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Vortex began nearly 30 years ago as the brainchild of former taxi driver David Mossman and his business partner Irving Kinnersley.
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By the music was proving more popular than the visual art, so David decided to re-launch as a live music venue. David programmed all the music himself, tne the exception of nights run by musicians or friends of Vortex.
In the early s saxophonist Elton Dean started Rumours, a weekly Avant-garde music night. At around the same time, Jazz Umbrella also started as another regular night to help promote young musicians, fostering talent such as Christine Tobin and Julian Siegel.
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In the discussions that followed Vortex was offered full-time usage of one of the three venue spaces and with the help of Vortex team the Ocean project managed to secure funding from the Arts Council. But differences between the two organisations led them to part ways and for the time being Vortex remained on Church Street.
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Efforts included a comedy fundraiser inwhich included performances by prominent comedians like Jenny Eclair and Johnny Vegas. The fundraiser was held for free at the Union Chapel in nearby Islington. However, in the end the building was purchased by another buyer in what was perhaps a blessing in disguise, for in Vortex began discussions with Hackney Co-Operative Developments, who were seeking tenants for their new Dalston Culture Seeking partner for the vortex development.Fat Babes For Chat
The club took a one year hiatus while the Dalston location was being completed and in Vortex moved into its current location in Gillett Square where it has been at vorex heart of Dalston community and culture through the Gillett Square partnership. The club enjoys the loyalty of musicians and Seeking partner for the vortex alike and has been recognized for its innovation and atmosphere.
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The Gillett Square Partnership does not receive any regular funding for the cultural programme it provides in the Square each year. However, numerous other key partners have graciously helped fund or produce work in the space, including The Barbican, L.
As a not-for-profit organisation which receives no public funding, Vortex relies on the hard work and dedication of its volunteers, many of whom are musicians themselves, who staff the club every night Seeking partner for the vortex the door, behind the bar, or in a technical capacity.
Vortex is fortunate to have an audience Seeking partner for the vortex loyalty has been proven time and time again and is grateful for the enthusiasm of its volunteers, without whom the club would not run, and the fervent passion of its musicians, fo maintains its reputation as both a community institution and a world class music venue. Subscribe to our mailing list for up-to-date gig information, news and ticket offers.