Freedom is all about non-pretentious fun, boasting both a fabulous cocktail bar upstairs and a huge cabaret and clubbing venue in the basement. Located just a stone's throw away from Carnaby Street and Covent Garden, this spot stays open till 3am, 6 days a week.
Clubs in Soho
A maze of secret cocktail bars, VIP nightclubs and some of the best live entertainment around, Soho lies at the heart of London's buzzing late-night scene. Within walking distance of Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus, whether you're looking for a laid-back night on the tiles, exclusive guestlists or the chance to sing your heart out to a live band - this party-loving neighbourhood has it all. Check out our guide to the best clubs in Soho here.
London's original show club, Cafe de Paris has a reputation for hosting some of the city's most talented acts and best late-night DJs. For a taste of luxury on your next night out, be sure to book one of the VIP booths which come complete with table service and the best views in the house.
Club 49 is all about enjoying the finer things in life. You can sip champagne and cocktails in the VIP lounge, enjoy the lively bar area and hit the dancefloor where the DJs play house, RnB, Old Skool and chart favourites, making it the perfect luxury club in Soho.
Bar Soho's fairground inspired interiors make the perfect backdrop for your night on the tiles. Pay this place a visit to dance and sing-a-long to party classics new and old, while taking full advantage of their early bird happy hour - which includes half price cocktails and bottles of fizz for only £20.
A synthesis of lively cocktail bar and popular dancing destination, Barrio is an exotic gem on Soho's Poland Street. Step through to find a venue kitted out with flamboyant interiors, as friendly bartenders create exquisite tequila and rum cocktails and a lively crowd bust out their shapes to live bands and DJs in the basement.
This swanky Soho spot is home to a lush bar, dreamy restaurant and buzzing club which comes alive at night. Hosting regular events, with live music courtesy of the house-band, you'll be able to enjoy a sumptuous dinner before heading to the dancefloor to carry on your evening.
Thirst in Soho is an intimate but buzzing club and bar known for its killer cocktails and party atmosphere. Playing the latest pop and chart music, all you have to is get your dancing shoes on, order one of their delicious mixed drinks and prepare for a great night. If you are looking for an easy-going and friendly party crowd then head to this Greek Street spot.
Located just off Wardour Street, Piano Works offers something a little different for your next night out. Every night a six-piece band take to the stage to perform a roster of the greatest club hits of all time - taking audience requests as they go. One of Soho's top live music destinations, no two nights here are ever the same.
Inspired by downtown New York, The Roxy's crowd is made up of city slickers looking for some five o'clock fun, and weekend revellers looking to stretch their night out. Boasting laid-back vibes and an extensive cocktail list, this place is one of Soho's most popular drinking dens.
Cirque le Soir has a reputation for hosting Soho's wildest and most exclusive parties. Boasting an amazing line-up of some of the best circus performers in the world, you'll be treated to an evening of sword swallowing, fire-breathing and acrobatics at this immersive club.
Located in the heart of Leicester Square, The Lost Alhambra was a live music venue and theatre of variety in the 19th Century. Recently returned to its party-loving former glory, the late-night cocktail bar serves a variety of quirky cocktails and even boasts a dancefloor on the ceiling.
Part of luxury central London hotel, The W, Perception offers a late-night drinking den - perfect for partying until the sun comes up. With uber-luxe interiors and five-star service, a night spent here is a night to be remembered.
Piccadilly Institute is one of the biggest clubs in Soho, boasting 6 themed rooms, spread over several floors. From dancing in the Decadia room, to panoramic views of Piccadilly Circus in Fruitbox and quirky cocktails in The Shrink - the place is a wonderland of drinking, dancing and debauchery.