Top 10 London clubs in 2022

Calling all party people! Check out some of the best clubs in London and dance the night away.

Whether you're looking for fun things to do at night or to listen to some great live music, the capital has a vibrant nightlife scene. Plan your next night out with this guide to the best London clubs

1. Fabric

Exterior sign at Fabric nightclub in Farringdon, London
Sign at Fabric. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.

Experience one of the capital's most famous clubbing spots during a visit to Fabric in Farringdon. The legendary London club features three rooms, including one with a “bodysonic” dancefloor, and hosts some of the world's biggest DJs. You'll hear drum and bass, grime and dubstep, as well as some techno, electro and house music pumping from the speakers.

2. Heaven

With two floors and a capacity for more than 1,600 partygoers, Heaven is a legendary London club. Look out for fun club nights such as Popcorn on Mondays and the flagship Heaven G-A-Y night on Saturdays, plus a regular lineup of live music at this central London club near Charing Cross station.

3. KOKO London

Head to KOKO London, a live music venue and club, tucked away in bustling Camden. The venue boasts a 1,500 person capacity and features several bars and balconies overlooking the main stage and dancefloor. Check out the extensive list of upcoming live events and grab tickets before they sell out! 

4. Ministry of Sound

Exterior of Ministry of Sound nightclub in south London
Ministry of Sound. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.

Join the revellers at Ministry of Sound, which has been entertaining Londoners for 30 years and spawned a record label in the process. One of the most popular clubs in London, it boasts four distinctive rooms. Ministry of Sound still draws big names such as Paul Oakenfold. Book tickets in advance and arrive early to avoid long queues.

5. Printworks London

DJ at the decks in front of a crowd at Printworks London
DJ at the decks at Printworks. Image courtesy of Printworks London.

Party among the industrial decor at this 6,000-capacity venue in Canada Water that was once Western Europe's largest printing press complex. Let your hair down with drum and bass, hip-hop and dance beats in Printworks London's cavernous printing hall, and look out for headline shows from world greats, such as Pendulum and The Chemical Brothers.

6. Studio 338

Party until dawn at Studio 338, where you'll find sets from world-class DJs, a state-of-the-art sound system and top club nights, including the venue's much-loved Sankeys. The huge club, which has a terrace that's open all night (and heated in winter), is a short walk from The O2 in North Greenwich.

7. XOYO

Show off your moves at XOYO, close to the Old Street roundabout in Shoreditch. Renowned for attracting cutting-edge house, techno and dance acts, this two-room nightclub has hosted the likes of Friendly Fires, Mark Ronson, Mylo, Alex Metric and Ms Dynamite at its headline shows and regular London club nights.

8. Electric Brixton

Exterior of Electric Brixton in south London
Sign at Electric Brixton. Image courtesy of Shutterstock.

Venture to Electric Brixton, one of south London's best dance venues. The club is set inside a restored former cinema from 1913, and its owners maintained many of the original features. Check out the regular house, electro and dance nights, plus big-name DJs and live acts.

9. Egg London

DJ waving to the crowd at Egg nightclub in London
DJ at Egg London. Image courtesy of Egg London.

Dance the night away at Egg London, a converted Victorian warehouse made up of five different areas. Reminiscent of an Ibiza club, this London spot has an outdoor courtyard, top-notch sound systems and a huge dancefloor, making it one of the best clubs in London for partying until after sunrise.

10. Corsica Studios

Find an arty, friendly crowd including plenty of students at this award-winning arts and entertainment venue. Corsica Studios in south London offers two rooms of music, plus a lively bar. It's a great choice if you're looking for new, exciting and experimental sounds.

For more ideas, check out these unmissable London night spots, all accessible via the Night Tube service.