Quirky Clubs in London

Drinks and dancing come as standard on a London night out - but what happens when you're looking for something a little weird? A little bit freaky? This city has that in spades with nightclubs that aren't afraid to think outside the box, making your party truly unforgettable. So whether you're after South African vibes in Camden or a former train station turned party heaven - we've got the goods right here.

Last updated on 25th November 2019

Shaka Zulu

41 user reviews 4

Bringing the style of South Africa to Stables Market in Camden, Shaka Zulu is taking your night out over to the Southern Hemisphere. Sip on meat-flavoured cocktails, pose next to the incredible decor (which includes 12ft warrior statues) and if you're looking for something extra weird, then try their burlesque-filled Twisted Circus night.

Jazz Cafe

25 user reviews 3

Live music, cool DJs and even dinner beforehand if you fancy it, Jazz Cafe is mixing it up from your usual sticky floors and chart music. The iconic venue has been hosting some of the best artists over the past 20 years and continues to keep it fresh, with stage appearances from live bands and soul singers.


173 user reviews 4

Looking to take your next night out with a tiki twist? Kanaloa is home of all kinds of exotic-inspired debauchery in the heart of London, drawing inspiration from distant shores and borrowing its name from the Hawaiian God of the Sea. Expect retro touches sprinkled about the venue, with tropical liquor-laced cocktails served up in tiki-styled vessels and the fun-time party tunes ringing out into the early hours.