The Cross will open its doors on 9th September after being shut since 2007.
The iconic Kings Cross venue opened in 1993 and is renowned for its outstanding musical curation, longstanding residencies and devout raving regulars.
Coined as ‘The Cross 2.0’, the club’s new layout is spread across six floors and offers punters a selection of spaces to drink, dine and dance, including a rooftop terrace, three bars and restaurants below, and at a subterranean level, an underground basement club.
The Cross’ original founder, Billy Reilly, is behind the venue’s reopening, alongside managing director (and his wife) Gemma Reilly.
“The Cross holds a special place in our hearts, so we wanted to be involved in every step of reopening this beloved institution,” they explain. “From interiors, and menus to the live music, this is still The Cross as we knew and loved it, but a renewed version, in keeping with modern times.”
The Cross opens to the public on September 9, open between 5:PM and 2:AM on Tuesday through Thursday, and between 5:PM and 3:AM on Friday and Saturdays.