Best Clapham Clubs
Clapham clubs are some of the best in London and offer a great night out in the capital, especially for students. The party palaces here are centred around two hubs, Clapham Common and Clapham Junction. Most nights of the week are buzzing, full of revelers enjoying the very best that this South London town has to offer. So whatever night you're after, be sure to look through our recommended clubs in Clapham. Who knows, you might find something special.
Last updated on 13th March 2017
A rocking house party is perhaps the best way to describe this Clapham DJ bar. The Ibiza-style terrace with palm trees, pumping out the best Baleric beats make this one of South London's most popular spaces. It's great for chilled mid-week and early evening drinks, delicious dinner and rocking at the weekends, when DJs such as Norman Jay and Nicky Romero take to the decks and transform the place in a frivolous frenzy of wild dance moves and heavy tunes.
The Grand is a party club in Clapham that you don't want to miss out on. With five bars, a private function room spread over three floors and the DJs playing an eclectic mix of music, it definitely offers a great night out in London. Licensed for 1500 people, the night club has established a reputation for hosting some of the funniest comedy shows, the wildest club nights and a number of stunning live performances.
Head down to the Adventure Bar on Clapham's High Street for a wild club night framed by brilliant tracks and fantastic cocktails. For all the early birds out there, a great selection of food is available before things kick up a notch and the entire venue is transformed into one of Clapham's best clubs. Don't settle for an average night, head here this weekend, leave your troubles at the door and dance long into the early hours at this laid-back, fun loving club.
This party palace in the buzzing centre of Clapham is guaranteed to offer a good night out. Their basement bar is great for any secret saucy shenanigans you might have in mind, while the main bar terrace is perfect for throwing your best shapes and catching up with mates on their softer than soft sofas. And of course, let's not forget the VIP lounge overlooking the entire venue, ideal for the more sophisticated soirees. You defintely won't forget a night out here anytime soon.
Oozing sophistication and class, this bar and club in Clapham High Street is quickly becoming a favourite spot for South London's late night revellers. Beautifully decorated, the industrial pipes, exposed brick and sleek, smooth furniture gives the entire venue an urban chic feel, and draws in guests from all over the capital.
SO.UK brings a dash of North Africa to Clapham's nightclub scene. Elegantly decorated with dark tones, dazzling light fixtures and intoxicating all of their guests with the thick smell of incense, the entire venue manages to somehow recreate the hot, bustling vibes of the open-air markets across the Maghreb. Alongside their dazzling dinner and drinks menu, guests can dance their troubles away and shake off their work blues, as DJs take to the decks, filling the entire venue with the unmistakable sound all your favourite urban tracks.
Specialising in producing stunning cocktails made using the freshest fruits, spirits and spices, Sugar Cane is one of Clapham's most popular late night venues. Kicking into life after 10 PM, the team behind Sugar Cane have worked tirelessly to create the perfect party-loving atmosphere. After first having sampled a selection of cocktail concoctions at the bar, guests can wander over to the bar, where the line-up of DJs fill the air with all the best Hip Hop, RnB and Pop tracks around.
The Two Brewers is Clapham's best gay club, offering its visitors a night out in London bursting full of fun vibes and brilliant music. Based on the High Street just a stone's throw away from both Clapham Common and Clapham Junction, the venue frequently plays host to a number of events, ranging from musical performances, impressive cabaret nights and even a handful of frivolous, belly-aching comedy nights.
Infernos is a Clapham nightclub that leaves guests feeling as though they've just walked into London's secret boogie-wonderland. Located on on the High Street, it's the ultimate place to go in South London for disco and cheese - a guaranteed fun night out. Dance long into the early hours to all your favourite Whitney Houston, TLC and Busted songs.
Serving delicious cocktails, Fu Manchu in Clapham offers all its visitors the chance at a brilliant night out. Cocktails are their speciality, and with an arsenal of spices, spirits and fruits, their expert mixologists will be able to concoct a drink exactly to your liking. Things really jump up a notch after 10 PM, where their stellar DJ sets, live musical performances and awesome shows turn the serene daytime venue into a haven for Clapham's dance-obsessed revellers.