Why spend your time searching for the perfect club when you can create your own? With space for up to 250 people, Jako is a brilliant private hire venue that lets you every aspect of your night. And we mean everything. What's more, it's also ideally located along Kensington High Street.
Dance Clubs in London
Dance music is a genre that we can't quite seem to shake, so with it here to stay, we've rounded up some of the best places to find it get on down. From hidden underground haunts with that gritty vibe down to multi-million-pound hotspots, check out our recommendations for the best places to enjoy dance music in London.
Spread across multiple levels, this east London space is housed in a former train station. As well as quirky interiors, cocktail offers and eclectic events, you can expect some of the best nights out each and every weekend.
Located in the heart of central London, Zoo Bar lies just seconds from Leicester Square station. With a late licence and huge range of music from commercial dance to old school R&B, this a top choice for West End clubbing.
With a concrete and bare brick split-level interior, XOYO has a unique underground feel. Conveniently close to the many of the best Old Street bars, you can expect a crowd who flock to Shoreditch to check out up and coming DJs, performers and producers.
Evoking the decadent vibes of New York City's Studio 54, this sparkling club night is the place to be come the weekend. Transporting you all the way back to the 70s, there's acrobats, flowing drinks and DJs spinning the best tunes.
Not only can you party the night away at this Shoreditch spot, but Q Shoreditch also hosts a huge range of events from bottomless brunch to live music. Think Ibiza-themed day and night parties complete with live percussion.