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The top 10 nightclubs in London

Clubbing is quite marmite in London – you often like it or maybe you hate it.

But even in case you are in the hate it camp, you’ve to acknowledge there is nothing like going clubbing in London.

Partying in Shoreditch or Soho is much better than elsewhere in the planet.

This particular extensive list is based upon based on TripAdvisor’s best ranked, excluding those with under ten ratings.

From karaoke to guestlist clubs London, TripAdvisor yielded an enormous variety; there’s a thing right here for each London club goer.

Number one may come as a surprise… ten. The Venue Nightclub

Address:2A Clifton Rise, London SE14 6JP

Around after 1989, the Venue is among London’s longest running nightclubs. Famed for the variety of its, it features several rooms, each with the own individually themed decor of theirs and music style.
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Music: Something for everybody, whether the taste of yours may be the newest chart toppers, cheese & party anthems or even the very best of alternative and indie.

Entry price:

Friday – £7 after midnight

Saturday – £10 after midnight nine. Blessed Voice Holborn (Karaoke)

Address:84 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1DL

This fun karaoke venue on Chancery Lane is available each night of the week. Ideal for an intimate gathering, it has ten private karaoke rooms, a switch to ask for drink and food along with a fancy dress prop box so that you are able to make a lot of a fool from yourself!

Music: Karaoke!

Entry price:

£7-9 off-peak

£12 peak eight. Egg London

Address:200 York Way, London N7 9AX

Spread across 3 floors, this great North London venue has just recently undergone major building work and also now comes with a big loft space and among London’s largest open air terraces.


Fridays – new school, emerging DJ talent

Saturdays – international DJs; techno and house

Entry price:

Advance tickets – £8-22.50

Pupil members – £8

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Address:21-25 St. John’s Hill Clapham Junction, London SW11 1TT

This Victorian era listed building is a cultural icon. Initially a music hall started in 1920, this big venue with a capacity of approximately a 1000 hosts an eclectic variety of events, from club nights, live comedy and gigs, to theatre shows as well as bingo.

Music: Disco, House, RnB, and Hip-Hop at the weekly club nights of theirs.

Entry price:

Guest list before 11.30pm – £5

On the door – £10 six. Fabric

Address:77A Charterhouse Street, London EC1M 6HJ

This particular club in Farringdon has 3 individual areas, each one with their very own independent sound systems, 2 of which have stages for live acts. They assert the unisex toilets of theirs are a’ unique feature’ of the club, along with their’ bodysonic’ dance floor, which emits bass frequencies, making it possible for clubbers to really feel the music from the low end frequencies transmitted via the feet of theirs.

Music: Cutting edge house, disco, electro, techno, dub techno drum & bass.

Entry price:

£10-25, but student costs are greatly discounted.

  1. Phonox

Address:418 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AY England

Described as’ back-to-basics’ clubbing, Phonox has only one dance floor, one amazing, one resident DJ, high-tech sound system, with a carefully chosen set of guest artists joining him every few days. The club is intimate and small – strange for a London club – and also comes with a little living room area downstairs, which means you are able to take breaks between bouts on the dance floor. Plus it is an amazingly low entry cost for a London club.


Everything from home beats to Hip Hop classics done by a classical orchestra…

Entry price: £5 (!!)

  1. Camden Assembly

Address:49 Chalk Farm Road, London NW1, Camden 8AN

Naturally, edgy Camden must feature a place on this list. The newly opened Camden assembly is a pub, a burger bar, a nightclub along with a gig venue. What more might you will need? They host live music every evening and also showcase several of London’s most sought after DJ talent in the holidays.


Hip-hop and also RnB DJs a Saturday.

A number of live shows during the week, from Jungle to DnB to Indie.

Entry price: Variable, based on the event – from £5 three. Quiet Sounds Silent Disco

Address:Tower Millennium Pier Tower Pier, London EC3N 4DT

Hop aboard a two storey party boat and cruise on the Thames, hearing music of the choosing of yours in a silent disco while consuming extraordinary night time views of London’s finest sites. It’s unsurprising that this one of a kind experience has 5 stars on TripAdvisor.

Music: It is up for you!

Entry price: Saturday – £25 (first release) two. Whirl-y-Gig

Address: thirty nine Autumn St, London E3, Hackney Wick 2TT

Whirl-y-Gig is a genuine anomaly in the London club scene. It was put in place in 1981 as a collaboration with the Association of Humanistic Psychology to encourage “anyone who likes dance as a way of self expression”. The club features a carnival like vibe, with rainbow lighting, unusual decor and tribal and tropical beats.

Music: World music – everything and anything from serious dubstep to funky drum & bass, tribal beats and tropical house, uplifting and glitch-hop trance, psybient to psytrance.

Entry: On the door – £20 one. Ballie Ballerson Soho

Address:53-54 Berwick Street, London W1F, Soho 8SP

Ranked number 1 on Tripadvisor, the acceptance of the quirky Soho club suggests that everybody is a child at heart. The playground-cum-nightclub features 2 huge ball pits, pizza and wacky entertainment. What more would you want?!

Music: RnB, house as well as disco beats

Entry price:(including ball pit!)

Sunday-Thursday – £6.20

Friday – £11.20

Saturday – £16.80