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.
Students entry prices are available on Friday and Saturday nights (check listings beforehand) for anyone with a valid NUS student ID card.
|Adult Ticket:||£7.00 to £14.00 (USD8.81) per ticket|
|Student entry concessions available with valid student ID:||£5.00 to £8.00 (USD6.29) per ticket|
Student concessions on entry are available for anyone with a valid Student/NUS ID card.
Venue Details & Map
184 Camden High Street
Primrose HillLondonNW1 8QP
- +44 20 7485 9006
One of my favourite venues for getting drunk and dancing. Cheap, gritty, historic, big potential capacity so the atmosphere can be great. Mezzanine level to take a break from the mob on the dancefloor. Knocked off 1 star because the door staff are overzealous and steal your chewing gum.more
Best straight club-night in London. There is nothing better than this!
The floor isn't sticky. The bars serve you quickly. The loos are not the worst in Camden. The bars take cards but there is also a cash machine that charges you for withdrawals as well. I have it on good authority that Electric ballroom is amazing for gigs and non-power ballad nights, but I can only speak for...more
Great place for a concert or a night out. It is true that for a concert you want to be close to the front otherwise your view may be a bit restricted, and for some acts this means arriving early and queuing, but this has a lot to do with how many people film concerts with phones and cameras constantly in the air and not even a sloped floor can fix that! And also the queue is generally quite...more
Nice enough music venue. Good acoustics, decent size, bar is fairly priced for London, toilets surprisingly clean.more
I've since been back to see punk goddess Kathleen Hanna and had a much better experience. Knowing the view sucks from just about anywhere, I arrived early (sitting through 2 opening bands) to get a spot Right. At. The. Front.
This is key if you want to enjoy seeing a band at this venue. I could actually see the band and watched the security kick ass at their jobs (they were my second-biggest...more