Skazka, meaning ‘fairytale’, is fashionable with Moscow’s young elite crowd, and has a similar feel to the seasonal clubs, Osen and Leto, which are built on a ‘Ministry of Sound’ platform.
rnAn unsurprisingly strict all-about-looks system is in operation so be prepared to be turned away (for no apparent reason). The futuristic interior is designed with lots of angular pieces of metal and interestingly positioned lighting.
rnWith two bars on the dancefloor, a drink (of water) is never far away for the hardcore dancers, and there’s even a padded wall, for when people get really crazy!
rnThe progressive house music played by the Russian and international DJs is the main attraction and the crowds seem to love it. Above the dance-floor is a VIP gallery that is safely guarded by a large bouncer to keep those who don’t make it past the VIP face control at bay.