Since opening in 1979 in a converted roller-disco beneath Charing Cross Station, Heaven has been credited as having brought gay clubbing into the mainstream. The list of people who've played here reads like a hall of fame of 80s and 90s dancefloor-fillers, but when novelty act Black Lace showed up, their particular flavour of tack was a step too far for the clientele, and the band got bottled.
Regular nights at Heaven are Popcorn (Mon), which caters to a mixed and mostly student crowd; Porn Idol (Thu), which got owner Jeremy Joseph banned from mixers at 10 Downing Street; and Camp Attack (Fri).
- Open since: 1979
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One half of the Dresden Dolls mixing Weimar cabaret with old school blues.
The Bug vs Dylan Carlson Of Earth
Two heroes of heavy experimental music collaborate for an exclusive London show.
The Comet Is Coming
The Mercury-nominated London-based outfit presents its fusion of jazz, funk and electronica.
Indie pop with electro and folk elements from the Liverpool singer-songwriter.
Pop singer-songwriter from Hertfordshire.
Electro punk noise trio, influenced by the austere post-punk electronica of Cabaret Voltaire.
Indie foursome from London comprising Rollo Doherty, Jack Raeder, James Wolfe and Toby Richards.
House, disco and bass from the DJ who is one half of 2 Bears, one fifth of Hot Chip.
The New York born artist performs alternative hip hop in support of his new album, The Human Condition.
The Magic Gang
Indie-rock quartet from Brighton.
Brighton singer-songwriter in the nu-folk vein.
Resident DJs spin house, dance, R&B and top 40 chart pop across four rooms.
Mon 3 Apr
Mon 10 Apr
Mon 17 Apr
R & She: Fifth Birthday
A one-off special featuring R & She Karaoke and DJ Misty B. Collections taken for Women's Aid and Black Lives Matter charities.
The singer from London performs her commercial pop material.
Deep tech house from Zach Burns.
Mon 27 Mar
Four piece indie/rock band from Sheffield.
14+ Under 16's accompanied by and adult of 18+ Photo id required
Energetic indie incorporating Afrobeat rhythms, electro, jazz funk and the emotionally charged delivery of frontman Ahmed Gallab.
The Grammy-award winning American multi-genre bass player, producer and singer, Stephen Bruner, aka Thundercat, tours the UK in support of his 23-track album, Drunk, which was released in February this year and features collaborations with Pharrell, Wiz Khalifa and Kendrick Lamar.
Session bassist who has played with the likes of Snoop Dogg, Erykah Badu, Miguel and punk band Suicidal Tendencies and therefore laughs in the face of musical boundaries when it comes to his solo work.