Family values: DHP snaps up two more venues in the capital

James Hanley

DHP Family has added renowned London venues The Borderline and The Garage to its burgeoning portfolio of venues.

The multi-faceted venue operator and promoter launched its first London club, Oslo, in 2014 and also runs Rock City, Rescue Rooms, Stealth and Bodega in its native Nottingham, as well as Bristol’s Thekla.

Opened in 1988, the 300-capacity Borderline in Soho has welcomed acts such as R.E.M. and Rage Against The Machine and will undergo a major refurbishment from December 2016 to ...

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