London is a frontrunner for epic nightlife. With a wide range of venues all over the city from abandoned tube stations to old printing factories, there's no shortage of excitement and creativity. Not to mention the huge range of artists performing at these clubs from prominent rappers to top DJs, etc. Check out these spots to take on London nightlife and party like a local.
Fabric has been partying since 1999. Located in Farringdon, this party centre has been voted world #1 club in 2007 and 2008 and #2 in 2009, 2010 and 2017. Founded on good sound and good amenities, Fabric is one of the most prominent electronic venues in the london club scene. Inside theres 3 rooms each with different sound systems: 2 for live performances and one “bodysonic dancefloor” where you can feel the beat all throughout your body. Casual dress code is allowed so no need to dress up for the occasion.
2. Ministry of Sound
Are you a big house music fan? Ministry of Sound is the place for you. This New York inspired club was the first club dedicated to house music in London. Bringing in top artists like Illenium and Bass Jackers, Ministry of Sound has been entertaining the people of London since 1991. There are four iconic rooms within the space, including “the box” which provides a sound experience you won’t want to miss.
Wanna treat a Tuesday like a Saturday? XOYO is just the place. Unlike other clubs like it, XOYO is open until 3am on weeknights as well as 4am on the weekends. Located in Shoreditch, XOYO has been entertaining since 2010. With a relaxed dress code and mix of music genres, everyone will feel at place.
Come to Mayfair to party at Maddox. Since 2007 Maddox has been providing electronic music and bottle service for a fun-filled night out. What sets Maddox apart from other clubs is the designated smoking areas/lounges as well as a late-night Mediterranean restaurant (because honestly, all that dancing will make you hungry!) There’s two levels of fun to enjoy so make sure to add Maddox to your weekend plans.
5. Cirque le Soir
Cirque le Soir is a venue that truly cannot be put into words. This eclectic space has so much to offer from hip hop nights to bordel circus events. Who says you can’t club on a Monday? LA Mondays at Cirque le Soir bring in big names in hip hop like Baby Keem. Dress to impress to comply with the classy dress code and look the part at one of the hottest venues in London.
Printworks is one of the top clubs in London nightlife. Its atmosphere is so unique and vintage as it holds its place in a revamped space. Printworks takes you back to its days as the largest printing factory in Western Europe, complete with old printers of its time. However, its energy is anything but that of a printing factory. With both a live stage and an electronic stage, you'll absolutely lose yourself to the music on the dance floor.
7. Village Underground
Village Underground is a hub of music, art and culture. Similar to Printworks, this club also finds itself in a revamped space, a renovated warehouse at an abandoned tube station. It opened in 2007 and has been hosted a huge mix of DJs and live music for the last 15 years. Not only do they have DJs and club nights but they also serve as a vessel for art and live theatre performances. They even have the largest dedicated street art wall in London. Party at Village Underground and see
8. Brixton Jamm
The selection of spaces at Brixton Jamm is one of a kind. Between the club, courtyard, bar and beach, you can find a party wherever you go. Go to the courtyard terrace to dance to the beats from the DJ or have a drink at the beach's outside bar. The sound system at the club is unmatched and boasts music from hip hop to EDM. Head to Brixton for your next night out and you won't regret it.