London's Studio 338 looks ahead to first events once the coronavirus crisis ends

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  • The Greenwich venue has planned ten weeks of parties, with slots for Home, Rinse, R&S and more for the other side of the pandemic.
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  • London venue Studio 338 has revealed its reopening programme for whenever the coronavirus crisis is over. The Greenwich club has ten weeks' worth of parties locked in at TBD dates, with slots for popular promoters such as Rinse, Space Ibiza, R&S Records, Sankeys, Toolroom, Idiot Savant and Home. Ten percent of all profits from these events will go to Cavell Nurses' Trust. Studio 338 presents another couple offers: one of these events (still TBC) will be free to all NHS staff, while anyone who declined a refund following the crisis will be offered a free ticket to a party of their choice from the series. "We have arranged and are now announcing our 'exit strategy,'" Dan Perrin, music and events director, says. "The plan for a huge ten-week celebration of life, something concrete that we can all look forward to." He adds: "I want to stress that we are in no way advocating for an early end to social distancing or anything like that. Safety and health come first, no argument. So this plan is to be put into place only once we are advised that it is safe for our guests to gather and dance." Find more information about Studio 338's 10 Weeks, including how to RSVP, here. Watch a trailer for the series.