Clubs in London

Nightclubs in London |

Clubs in London

Corsica Studios
Corsica Studios|

CORSICA STUDIOS is an independent arts organisation that sets up and develops creative spaces in areas of London. Over the last six years we have become a much-loved and respected club, live music and arts destination for discerning clubbers and music lovers. We are home to many of the capital’s finest events, parties and club nights and constantly represent the best in left-field and underground music and talent.
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Trapeze Basement Club
Trapeze Club |

Trapeze Club opened late March at 89 Great Eastern St, formerly the popular East Village club that ran at the site previously for over 5 years. Stuart Patterson who ran the music progamme at East Village is back keeping the popular Saturday night house sessions in place and the basement remains mainly untouched including the big system from the EV days.

Already, since opening, DJs such as Joey Negro, Maxi Jazz, Giles Smith, Victor Simonelli, Smokin Jo, Colin Dale, Ashley Casselle, Idjut Boys and more have graced the decks. Expect House, Disco, HipHop and Rnb.
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Nightclub that books some of the best international acts in Techno, House, HipHop and urban genres.
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University of Dub
University of Dub |

University of Dub promotes roots reggae music to a global audience.
The monthly all night events are held at The Scala in King’s Cross.
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The Coronet
The Coronet |

With a capacity of 2160, a mind-blowing state-of-the-art sound system set in 1920’s Art-Deco architecture, The Coronet can host club nights, live music and corporate events. Combined with it’s late license the venue is most certainly the most unique of it’s kind in London.
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Concrete Space
Concrete Space |

Concrete is a versatile underground space, located in the heart of vibrant Shoreditch in East London.

Housed on the lower level of the Tea Building, Concrete’s interior is simple and raw, inspired by its industrial surroundings. With a full bar, professional sound system and plenty of room to dance, Concrete is an ideal venue for partying in East London.
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An independent bar and venue housed in the lower levels of a faceless residential block in Dalston, which they’ve gradually transformed into a two-floor fun factory.
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Oval Space
Oval Space London |

Oval Space is a multi-purpose venue with over 5000 square feet of unobstructed statement space, in a unique London setting. Our location adjacent to the iconic Bethnal Green gasholders, along with the volume of space we offer and the versatility of our layout, have helped us become one of the capital’s most in-demand event destinations.
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KOKO Nightclub London |

“KOKO London’s premier live music venue”
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Electric Brixton

Electric Brixton |

Electric Brixton opened its doors in September 2011, it brought back the life that was previously known as The Fridge and before that, The Ace. The most noticeable difference is the million pound facelift it’s been given, where possible back to its original interior features with some twists for the 21st century.

Electric Brixton boasts an amazing stage with unsurpassed sightlines making it the perfect venue for large scale club events, live music, television recording, private parties and special arts events. Across both floors the venue has a capacity of 1,700 for club events and 1,500 for live shows. It is the only mid-range music venue in Brixton which is home to an area with a long-established vibrant music scene, standing alongside many other live music pubs and clubs. Keeping Brixton at its heart Electric Brixton is equally at home hosting avant-garde arts events as it is hosting straight up clubs, a new centrally located independent venue perfect for South London.
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Brixton Jamm

Brixton Jamm, Nightclub, UK

Jamm is a unique and unrivaled music venue set in the beating heart of south London. With space for nearly 600 people spread over 2 rooms and bars, this venue has been the electrifying scene for a dizzying number of extraordinary artists from a variety of music scenes. Punk gods The Clash, indie super group The Good, The Bad & The Queen, dance pioneers Hot Chip, Tom Middleton and Basement Jaxx, Country acid beatniks Alabama 3 and legendary ska revivalists The Specials are just a few of the 3,000 plus bands, DJs and musicians who have played here and left music-lovers wanting more. Many top gigs taking place throughout London’s giant venues spill over into an after party at Jamm.
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