Loftus Hall was a five hundred person capacity nightclub in the Neukölln area of Berlin. The first venue of it’s kind in the district, it was named after an infamously haunted house in Wexford, South-East Ireland.
“Whether for a final drink or a wild party until dawn – the hip scene in Berlin meets at Loftus Hall.”
“70s retro paradise with next-gen DJ royalty helming the decks.”
“Loftus Hall is a bigger spot along the canal in Neukölln that’s now one of the city’s most popular new clubs.” W.Lynch
“For anyone who wants to hear techno in a more relaxed environment try Loftus Hall, a smaller-scale venue in the former club house of a local Neukölln soccer team set opposite one of the city’s canals.” Z.Turner
“The dancefloor is now tight with dancers. Some guests run around with unbuttoned sweaty shirts or fully naked torsos.” L.Negroni
“Step back in time with old wood paneling, fake flowers and sherry glasses that appear untouched since the location first opened fifty years ago. Intended as Kleine Reise’s debaucherous sidekick, its rapidly growing following is attracted by lineups featuring a wide variety of DJs from boutique electronic labels.”
Before it’s transformation into a discotheque the space was a sports bar and canteen hosting wedding receptions. The interior and much of the exterior were hand-built and designed in the 1950’s by an ex-professional footballer and his young wife.
Some photos from the olden days at Maybachufer 48.
Opening Night of Loftus Hall Berlin - 16th of September 2011.
Loftus Hall Berlin hosted over 300 events including club nights, theatre performances, concerts, art exhibitions, dance classes, aftershow parties and film clubs.
A selection of monthly flyer covers.
The character of Lady Krysta Loftus was developed for promotional duties in print and online.
Some of the flyer and poster promotion routes in Kreuzberg and Neukölln. Poster runners took photos of each poster as proof of placement.
Then and then.
Xosar photo shoot at Loftus Hall by Christian Olofsson