Judge Jules is one of the United Kingdoms most famousdance exports. A successful radio and club DJ, Judge Jules (who got his name whilst studying law at university) hasachieved international success over the last 25 years or so that he has been in the business. But just as soon as his stint as a Radio 1 DJ came to an end, his club Dj-ing showed no sign of slowing down.
On the 5th April, less than a week after his last Radio 1broadcast, Judge Jules was raising the roof in the Egyptianresort of Sharm el Sheikh. His special Easter appearance in SOHO Square at the Caligula Club adds yet another top club venue to his repertoire.
The Caligula Club in Sharm el Sheikh is the hottest spot inthe resort and is situated right between two Savoy-owned hotels; the Savoy and its sister hotel, Sierra. Whilst Judge Jules is perhaps more used to the short and t-shirt clubbers of Ibiza, no doubt his set at the prestigiousCaligula Club was a much more formal affair. Clubbers who attend gigs and sets at the venue have to stick to a strict dress code where full-length trousers and proper shoes - not flip-flops - are mandatory for men.
Although Judge Jules is a family man with a wife and kids, he is still very part of the modern club scene. During the summer, Judge Jules and his family split their time between their North London home and his villa in Ibiza.
Between the miserable British summer months of Juneand September, the Jules family head out to Ibiza. During this time, Judge Jules plays his Judgement Sundays set at the popular nightclub of Eden in the tourist town of SanAntonio. Here he mainly plays a selection of trance tracks, although he also mixes in indie and funky house tunes,too. The fact this club is full every Sunday proves just how talented this British DJ still is.