Home to over 300 nightclubs, London is one of the most exciting clubbing capitals in the world. But with everything from cheesy tunes and themed nights to hipster hangouts and basement bass on offer, deciding which club to visit this weekend can be tricky. Here at Eating London, we love cutting shapes and decided it was time to share with your our favourite clubs in the capital. So next time you’re in London, make sure that you follow our handy guide to London’s best nightclubs and remember, you’ll find us foot shuffling in Fabric…
32-37 Cowper Street, London EC2A 4AP
XOYO is one of the capital’s most prestigious nightclubs and a must for any clubbing fanatic when visiting London. Located in Shoreditch, this bustling venue is set over 2 floors and regularly welcomes some of the biggest names on the DJ circuit, along with the hottest live bands and producers. But if you need to hang up your dancing shoes for a few hours, don’t fear – just head upstairs to the Shoreditch Butchery, XOYO’s additional bar, and grab a cocktail or two.
200 York Way, London N7 9AX
Don’t let its quirky name put you off; Egg London is one of the hottest places to be on a Saturday or any night of the week. In fact, this King’s Cross nightclub is definitely one of our all-time London favourites – boasting five different spaces with an edgy warehouse feel, a large courtyard garden for when you need some air and even a 24 hour licence! But we’re certain that its Egg’s regular collection of world-famous DJ’s, playing the best of deep house and techno, which will impress dance music lovers.
77a Charterhouse Street, London EC1M 6HJ
If you’re looking to experience a night of clubbing at a London landmark, then Fabric is the place for you. It may be located in a former meatpacking warehouse, but with 5 sound systems, 3 main rooms and a capacity of 2,500 – Fabric definitely means business. Every weekend, this world-famous clubbing venue welcomes some of the biggest names in electronic music and a whole host of talented DJ’S. But that’s not all, Fabric also boasts Europe’s first “Bodysonic” dancefloor meaning that night owls can feel the bass like never before!
1a Camden High Street, London NW1 7JE
Formerly known as The Camden Theatre, this music venue is like no other. From the opulent balconies and glitzy chandeliers to the spectacular roof terrace and huge theatre stage, KOKO has to be one of the coolest venues in Camden. What’s better yet? This cultural hub has hosted some of the biggest names in music, with sell-out shows from the likes of The Clash, Madonna, Prince and Coldplay. Today at KOKO, you can find regular late-night DJ sets and club nights, along with live music performances earlier in the evening.
256-260 Old Street, London EC1V 9DD
You’d think we were lying if we told you that you can find a swimming pool and a jacuzzi in a London nightclub but we promise you, we’re telling the truth! Club Aquarium really is home to its very own tropical indoor pool which is open until the early hours… but for when you’re not taking a dip, the club also hosts an array of groovy tunes in cool surroundings. With a playlist of everything from 70’s classics and funk to 80’s soul and Europop, Club Aquarium is the perfect place for you party on down.
So next time you’re headed to the capital, get your name on one of these nightclub’s guest list and we promise that you’ll be dancing until the sun comes up…