Best Clubs In London 2024

If there's one place you can find your clubbing nirvana, it's in London. Home to some of the biggest, most notorious and iconic places to party in the world, our top picks will take you on a tour of the cream of the late-night crop. From basement clubs and dive bars with the best DJs to mega nightclubs and VIP parties, check out our recommendations for the very best London clubs.

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Last updated on 6th June 2024

The Grand

Free Birthday Bubbly! Only valid before 11pm.

The huge Victorian theatre converted into one of SW's largest London clubs makes it into our round up of the best places to go out in London. With pop and hip hop-based club nights hosted every weekend, you'll find everyone from students to raucous adults congregating here for a fun night of big beats, late nights and alcohol fuelled dancing. And if you're heading here on your birthday? Don't forget to claim your free bottle of bubbles before 11pm.

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Tropix is a fun party bar and club, located in Clapham, serving up exotic cocktails and reggaeton beats. Gather your mates and hit up the themed lounge for a few fruity drinks before heading to the dancefloor for a night spent shimmying to live DJ sets. Even better? They host open bar nights on Thursdays, where you can nab two hours of bottomless drinks to kick off your evening, all for just £25.

The Piano Works Farringdon

2-4-1 Cocktails and 1 other offer

Searching for the top places to party in 2024? As one of London's best clubs, The Piano Works is a solid choice, offering a fun atmosphere and in-house musicians who provide the tunes all night long. Better yet, you can request whichever songs you wish to bop to from their human jukebox. This lively location is found inside a listed Victorian building, and there's an unbeatable list of cocktails to choose from as well.

Sway, Holborn

Though Sway in Holborn is a gorgeous place to eat and drink, it's also one of the best clubs around. Open until 3am on the weekends, this pumping party palace hosts a wicked roster of events, showcasing live DJs, happy hour drinks and so much more. It's a particularly vibrant spot on Saturdays, thanks to their Play events bringing you the best of RnB, house and hip hop from some of London's greatest DJs - with tickets setting you back just £10 per person and plenty of VIP tables available.

The King's Head Members Club

Nestled within The King's Head Members Club, hidden underneath a derelict public house, you'll find a top secret nightlife spot. Head on over to the luxurious East London venue for DJ-lead parties alongside a fabulous selection of tipples, from cocktails to Champagne. They're open all the way to 5am Wednesday to Sunday, and 1am every other day, making it a great stop if you just don't want your night out to end.

The Book Club

£5 @ 5pm - All house drinks & pizzas

One of the best nightclubs in London, this sprawling venue is channeling Brooklyn vibes with its urban interiors and effortlessly cool vibe. This former Victorian warehouse stretches across two floors, showcasing local DJs while serving up delicious cocktails and beers on tap. From dedicated RnB evenings and £5 G&Ts on Thursdays to hip-hop fuelled Fridays and hilarious weekend drag brunches, The Book Club can do it all.


Spread across five different floors and situated in Hackney, Metropolis offers everything you need for fun clubbing. Enjoy live gigs, delicious drinks, launch parties, strip shows and plenty more across the different stories, with an inclusive atmosphere throughout the venue. Plus, every Saturday, this queer-friendly bar hosts their disco in a strip club event - throwing it back to the carefree 70s and 80s.


A hotbed for South American-style partying and punchy cocktails, Floripa lies in the heart of Shoreditch. Thriving with Brazilian flare and a bohemian style, hedonists rejoice coming here when they find a Latino wonderland of DJs, salsa dancing and late-night events. You can even book spaces for large groups through the week. You can count on these guys for a party no matter what day it is, with hip hop and RnB events taking place every single night.

Le Fez

Happy Hour - Half Price Drinks - Free Entry - Between 9 pm and 11 pm - Thursday to Saturday

Been searching for 'nightclubs near me' lately? Le Fez may be the answer - a fun Putney destination offering a plethora of live entertainment, from DJ sets through to burlesque stars. With its plush velvet interiors, hanging florals and uber-cool feel, this is one memorable place for a night out. And for all of you who love to party until dawn, this place is even open until 4am Monday to Saturday, and 'til 2am on Sundays.

