The hottest DJs, theme nights and VIP guests: Cityoki brings you the hippest nightclubs in the British capital. All you need know to dance the night away in London!
Ministry of Sound, the best nightclubs for clubbers
A really popular spot in the capital, the Ministry of Sound is a huge club with five large areas, four bars, several dance floors, two VIP rooms and unrivalled sound and lighting. Whether modern music fans or fans of the 90s, this is the place for you! Ministry of Sound, 10 Gaunt Street, Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6DP
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Circus, a combined cabaret restaurant
Located in Covent Garden, central London, Circus is one of the most unusual places in London. A combined cabaret restaurant and cocktail bar where you can savour Pan-Asian food whilst admiring the virtuosity of the performers. Circus, 27-29 Endell St, London WC2H 9BA
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Proud, Camden by night
To make the most of Camden and dance till dawn at the same time, make your way to Proud. Once a horse hospital and stables, the place comprises several splendid buildings that are classified as historic monuments. These days you can enjoy the view of Camden from the comfort of the club’s roof terrace, while listening to the electro, dubstep and Indie pop music. Proud, Stable Market, The Horse Hospital, The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8AH
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Koko, a nightclub in a former theatre
Icon of London nightlife, Koko is one of the oldest nightclubs in town. Located in a former theatre in North London, the club has great atmosphere with its stage, red curtains and dress circle that the crowds will dance in till dawn. On the programme – live concerts and DJ nights! Koko, 1A Camden Hight Street, London NW1 7JE.
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