The club holds three people at a time
Teledisko, which describes itself as “the world’s smallest club,” has opened a new location in Madrid.
The Teledisko was created by German artist Benjamin Uphues, who transformed an old telephone box into a disco.
Partygoers can operate strobe lighting, a spinning disco ball, and fog machines once inside the old telephone booths. The entire experience lasts three minutes, beginning when you choose a song outside and enter the booth. There is also the option of taking party pictures and printing them on-site.
There are five other Teledisko locations in and around Berlin, and this new free Madrid one is the first to open outside of the city.
If you are in Madrid, head to the Garden of the Goethe-institut in Madrid (Calle Zurbarán, 21)
For Berlin locations, click here.