Best night Clubs in England

Best Clubs To Dance At In London

2012-12-22-Fabric_Huffington.jpgAs the birthplace of dubstep and the modern club scene, London keeps upping the ante in an ongoing cold war to boast the best nightclubs in the world. This is the city where electronic-pop sensations like Nero got their start and where genres like rock and house grew up to take Europe by storm. The city caters to every kind of music and scene, so it's no wonder why producers like Mark Ronson and James Blake call London home.

Whether you're looking to meet someone new, dance to the biggest DJs in the world or just want to have the kind of legendary night you'll keep secret until the day you die, you'll find it all in London.2012-12-22-ProudCamden_Huffington.jpg But with thousands of bars in London, and with the hundreds of popular clubs, it's easy to get lost in the clutter of the city's nightlife. So save yourself some time and find exactly what you're looking for with Party Earth's list of five great clubs in London, where you can drink like a fish and dance like a crazy person.


If you're looking for incredible music, make sure you check out Fabric, a 25, 000-square-foot Camden Town club that attracts loads of partiers looking to shake and shimmy the night away. The two-floor space is highlighted by top-of-the-line DJs who spin everything from the heaviest drum and bass to deep house.2012-12-22-MinistryofSound_Huffington.jpg Located in the heart of London's hippest social scene, there is always a glut of hot locals looking to let loose on the dark dance floor. Just make sure to fill up on caffeine and cancel your brunch, because Fabric stays open until the sun comes up.

Proud Camden

2012-12-22-TheShoreditch_Huffington.jpgA former horse stable, Proud Camden is now a popping nightclub, art gallery, live music venue and all around fun party. An artsy clientele comes to Proud in droves to shake it out with some of the UK's hottest emerging indie rock and electro artists. The stables, meanwhile, have been transformed into semi-private nooks, each featuring different themes and design styles - think stripper pole in one and video games in another. Add a rooftop lounge into the mix and you quickly realize that horsing around has never been so fun.

Ministry of Sound

The Ministry of Sound is one of the most famous clubs in the world and London's top club for the biggest DJ acts. Trance lovers unite under the visually stunning LED lights, laser shows and deepest sound systems in the city. If you're looking for one of the most incredible clubbing experiences in the world, you'd be hard-pressed to find better. Also, if you want to give your eardrums one of the most intense workouts ever, slip into The Box, a soundproofed room that will vibrate every internal organ of your body. Just make sure you get there early to guarantee entrance, because even with six major rooms, side lounges and multiple dance spaces, this premier South Bank spot fills up really, really fast.

Interesting facts

  • Ernest "Ernie" Simms (23 July 1891 – 11 October 1971) was an English footballer, who was best known as a Luton Town centre forward. He was the first forward to play for England while playing for a Third Division club.
    Simms was born in Easington, County Durham and...
  • George R. Poulton (1828–1867) was a musician and composer. best known for composing the tune to "Aura Lea".
    He was born in Cricklade, Nr Cirencester, (Wilts), England in 1828. He was baptised in St. Mary's Church and was raised in the town until the age of seven...

You might also like

Hottest Night Clubs In Virginia Beach | Best club in Town
Hottest Night Clubs In Virginia Beach | Best club in Town!!!
Best night club in dc
Best night club in dc
Clubs in London-Best London Nightlife Venues
Clubs in London-Best London Nightlife Venues
One Night in Bucharest`s Best Clubs
One Night in Bucharest`s Best Clubs...
Best night club in Belgrade
Best night club in Belgrade
night club in england
night club in england
  • avatar Can anyone Tell me the best night clubs in Newcastle England? | Yahoo Answers
    • Digital is great along with World Head Quarters. Revolution is a favourite of mine (they make great white russians) the Union Rooms opposite the train station are good to start off in, Opera in the Gate is a lot of fun but can be a bit pricey.
      I would avoid the Bigg Market though. It has a reputation as being cool but in fact it's infested with STI ridden whores and maniacs (not the good kind either) although for a stag weekend that's maybe what you want.

  • avatar Some of the best Night Clubs in England for dating? | Yahoo Answers
    • It's hard to say. England has a huge drinking and clubbing culture, so there are a lot of these places in most cities.
      However you'll prob find better ways to meet women than night clubs. After all you can't hear each other speak, the drinks cost a fortune and the music always tends to be so bad!
      You may do better by getting around and meeting new people.

Related Posts