Turnmills Nightclub London Travel Poster
An original travel poster featuring legendary London nightclub, Turnmills.
This London clubbing institution was located on the corner of Turnmill Street and Clerkenwell Road, round the corner from Farringdon Station. It was the UK's first venue to obtain a 24-hour dance licence, bringing in an era of all-night clubbing in the 1990s. It was home to several iconic club nights including Trade, the first legal after-hours club in Britain.
This print is part of a series of designs celebrating some of the UK's best music venues and theatres.
Each piece is printed on high quality premium heavy weight matte paper and will arrive in either a protective tube, hard backed card envelope or carefully boxed if ordered framed.
Available in different sizes. If you don't see what you need, drop us a message. we’ll be happy to help.
Available framed or unframed in the following sizes: A4, A3, A2, A1, A0, 50x70cm, 8x10”, 12x16”, 16x20”, 18x24”, 24x32”, 30x40”, 36x48”
- Solid Wood, made to order in the UK
- Framed prints are printed with a white border, unframed prints are full bleed. If you'd like a border added or removed, get in touch before placing your order.
- Fronted with high quality clear plexiglass. Looks great and safe to ship.
- Dimensions: Print dimensions are listed in the dropdown menu. Frames are 1" thick
PLEASE NOTE: All posters are printed to order and frames are built to order, therefore I am unable to offer refunds or exchanges. However, if you have any problems then please don't hesitate to get in touch.
CUSTOMISATION: We are always happy to add, remove or edit the text on any of our designs. If you would like your print customised in any way, please get in touch with us BEFORE placing your order. Please note: Customisation is likely to add an extra day or 2 to processing times.
She was quite taken with it! Thanks, it looks awesome
The print arrived quickly and in perfect condition. Very happy customer.
Fast service and good quality frame and print
A fabulous reminder of the good time spent queuing on that corner waiting to go into Trade. They really were the best of times.
Beautiful artwork to remind me of the amazing times, and people, I met from 1991-2008 in Turnmills.