Find out what Nightclubs are the best at different times of the year with our top 10 London Nightclubs Guide.
Located at 77A Charterhouse Street Clerkenwell, close to Farrington Tube Station lies Fabric Nightclub, possibly the most well known Club in London. If you are into hardcore dance music then this is the place to be! Some of the best DJs in the world have spun the discs at Fabric, from Sasha Funze to Dusty Kid to Mark Ronson, John Digweed, and Goldie. With five sound systems you will be assured an excellent live sound!
This Club is located in North London, at 3 Vale Royal, Kings Cross. The Nightclub is spread across three floors leading to an enhanced atmosphere and the talented DJs like DJ Zinc play popular Electro and House tunes.
Positioned at Shoreditch near 83 Rivington Street, lies Cargo Nightclub and this venue offers an eclectic mix of DJ music and live concerts. The venue is located under railway arches, which adds to its uniqueness! Also make sure to check out the wonderful street food canteen, which caters for all food tastes! From live concerts featuring indie favourites The Drones to live sets from celebrated DJ Killa Kella, there is something for everyone at Cargo.
Notting Hill Arts Club
This music house is located at 21 Notting Hill Gate, in the Notting Hill area of London. It features a diverse musical set ranging from Electronica to Ska and Jazz! Notting Hill Arts Club is home to events such as "Batmacumba" featuring DJ Cliffy which has a musical set ranging from Brazilian Samba to tropical Calypso and "Big Bamboo" featuring Ska to Mambo to present day sounds!
The House Music phenomenon Pacha has its own London venue at Victoria! The actual location dates from 1920's London and has wonderful dcor ranging from stain glass ceilings to restored oak panels. If you are into house, funk and dance then this is the place to be! Popular events at the club include Funky For Love, Glitterati and Hed Kandi!
Located on Villiers Street near Charing Cross Underground Station is Heaven Nightclub. This club features three dancefloors, and offers funky house music and great light shows! Heaven is a popular club with the gay community.
Madame Jo Jo's
Located in central Soho, Madame Jo Jo's offers something for everyone! There has been a nightclub here on site since the 1940s. Saturday night features the Kitsch Cabaret night and its proving to be as popular as ever! The Deep Funk event featuring classic disc spinner Keb Darge features the best house and dance music from the past few decades.
Nightclub Located at Dray Walk at a private road just off the Brick Lane area and housed in the Old Truman Brewery, this venue hosts new and emerging DJs and house acts. The Club is extremely popular with students. It is FREE to enter, thus enhancing its popularity!
This club is located the south east area of London (hence the name!) at Weston Street. London Bridge is the nearest Tube Station. Located under the railway arches of London Bridge Station, seOne opened in 2002 and it is the largest nightclub in London. Catering for a capacity crowd of 3,000 in its five rooms, recent renovations have seen even better lighting and sound systems installed. The dance floor is possibly 30,000 square feet in size and plays host to the very best in House, Electro, Rave and Indie music!
Plan B Nightclub
The resident DJs supply hip-hop, plus guest DJs, live break dancing and graffiti at this nightspot, which is located in the Brixton Area of London. Events such as Rebel Disco, Fidgit and Death Before Disco are perennially popular!