The majestic Clapham Grand is one of London's most spectacular listed buildings, with a famous flashing dance floor, regular club nights and the brilliant Comedy Carnival every Saturday.
Venue Details & Map
21-25 St John's HillLondonSW11 1TT
- +44 (0)20 7223 6523
Top 5 reviews of Clapham Grand
I went there on a Saturday night with other 6 friends. All girls!
We've signed up before on the online guest list so we pay only 5 pounds at the entrance. If you want to go there without guest list you pay 10£.
I stayed there dancing from 10 pm until almost 3 am. Few pros and cons below:
- nice music, good selection of hip hop, dance, 80s and 90s.
- not so crowdy place, we had our... more
Always a good night! Right next to Clapham Junction station so super convenient for the trains and over ground. Drinks aren't exciting but there quite reasonable for London, around £4.50 for a G&T. Good atmosphere and some awesome events - went to Rebel Bingo there; beyond fun! more
This place was a blast! I didn't realize it turned into a full on club, so when security took my sealed water (although I later found out they let my friend keep hers) and told me I had to check my bag, I was not a happy camper.
I came for the Love Actually screening. When I walked in I was welcomed with a shot and before I could finish, security told me to get out of the way. It was five... more
The Grand, Clapham is an old time music hall theatre. It is a bit run down and scruffy but it has a huge stage, bar, and private boxes or stalls seating. They have singers and groups performing from 70s groups like the Chi-lites to more contemporary acts. It is also the venue for a beer festival.
It is quite an historic building. more
For such a big venue, The Clapham Grand sure do have trouble managing their stock levels. Every time I've been here the taps are off and the beer in the fridge is warm, not really ideal.
I don't really get the insistence on a live band playing the same boring covers over and over, although the last time I was here the guy had a pretty good repertoire - busting out a solo version of 'Shake it... more