The Arts Theatre Club

Situated in the heart of Soho, The Arts Theatre Club is a cracking place for your night out antics. Open until 3am almost every day, the venue boasts Prohibition vibes with dimly lit candles and a vintage piano doubling as a DJ booth. This sophisticated destination is open to everyone, but if you want to feel a little bit special then the annual £100 membership fee is well worth it for the exclusive perks provided to you and your guests.

Embargo Republica

Bringing a slice of Cuban coolness to Kings Road, Embargo Republica is one of the best places for clubbing in London. Expect to find a lively blend of musical styles and genres while exploring the the quirky location, which boasts vintage furnishings and an Instagram-worthy rooftop terrace. This Latin-themed spot is open until 3am most days, promising a rotating lineup of top DJs and all kinds of late-night antics.

Queen of Hoxton

£5 @ 5pm - All house drinks

Queen of Hoxton is much more than a gorgeous rooftop bar (though we recommend a visit while you're there), as this place packs a punch with its clubbing opportunities. Dance the night away to live DJs every Thursday to Saturday with a booming sound system adding to the vibe. And if it's quirky events you're after? Be sure to check out their drag comedy cabaret nights and lively bottomless brunches.

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

The holiest of matrimonies between food and drink, Blues Kitchen is a movement taking London by storm where the flavours of the American Deep South are racked up alongside a live stage of entertainment. If you're partial to the music of the blues, jazz and soul persuasion then this is your place to go clubbing in London. Feast on meat and then hit the dance floor, where you might even catch your new favourite band. Boom


The place that has birthed the biggest retro clubbing culture London has ever seen, this is Infernos. Legendary for throwing some ultimate cheese-fest parties, it's no wonder this Clapham institution is one of the best clubs in London for students, with its boy band moves and Spice Girl tributes. Expect private karaoke rooms, podiums to dance on and balloon drops at midnight, making for the ultimate throwback night out.


Happy Hour

Trapeze is definitely one of the quirkiest clubs in the city, offering a treasure trove of circus-inspired decor and live performances at their Shoreditch venue. Set over three levels, you can expect all the best house tunes and throwback anthems until 3.30m on weekends, alongside all kinds of entertainment. If you're looking for somewhere a little bit different from the rest, this destination is sure to impress with its unusual events.


Located on Wardour Street, Freedom is a fantastic late-night club and gay bar to check out. Boasting plush seating and raucous DJs, the haunt also has a downstairs that frequently hosts cabaret and drag shows. And when you're thirsty, you can tip back a cocktail or two from the beautiful bar upstairs - we recommend the lemon and butterscotch-flavoured Joan Crawford, or the Marlon Brando for something a little spicy.

Cirque le Soir

London's playground for some dark and twisted sex appeal, Cirque le Soir is a notorious nightlife spot for over-the-top entertainment. Expect fire-eaters, aerial performers, circus acts and burlesque artists, with a weekly lineup of enticing events. Frequented by celebrities and known for going all out when it comes to X-rated performances, this is one of the best clubs in Central London.

The Lower Third

For clubs with live music, cocktails and more, The Lower Third has your back. Start off by sipping quality concoctions in the lounge while listening to tailored programming, and finish off by dancing 'til late in the club room. This inviting venue can be found just moments away from Tottenham Court Road station, championing grassroots, up-and-coming artists with its programme of live music performances.

G-A-Y And Heaven Club London

When you think of London's most iconic clubs, Heaven always springs to mind. In collaboration with with G-A-Y, this huge venue has a capacity for almost 2000 people, maintaining its reputation of inclusivity and cracking nights out over the years. You can find this superclub under Charing Cross station, with regular queer icon-themed parties, drag shows and live performances. Even better? You can keep the good vibes going until 5am every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


Renowned as one of the most iconic clubs London has to offer, Fabric is the place to go for late-night partying. It hosts an eclectic lineup of events throughout the week, spanning house, techno, disco and so much more, staying open as late as 7am on some days. Venture to this Farringdon haunt for some of the best live music around, as well as guest DJs playing tunes that are guaranteed to get you on the dancefloor.