Clubs in South London
Land ahoy. Put on your sea-legs and sail across the river to sample some of London's best clubs in South London. Whether it's a rave, cheesy night, RnB or a heaving night with some of the best DJs in the business, we've put together a list of some of the finest clubs just south of the city. So get those bones ready, as you're sure to be set up for late one.
Last updated on 8th May 2017
Aquum has established itself as one of the trendiest and coolest places to party in South London. The restaurant bar turns into a late night club, keeping the party going with top DJs and excellent cocktails until late.
When it comes to one of the most beaming clubs in South London, there's a Clapham Junction name that knows no party bounds. From some of the most unusual events to the best in musical names, the Clapham Grand never, and we mean never, disappoints.
South London pays tribute to the dazzling 70s and 80s each weekend at Rouges nightclub. Held in an idyllic ballroom, complete with a huge dancefloor and stunning furnishings, be sure to check out one of the venue's two bars, both of which are over 50 years old. If that wasn't enticing enough, an amazing aerialist performance by Kellie Sky will have jaws hitting the ground, while DJ Kobayashi will keep the fun vibes going all night with his impressive collection of funk and soul tracks.
Head down to Wimbledon and transport your winter evening into a warm Arabian night. With vibrant wall-art and luxurious cushion sofas, you'd be forgiven for thinking that you were in the heart of Marrakech when visiting Po Na Na. This Moroccan-inspired club offers delectable exotic cocktails at pocket prices - punchy concoctions start off at just £6.45. Belly dance the night away as the resident DJ spins soul and funk throughout the night.
Alight at Putney overground station and follow the sounds of the pumping party atmosphere over to Fez Club for a lively knees-up. This Moroccan-themed party palace matches its lively ambience with unique cocktails and an eclectic crowd, and the late licence means you can party until 4am at the weekends.
Phonox brings a community of lively clubbers together for feel-good nights on the tiles. It’s a concept founded by the team behind XOYO and The Nest, who keep things local by welcoming SW9’s up-and-coming DJs to take their turns behind the decks. These guys keep it simple; there’s a no-photo policy on the floor (the dancefloor is for dancing) and a Funktion One soundsystem to give that crisp, unrivalled sound.
Fu Manchu may seem like a cool and innocent wonderland of delicious cocktails, but when it comes to partying in South London, they more than have you covered. Once everyone is done with swift drinks, get set for some of the best party DJs in their archway space.