World’s smallest nightclub opens in Madrid

Five other Telediskos can be found in and around Berlin

A Teledisko, billed as the “the world’s smallest nightclub” at just one square metre, as opened a new location in Madrid.

Five tiny nightclubs have already been set up in and around Berlin, and the Madrid branch is the first to open overseas.

“The teledisko is the smallest disco in the world,” reads Teledisko’s website. “You can insert your favourite song by inserting a coin, then print out a photo directly and download a video via a link. What happens in the teledisko stays in the teledisko,” it adds. “Dance like there’s no tomorrow!”


Partygoers can play songs including ABBA’s ‘Dancing Queen’, Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’, and Aqua’s ‘Barbie Girl’, take photos as they would in a photo booth, and alter the effects such as strobe lighting, a spinning disco ball, and fog machines.

The club fits three people at a time and lasts for just three minutes once a song has been chosen and activated from the screen outside.

Check out footage of the Teledisko experience below:


The Madrid Teledisko is currently free.

The company also operates three mobile Telediskos that can be booked and shipped worldwide for any event.

There is currently no word yet as to whether Telediskos are set to come to the UK.

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