Taking over some of London's most iconic venues, from vintage ballrooms to rooftops bars, Supa Dupa Fly has a reputation for throwing epic parties. Expect a carefully curated soundtrack from the city's greatest RnB DJs along with cheap drinks deals and sleek backdrops.
Head into the capital city as the sun sets and you'll be greeted with endless heaving nightclubs and booming party bars. Brimming with high-tech sound systems, some of the most sought after names in the DJ business and dance floors that move with the weight of the bass alone, there's nowhere else quite like it. Whether you want the full VIP experience or are looking for a cheap night out, check out our recommendations for clubbing in London.
Previously frequented by some of the biggest artists in the biz, from Mark Ronson to Rita Ora, Notting Hill Arts Club is one of London's top live music venues. Hosting regular club nights throughout the week as well as special one-off events, it's the perfect place to let off some steam when the weekend rolls around.
Head over to Fulham's Under The Bridge where the UK's biggest country music club night is back for more excellent antics. Get your summer fix of Nash Nights with performances from one of the hottest new acts on the country music scene and fresh tracks until 2am.
Hosting some of the city's most cutting-edge events, Phonox is the Brixton venue designed for those who want to dance until the lights come on. Perfect for birthday celebrations, this place has loads of plush private seating areas as well as an expert team on hand to assist with group bookings.
Having made a name for themselves with epic hip-hop, RnB and dancehall parties, Faded are now also taking over the bottomless brunch scene. Head to East London for an epic boozy feast before carrying on the celebrations late into the night.
Bringing the very best afro bashment and RnB vibes to the heart of Brixton, Sauce has teamed up with the party people at Duppy Share Rum to create a series of Friday night events. Expect live music, insane DJs and plenty of rum cocktails, with your first drink free if you pitch up before 12.
One of London's most Instagrammable clubs, DUO comes complete with mirrored walls, neon lights and even a giant teddy bear. The perfect venue for VIP celebrations, this Camden spot is all about the glitz and the glamour.
Dropping plenty of jaws, the Tropicana Beach Club deals only in delicious food, great cocktails and wild experiences. The venue is decked out with 500 bird decorations, a lagoon pool-style dance floor and a handful of comfy cabanas.
Get ready to party as FEST lights up Camden with some epic themed nights. From Grease singalongs through to steamy burlesque, this rooftop North London club promises an unforgettable night on the tiles that won't break the bank.
Often one of the first ports of call for visitors looking for a night out in London, Tiger Tiger in Piccadilly Circus is hard to beat. If you're looking for a cheap night out in the capital, head here on a Thursday and enjoy £5 entry, a 2 for 1 happy hour and tonnes of drink freebies.
Head East to Bethnal Green Working Men's Club's indie night where you can expect an evening of Britpop classics, cheap drinks and a buzzy crowd of fellow partygoers. With tickets at only a fiver, you're definitely getting a lot of bang for your buck.
If you find yourself in Shoreditch and at a loss on where to head, you can't go far wrong with Trafik. Open until the early hours of the morning six days a week, this place offers some of the best DJ collectives across two floors, as well as an impressive cocktail list.
While there is a restaurant and bar on the ground floor of McQueen, the real party starts in the basement club. From Thursday to Saturday you can dance to a mix of house, indie and commerical music in sleek and sexy surroundings.
Looking to get all glammed up for a night on the tiles? You'll want to head to Cafe De Paris - London's original show club, established way back in 1924. Now a sleek venue with sexy live cabaret, it's the perfect place for a special occasion.
Holding a special place in many Londoner's hearts, The Grand is something of a Clapham institution. Known for its infamous balloon drops, cracking cheesy tunes and unbeatable drink deals, it's a guaranteed winner when it comes to clubbing south of the river.
Aquum is one of the coolest clubs in Clapham, with sleek interiors, late-night opening hours every day of the week and an incredible cocktail list. Head here for one of their VIP events and expect burlesque dancers, fire breathers and a well-heeled crowd of London party people.
One of the best clubbing experiences in the Shoreditch area, Cargo is definitely worth a visit. A great spot when the sun is out, this warehouse-themed venue becomes a riotous affair as dusk falls, with local and international DJs spinning tracks all night long.
The Lighthouse is a bustling bar and club in the heart of Shoreditch. Boasting live music, bank holiday bashes and commercial hit nights complete with dancers and confetti cannons, it really is a hidden gem amongst London's clubbing scene.
Standing out as a go-to place for Londoners wanting big beats and an electric atmosphere, XOYO is a clubbing institution. Expect tonnes of house, tech, drum and bass and dubstep at this late-night raver's oasis. Better yet? There is often free entry before 9pm.
This epic takeover at Shaka Zulu in Camden promises to be one of London's biggest events of the season. Head on down and witness Afrobeat n Brunch bring it with non-stop hits, live entertainment and on-stage dance-offs.
Floripa is a melting pot of Brazilian beach bar and London bloc party club thrown together to create one of the best atmospheres in town. Something a little different for a night out in the capital city, you can eat Brazilian street food, sip on ice-cold caipirinhas and fiesta until the sun comes up.
Camden Assembly has long been a raucous and wild North London night out with DJs, live music and club nights keeping revellers up to the early hours. The venue has a relaxed, fun time vibe with exposed brick walls, fairy lights and an amazing selection of cocktails to keep you hydrated.
Swap sticky dance floors for cityscape views at a suave rooftop club. Exclusive party pros The Mansion London will be celebrating their 10th birthday with a bang as they welcome DJs, performers, make-up artists and a clairvoyant for one night only.
Saturday nights at The Roxy are an all guns blazing kind of affair. Pumping out the greatest hits from the past four decades, you can expect to pull shapes to an eclectic mix of pop, rock and indie tunes. Dad dancing to Bowie? It's kind of encouraged...
Imagine your ultimate London night out, and then imagine it even better. Cue What's The Motive, the event that's taking over the capital's top venues with indoor bouncy castles, free jerk chicken and unreal DJs.
For a night of R&B classics within a premium venue, look no further than South Kensington's Dolce. Every Friday night this glamorous spot pumps out house and hip hop tunes that'll keep you dancing till the early hours. Be warned, this is a no-trainers kinda joint, so arrive dressed to impress.
Hidden behind Embankment Station you'll find Circa The Club - an underground LGBTQ+ venue complete with original archways, a raised DJ booth and epic light shows. Head here on a Saturday to see London legend Jodie Harsh spin tracks until 4am.
One of the most theatrical parties in London is returning to Shoreditch this September. Join the Doomsday Cult Rave as it takes over Basing House for a big night of breaks, UK bass and electro swing with costumed characters and immersive performances.
Kick-off your weekend early with Tonteria's Thursday night fiestas. Located in the heart of Chelsea, this vibrant club has a soundtrack of laid-back Latin beats and a menu jam-packed with tasty frozen margaritas. Who needs a holiday anyway?