This iconic London institution celebrates its 30th anniversary this November with a legendary line-up of events that honour its famed history and heritage.
On Saturday 4th November the club will commemorate Glitterati - its famed in-house night, featuring Judge Jules, Sister Bliss, Danny Rampling on the decks and Luke Neville & Seb Fontaine. All proceeds from that event will go to WellChild, a UK charity set up to help seriously ill children.
On Saturday 18th November it’s 18 years of Vertigo, one of the venue’s most iconic club nights, with legendary Italian DJ David Piccioni alongside Vertigo residents Walter S, Giacomo Moras, Claudio Basile, Davide Decay, Micky Galliano and Francis Galante.
Joining the line up will be the return of Fiction, which first opened the doors at The Cross in In February 2000. Thanks to the electric atmosphere provided by a mixed orientation, cosmopolitan crowd and incredible sets played by resident DJ’s, Fiction soon became the place to be on Fridays. They will be bringing their Friday nighter back to Saturday 25th November, with original DJs Justin Ballard, Harj & Miguel Pellitero billed to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of The Cross. The night will re-creating a glimpse of those special days in the naughties with all the proceeds will be donated to MIND.
After the successful relaunch in 2022, the venue now boasts 6 floors with a rooftop terrace and bar. The Cross is the place to drink, dance and dine.
The restaurant, aptly named ‘Wild’, is a nod to the late night debauchery the nightclub is famed for, and serves a carefully curated Mediterranean menu designed for sharing. Hero dishes on the menu include Croquetas Bravas (filled with Jamon Iberico and Monte Enebro goat’s cheese), Grilled King Prawns (garnished with red chilli, garlic, parsley, anchovies, and fresh lime), Roast Hispi Cabbage (garnished with pomegranate, tahini, and hazelnut dukkah), Roast Wild Sea Bass (with shaved fennel salad, marsh samphire, and Amalfi lemon), and Spring Suffolk Lamb Cutlets (served with smoked aubergine, pine nuts, tashkin mint, and rose harissa).
Outside of the club and restaurant, The Cross offers various spaces perfect for private hire, such as the Red Room, The Barn and The Bar. The design throughout is inspired by the structure of the original building itself, as well as the industrial surroundings of the Kings Cross area in London. Expect grand chandeliers, stripped back timber walls, raw oak flooring, Italian wall lights and slick furniture.
Rolling back the years, The Cross welcomes back many of the original DJs from London’s heyday and some of London's new upcoming young stars, making for an unmissable night for clubbing aficionados.