Conscious clubbing in the West

Getting home at 4pm instead of 4am…. the unexpected bonus of going to a rave that starts at 10am

Morning Gloryville West is the brain child of Sam Moyo and Nico Theoeme. They wanted to bring us conscious clubbing – that is clubbing with a clear head – no booze or other mood altering substances. This concept is brilliantly executed by Saul and the team on the last Saturday of every month at Notting Hill’s Mode. They have put together a welcoming, colourful, eclectic affair that includes hula hooping, good coffee, handmade chocolates, yoga, kids and most importantly genuine clubbers…

There was a good sized crowd, who were relaxed, cheerful and ready to dance. @djjoshuaroberts and @krystalroxx absolutely nailed the music. They dropped everything from classics such as Candi Staton’s ‘You Got the Love’ ’ to an innovative reimagining of Paul Simon’s ‘You Can Call Me Al’. Kitty Roxx knows how to get the crowd moving. Joshua Roberts is one to watch – he is currently on tour around the UK.

Like all good clubs they even had an after party – at bainmarieblog. Seems that day time raves are the way forward, and all you have to do is go to the end of the Portobello Road, instead of hopping a flight to Ibiza. next on Saturday 231st October from 9am-1pm.  morninggloryville

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