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Top clubbing areas in London town

| Clubs | 11/04/2012


Get on your party gear  and enjoy London’s Nightlife

So far we have touched on events and/or activities that you can enjoy during the day. All at a moderate price, you’ll be sure to to have some change left to enjoy some of the nightlife that London has to offer too! With a wide range of clubs and clubbing areas to choose from it can be hard to decide on a starting point. We have found a few areas that you should get yourself down to and dance the night away in and around the capital.

Troy Bar, Shoreditch

In the heart of East London lays the small area called Shoreditch. In the last couple of years the area has grown into a popular spot for the younger partying crowd but caters to literally every age group. One of the many places that we think you should visit is the Troy Bar. Located on Hoxton Street, the Troy Bar is the home of fresh talent, good music and delicious Caribbean food. With a huge selection of live music throughout most of the week, you have to experience the soul-filled environment. Visit their website – for more information about the venue and current events.

Address – Troy Bar, 10 Hoxton Street, London, N1 6NG
Nearest Underground Station – Old Street

Roundhouse, Camden

For all of your cultural entertainment needs you can head down to Camden’s Roundhouse. Hosting a range of cultural entertainment, you can find loads to watch including music, art and even circus acts. We highly recommend that you visit the Circus Fest that’s running until the end of this month. Other events that are coming up on their event calendar are their part in the festivities for the World Shakespeare Festival. As well as being home to a range of events, the Roundhouse have their own music label.

The charity run venue also give back to the community with their year-round creative projects available for youths aged from 11- 25 to take part in. Visit the roundhouse website – for more information on the venue and their event listings.

Address – Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8EH
Nearest Underground Station – Camden Town and/or Chalk Farm (Northern Line)
Box Office – 0844 482 8008

Queen Of Hoxton, Shoreditch

Located in the heart of the East End, the Queen of Hoxton is a vibrant Bar, Club and Art collective space. Kitted out with quirky interior, the venue is full to rooftop (the rooftop is their spot for summer barbeques) of entertainment. Having big names such as The Drums and Roots Manuva taking to the stage, the Queen of Hoxton is just one of the places in London where you can find both big names and homegrown talent under one roof. Visit the official website – for more information.

Address – 1-5 Curtain Road, London, EC2A 3JX
Nearest Underground Station – Liverpool Street
Booking/Contact No. – 0207 422 0958
E-Mail –

Koko, Camden

Passing through Camden High Street and leaning just a little closer to Mornington Crescent is  Koko – one of the biggest and most popular venues in London. Hosting a range of gigs from unsigned and big chart topping artists/acts, Koko is one of the best places to catch the freshest and most exciting entertainment in London. The venue will see a jam packed line-up of events throughout the rest of the year including making space to be the home for the Camden Crawl festival in May. Visit the listings page on their website – for more information and full events line-up.

Address – Koko, 1A Camden High Street, London, NW1 7JE
Nearest Underground Station – Mornington Crescent (Northern Line)
Box Office – 0870 432 5527

We have only picked a few for you to choose from but there are loads more in and around London for you to visit and get the party started!


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