77a Charterhouse Street
Clerkenwell, London EC1M 3HN
Tel: 020 7336 8898
Super club Fabric has Europe's first bass-loaded "bodysonic" dance floor where bass comes through the floor so clubbers really 'feel' the music. Fabric has 5 sound-systems and 3 bars over two levels and a total area of 25,000 square feet. Oh, and be prepared for unisex toilets.
Ministry Of Sound
Ministry of Sound London attracts 5000 people each weekend and has three dance floors and three bars. It has remained popular due to the legendary DJs, such as Pete Tong and Paul Oakenfold.
The famous sound system is only ever run at 45% of its full capacity. If it was played at 100% it would be the loudest man-made sound you could hear!
SeOne is one of London's largest dance music club venues. Situated under the railway arches of London Bridge Station, seOne consists of five rooms and is fully licensed as a 3,000 capacity venue, it can be broken down into smaller spaces and can be used for parties for as little as 100 people. SeOne club has attracted all kinds of promoters and event organisers, from corporate giants Virgin and Playstation to dance promoters Frantic, Raindance and Return to New York.
KOKO is a Camden nightclub and music venue at the bottom of Camden High Street, in a Grade II listed theater building. This 1,500 capacity venue opened in 2004 and has already has had headline performances from Coldplay, Madonna, My Chemical Romance, and Prince.
Heaven is London's best known gay club and attracts gay/straight/mixed clubbers for its regular club nights every week. It's located in railway arches under Charing Cross Station, close to Trafalgar Square. Heaven is very popular and has some impressive guest DJs playing the best and latest European dance music.
Pacha London reopened in 2001 after a £2 million refit. Pacha's stylish 1920s building with oak paneling, chandeliers, a stained glass ceiling, and balcony that overlooks the main dance floor, attracts a glamorous crowd.
Club Aquarium has five rooms including a swimming pool and a jacuzzi (towels provided) - and there's no other club in the UK that can make that claim! There are also two dance floors and a chill out room, plus a VIP lounge.
Cafe De Paris
The Café De Paris re-opened in 1996 amid a flurry of global publicity. It immediately became the place to be seen once again attracting A-list celebrities and London’s infamously transitory ‘in-crowd’ on a previously unheralded basis of regularity. The hippest awards ceremonies—from MTV to GQ to The Brits—have all chosen Café as their venue of preference in the last few years as have major catwalk designers during London Fashion Week and the worlds biggest celebrities when they wish to throw lavish parties.
6 Air Street
Soho, London W1B 5AA
Tel: 020 7343 0040
There are few better-known clubs in the capital – or even in the UK – than China White. This London venue has become internationally renowned for its glitz, glamour and unparalleled style. Browse any newspaper or magazine gossip columns and you’ll see China White mentioned more than any other celebrity night club in London
43 Thurloe StreetRecently refurbished, this is South Kensington's latest exclusive venue. As the mid-week scene is always the best, this conveniently located venue (across from South Kensington Tube Station) will no doubt be the no.1 destination for SW socialites in the coming months. Prince William and Harry have been known to frequent this venue.
South Kensington, London SW7 2LQ
Tel: 020 7584 2000