Top 5 Nightclubs In London
November 2021 / By Jetson
London is highly regarded for its amazing nightlife - some of the coolest nightclubs on the planet are found here, with world-famous DJs making regular appearances in venues dotted around the capital. After a long hiatus, it appears that nightclubs in London are on the verge of re-opening. Such a change will be welcomed by the locals as they have been sorely missed over the past year! It’s finally time to get out there once more and party!
1) FabricA club that’s been around since 1999, located in Farringdon, Fabric offers three separate rooms, each with its own unique theme, ambience and sound system. You could say it’s three clubs rolled into one. There is even a vibrating floor in one of the rooms which emits bass frequencies of the music being played, adding to the experience.
Address: 77A Charterhouse St, London EC1M 6HJ
Tucked away in a small side street in Shoreditch EC2 and occupying an old, converted print works, XOYO is famed for its out of this world sound system which blasts the latest club hits until the early hours of the morning. With residency by some top DJs such as Bicep and Jackmaster DJ, this nightclub has built a reputation as a favourite venue for hardcore clubbers in London. See for yourself why XOYO was recently voted as one of the Top 100 clubs in the world by DJ Mag.
Address: 32-37 Cowper St, London EC2A 4AP
3) Ministry Of Sound
Probably one of the most famous clubs in London if not the UK, Ministry Of Sound has been around for some 30 years and still going strong. With 4 rooms often packed with clubbers dancing to the tunes played by some top UK and international DJs, the Ministry is the club of choice for revellers from all around London and further afield. With so much to see and explore, this club nourishes all your senses and more! The Ministry Of Sound has not just built a successful nightclub in the capital, they have built an international brand whose music, merchandise and image are sold all over the world.
Address: 103 Gaunt St, London SE1 6DP
An uninspiring front entrance leads down to a cosy basement that on club nights has an unrivalled atmosphere. Many of the people frequenting Phonox every weekend are regulars who come there for the exceptional sound system blasting out anything from House to Garage to drumming bass. Best of all, this highly reviewed and rated club in South West London boasts some of the friendliest bouncers you could hope to meet. A friendly bouncer you ask? Isn’t that an oxymoron?
Address: 418 Brixton Rd, London SW9 7AY
A former theatre in Camden Town, KOKO is now a fully fledged concert venue and nightclub. One of London’s most stunning club venues complete with a stage and balconies that overlook the main dance floor. There are always special events and concerts being held at this popular Camden venue and it is advisable to book well in advance. This club is fast building a legendary status helped along by the many happy and satisfied revellers who all seem to have the best of times at KOKO!
Address: 1A Camden High St, London NW1 7JE
So, there is our list of the Top 5 clubs in London worth exploring. The only thing that remains is hooking up with a sensational ebony escort to literally escort you for the evening. A night of dancing, drinking (if you are that way inclined) and plenty of passion is on the cards.
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