London's Electric Ballroom is a night club that has different DJs on each of its three floors. Depending on the night, the music ranges from industrial, goth, punk and metal to drum 'n' bass, techno, disco and funk.
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Excellent security measures made for a safe super crazy fun dance to lots of cheese - from 70s to today - last saturday. drinks inexpensive and not exciting but this place is for dancing. not too crowded either.more
One of my favourite places in Camden.
The Electric Ballroom is a two-storey building with two dance floors, a fairly big smoking area and 4 bars. WoooHOoo!
They have different djs on each of its floors and different music depending on the night. The music ranges from industrial, punk and metal to drum 'n' bass, techno, disco and funk.
Its been standing there for over 70 years and it has...more
A nice big venue with great potential, a decent smoking area, and a few bars. The caveat of my review is that I've only been once, and accidentally to the "Inferno" night. The goth scene is not my thing but it was actually really enjoyable! The prices aren't horrible and I think the space really well suits club nights or gigs. Definitely recommended.more
This was a venue of choice back in the early noughties, during the heady days of doctored passport photocopies (unlike my poor sister, eight years later, who suffered the indignity of bouncers that not only insisted on original ID, but actually read the information provided). My memories from that time are pretty positive, all things considered: dancefloor; live music, or DJ if not; grungey...more
electric ballroom makes me a happy gig goer. for two things mainly:
1. the hilarious sound man who spent the latter half of the gig (when a newer, younger, shinier sound man took over on his newer, shinier, younger sound system-machine thing) looking lovingly at his machinery and possessively guarding his sound booth from younger (but beardier) sound guy's friends enjoying a beer or three in...more