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London’s Top Ranked Secret Night Clubs

Who doesn’t like to visit night clubs for party But confused where to go for it? Hey, your problem have been solved. After a long busy week, go and enjoy the nightlife in the best night clubs of London. Still confused, which clubs to visit? We have brought the list of best clubs so that you enjoy your weekend to the fullest.

From super clubs to more intimate venues, London has a great range of night spots. Whether you’re after a hardcore night out or something more laid back, you’ll find it one of London’s top clubs. Here you go;

Corsica Studio:

Corsica Studios is a medium-sized, two-roomed music space located in close to Elephant & Castle tube station in south-east London. A rotating cast list of promoters and labels stage events at the venue each Friday and Saturday, which has included the likes of Bleep43, Plex, Tief and Low Life. The music pushed at the club is rooted in house, techno, electro and disco, but often incorporates dubstep, drum & bass and bass music. Open since 2005, the club is known for its intimate atmosphere and solid sound systems.


5 Farrell Court
Elephant & Castle
London SE17 1LB
Ph. : 020 7703 4760
corsica studio


This cool venue housed under railway arches showcases an incredibly diverse range of music to a warm and friendly crowd. Cargo’s tasty global street food canteen is not to be missed either. Free entry before 10pm on Fridays. Cargo’s live music listings includes everything from psychedelic rock to jazz, hip-hop to electromix. Located underneath railway arches in Shoreditch, it is at the center of Eat London’s music scene.


83 Rivington St,
London EC2A 3AY,
Ph. : 020 7739 3440

Cargo London

Electric Brixton:

Electric Brixton opened its doors in September 2011 following a million pound investment, maintaining many of the club’s original features and installing a new sound system. This is one of South London’s best dance venues, hosting regular drum’n’bass, electronica and dance nights, plus big name DJs and live acts.


Town Hall Parade
London SW2 1RJ
Ph. : 020 7274 2290

Electric Brixton opening night 20th September 2011. Picture by Phil Bourne


Fabric is probably the best club in London if not the world, but make sure you like your nights hardcore! If it all gets a bit much, recline on the huge leather chill-out beds and meet some new pals! You can party at Fabric on Friday, Saturday and even Sunday nights. Fabric was voted World Number 1 Club in DJ Magazine’s “Top 100 Clubs Poll” in 2007 and 2008 and ranked World Number 2 in 2009, 2010 and 2011. It is located on Charterhouse Street opposite Smithfield meat market on the southern boundary of the London Borough of Islington.


77A Charterhouse St,
London EC1M 6HJ
Ph. : 020 7336 8898
Fabric London



Studio 338:

Enjoy summer parties on the open-air terrace at Studio 338. On colder nights you can either party on the heated terrace or move inside, and there’s plenty of room as this is London’s biggest club. Expect top DJs as resident club nights include Sankeys, Krankbrother, Hospitality and Secretsundaze. The club a short walk from The O2 in North Greenwich.


338 Boord Street
London, SE10 0PF
Ph. : 020 8293 6669
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