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Another party that successfully attempts to integrate, while keeping a contemporary music policy, is Thunder at The Waiting Room in Stoke Newington.
Its line-ups feature cult DJs (Neville Watson, Sven Weisemann, Patrice Scott) whose sophisticated blends of both classic and modern house music are appreciated by old-school and new-school dance fans alike. It’s not about a thousand 18 to 25-year-olds wearing sunglasses in a warehouse listening to Hot Creation records.
‘We used to go clubbing quite a lot but we had kids and now we feel like we don’t fit into the club scene anymore,’ she says of herself and her friends, echoing the concern that there can be a stigma attached to being an over-forties clubber.
‘You have to book a babysitter, trek into the West End, queue to get in and not even know whether you’ll be let in because you look a bit older.’ At Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet, there is no such snooty door policy, but its crowd of late thirties to fifties movers and shakers take the party’s ’70s vibe quite literally.
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