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seOne nightclub at London Bridge ceases trading

London SE1 website team

The seOne nightclub underneath London Bridge Station has closed down.

seOne nightclub at London Bridge ceases trading

seOne, which claimed to be London's largest licensed club, was by day available for corporate hire under The Bridge brand.

A message on the club's website from 'Marcus and all the seOne team' reads:

"It is with great sadness that I must inform you that seOne London ceased trading on Monday afternoon, 22nd February 2010.

"After 8 long, hard and exciting years, seOne London has fallen victim to the recession and hard times felt in nightclubs all over the UK.

"I would like to thank all the promoters, DJs, clubbers, staff, suppliers and anyone who has worked and partied in these now legendary railway arches."

The space occupied by seOne was previously known as the Drome.

In recent times another nightclub, Cable, has opened in the labyrinth of railway arches at London Bridge.

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