For a while 24 was the most high-tech venue in the whole of London, and the first fully interactive bar in the world.
It was equipped with the latest state-of-the-art lighting and bar technology to create a breathtaking backdrop for your night out. Special computer controlled projections will transform the room into a heavenly catwalk show or the fiery pit of hell. All at a flick of a switch.
The projections are also interactive so if you put your hand out to touch them they will react to your movements. Nothing like this had ever been used in a nightclub venue before.
The bar continues the interactive theme; being touch sensitive. You put a glass down; the bar will react to it and send out light beams across to the base of our drink. If you touch the bar with your hand light would shoot out towards you and alert the barman that you require a drink.
This was Star Trek and Star Wars all rolled into one, and with waitress service.
Other interior features, such as furnishing are 1970s inspired but brought right up to date with the state-of-the-art 21st century technology.
The whole ethos of the venue was built around the concept of choice and interactivity, and clients and event organisers would be able to select exactly the feel and mood for their night, even down to the colour scheme for the room. Artwork could be chosen to be projected onto the walls as well.
All this was not lost however when Disco 24 closed down; it was soon reopened as Bond Bar. So if you are looking for a truly unique bar experience contact us for details if you would like to be put on the guestlist.