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South London Press & Mercury News Feature

Couple fear they will ‘lose everything’ if their club closes

BY Kirsty Purnell

A dance venue which has promoted grassroots talent for more than three decades could be wiped out if a planning application from chain Be at One is approved. Club 414 was opened in 1985 and was the first club in Brixton to bring the rave scene into legal and licensed premises.

In the following 32 years, owners Louise Barron and Tony Pommell have used the club in Coldharbour Lane to give a platform to emerging talent, mentored youngsters and provided a space for community events. There have been 267 objections to Be at One’s application, many outraged that the community-focused club could be replaced by “another generic cocktail bar.” More in News