Zhivago Has Moved

Zhivago is pleased to announce that they have moved to 54 Currie Street Basement Adelaide.

After eight years in Light Square, they are now in a brand new, much larger, basement space in the West End district, close to the heart of the city.

Established in 2003 as an intimate World Music club, Zhivago quickly gained a reputation for being a casual creative space where people comfortably mingle, converse and dance the night away.

They evolved in 2005 changing the music and the feel of the club, becoming one of Adelaide’s most intriguing and talked about clubs in the West End.

They are fortunate to have consistently experienced a strong trade over the years, based on their loyal crowd following. After weekly line ups becoming a common occurrence, they decided to expand the club to accommodate all, and take it to the next level! They have doubled their capacity to 250 allowing for more vibrant revelling.

A brand-new element they’re incorporating into the Zhivago experience is the introduction of their two exclusive bar areas that can be hired for private parties with service provided by their gorgeous “Strut Crew.” They will serve drinks to your table and provide the ultimate experience in Nightclub hospitality.

Another signature feature is their dedication to art, so they’ve enlisted the talented services of their favourite prominent Adelaide Street Artists, Tarns (87, Coldkrush Gallery) and Monk (96, Toy soldiers Member).

So put on your best threads, and strap yourself in for the wild ride that is the Zhivago Experience. Friday nights “Skream”, Saturday nights “High Heels”, and Industry night is “Black Cheery Sundays.” For more information on their featured nights and music line-ups, check out the guide on their new
website or in the street press.

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