Dubbed the world’s smallest nightclub at just one square metre, Teledisko has opened a new location in Madrid.
After setting up five tiny club spaces in Berlin, the company’s new silver edition marks the first location to appear outside of its native Germany.
The tardis-like club has fascinated people in Berlin over the years whilst hosting intimate parties at a small fee. Those intrigued by its unique aesthetic are encouraged to contribute €2 to enter and “go crazy” with their friends.
First reported by Spanish outlet Informacion, who visited the brand new location in the Almagro district of Madrid in the gardens of Goethe Institute, Teledisko Silver is currently free.
The club holds just three people at a time, and each experience lasts for three minutes once a song has been chosen and activated from the screen outside the club.
Once inside, a selection of music, including tracks from ABBA, Rihanna, Aqua and many more, can be selected whilst effects such as strobe lighting, a spinning disco ball, and fog machines can be controlled by users.