Big Night Clubs
Everyone knows there is no greater atmosphere than dancing in a massive London nightclub, with the bass and volume pumping so loud you can feel your insides moving. Get that festival feel with some of the best Big Night Clubs in London. Read our list of the recommended biggest and best nightclubs London has to offer, and don't forget to book online with us.
Offering one of the loudest, most raucous atmospheres in south London is The Grand, an historic party spot found just over the road from Clapham Junction. The Grand is one of the most beautiful clubs in London, spanning four bars, six VIP spaces and a majestic stage area. With a flexible approach to private partying, The Grand is a top choice for groups celebrating a special occasion in Clapham.
Cargo stands unrivalled in Shoreditch, for size and party length. Split up into two rooms, Cargo can be both a calm drinking environment for cocktails and, sitting and chatting; but the clubroom is a a full on London nightclub - complete with loud music, a party atmosphere and spectacular light shows. There is plenty of entertainment on offer including special guest DJs, live bands, and for the peckish raver - the outdoor BBQ and indoor kitchen is open until late. Check out what's on offer and book online here.
Proud Camden is one of North London's most iconic products. Set up in an old horse hospital, walking through Proud Camden is an aesthetic and entertaining journey through the many different events on offer. The gallery club room houses early evening live band performances from emerging hot UK acts and later on a full-on night club experience with raucous club nights including Bad Sex, Love Dough and Supernova Heights. Don't miss out on the Proud Camden experience and book online.
Comprising 3 bars, a nightclub and a restaurant all under one roof, Sway London is perfect for spending your whole night in one place. Open until 3am Thursday to Saturday, Sway offers a late night party atmospheres, in one of London's biggest clubs and is right in the centre of town. Make sure you get on the list here, to avoid disappointment.
Ministry of Sound has been the stomping ground of London clubbers since 1991 and is one of the elders in the Big Night Club scene. To this day the importance of super hi-fi sound has not diminished and neither has the passion for dance music in all its forms. But as pioneers of dance, whether it's the music or culture variety, Ministry of Sound are keener than ever to preach our dance music mantra across the planet.
Ask anyone in London to write a list of the biggest and best nightclubs in London, and slap them if they haven't included Fabric. Head down to Fabric for a guaranteed night to remember. Divided into three rooms, Fabric continues to pioneer the best in House music, in all of its many forms. Fabric also has a late closing time of 8am on Saturdays making it one of the longest parties in London.
Koko Camden is the premier live music venue in London. You can catch all of the latest bands, up and coming DJs and Club NME takes over Friday nights with live bands playing till about midnight and then DJs playing the latest indie and electro anthems.