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Playhouse Nightclub Thursday 2nd of April 2015 features music by celebrity deejay ORATOR, spinning all your favorite club hits. Thursdays at Playhouse Nightclub offers the best of top 40, hip hop and house music from 10pm to 3am. Get ready for another session of slam-packed, non-stop partying at Playhouse Nightclub. Make sure to arrive early, dress to impress and be 21/over with ID. Playhouse Nightclub is located at 6506 Hollywood Blvd in Hollywood.
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They say Playhouse Nightclub is a Vegas-style club. One step inside Playhouse Nightclub will certainly get you partying late into the night, Vegas-style. It doesn’t look like much outside (you will know it by the old theater-esque entrance). But once you hear the bass pumping and the electro house roaring, get ready to party like there’s no tomorrow. The Playhouse stands out because of its entertainment. The DJ always pumps up the crowd-pleasers, and the energetic, danceable tunes will have you bopping your head all night. As a little icing on the cake, they feature go-go dancers and other performers throughout the night. One night you might have ribbon dancers, another you may have go-go girls that give Olympic gymnasts a run for their money. The go-go dancers are some of the best around and a major reason to go! Nearly every night they spin a different music – house and disco on Monday nights, special performances by the Playhouse Family on Thursday nights, Dirty Sexy House on Friday nights, hip hop and electro on Saturdays, and live performances by the Spazmatics on Sunday nights. This well-kept, lush little secret is the place to get down, let loose, and enjoy some high-class entertainment rarely found in Hollywood clubs today.