Top 10 London Nightclubs
London has one of the coolest clubbing scenes in the world. London has hundreds of nightclubs playing all kinds of music so choosing this top ten wasn't easy. I’ve chosen night club venues, and not club nights, as the special nights come and go but the best venues remain.
Fabric nightclub opened in October 1999. The club has a 2,500 capacity so arrive early on Friday and Saturday nights as the queues get really long. They have a 24 hour music and drinking license so clubbers party all night.
Rhythm Factory Nightclub
The Rhythm Factory can be a meeting place at the end of the day or a place to party at the weekend. The music is diverse and the atmosphere is laid back. Weekend club nights are popular and are open till 5am. Pete Doherty plays here regularly.
Pacha London Nightclub
Pacha London reopened in 2001 after a £2 million refit. Pacha's stylish 1920s building with oak paneling, chandeliers, a stained glass ceiling, and a balcony that overlooks the main dance floor, attracts a glamorous crowd.
Heaven London Nightclub
Heaven is London's best known gay club and attracts gay/straight/mixed clubbers for its regular club nights every week.
KOKO is a large Camden nightclub and music venue at the bottom of Camden High Street, London in a Grade II listed theater building.
EGG is spread over 3 floors plus a balcony terrace and central courtyard garden. The garden has a bar, garden furniture, artificial grass, and a swimming pool in the summer.
Herbal is another converted warehouse in trendy Shoreditch/Hoxton. There is lots of exposed brickwork for that industrial look, but it never feels cold here.
When Club Aquarium opened in 1995, Shoreditch was not such a trendy part of time as it is now. Shoreditch is now a hub for cool nightlife and Club Aquarium is still going strong.
seOne London Nightclub
seOne is London's largest nightclub. The 30,000 sq. feet of dance floor plays host to the best in House, Techno, Rave, Drum and Bass, Indie, and more.
Ministry of Sound London Nightclub
Ministry of Sound London attracts 5000 people each weekend and has three dance floors and three bars. It has remained popular due to the legendary DJs who perform here, such as Pete Tong and Paul Oakenfold.