked! Ok I did have a good DJ but the venue is awesome. It can fit between 50 - 100 people, there’s plany of seating and littlw tables, a raised area with cosy corners, the sound system is brilliant and conveniently there are both male and female toilets in the room so everything is self-contained. The only downside to my night was the clipboard person on the door who didnt match the cool, down to earth vibe at plan b, they needed to be in a west-end club or something….they didnt create the right impression for the club as a whole. So, if you want to celebrate this is definately a good place to do it but just dont tell everyone otherwise if I try to book it again it will be fully booked!
Plan B is off the chain! This Brixton club is certainly one of the best in the area. You can enjoy some good soul, old school hip hop and funk over there.
As far as I'm concerned, I usually go there on Fridays but I heard that the atmosphere is as great on Saturdays and Sundays too.
Plan B is one of Brixton's coolest clubs, with wicked music each night and a regular b boy throwdown makes Plan B an ace place for entertainment on a thursday through to sunday evening.
Friday night is cool electronic music and other nights are everything in between hip hop to house.
The drinks are a little pricey but the atmosphere is cool and vibrant!
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