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GO Clubbing In South East London

Clubbing in South East London Whether you’re looking for famous venues or small independent clubs you’ll be sorted with a visit to South East London.

If you’re looking for a venue to begin your night, head to Southwark’s trendy district The Cut, which offers a lively blend of exclusive pubs, world-cuisine and great little art cafes. Taxis are also plentiful in this area so you’ll be able to head into town in comfort.

Have it large at the infamous Ministry of Sound [map], Gaunt Street. This is where some of the world’s very best DJs do their thing and is a great place for celeb-spotting. This club might have been around a long time but it’s still the place to be seen and the standard of music just keeps getting better and better. You can even hire it if you want to party with a few hundred of your best friends.

If you’re staying in Bermondsey a trip to Old Kent Road [map], is a must. Here you’ll be able to sample an eclectic mix of clubs and an even broader range of music. Check out The Brink and Scene for “anything goes” vibes and World Turned Upside Down for over 25s which proves incredibly popular on a Saturday night.

Imbibe [map], Blackfriars Road, Southwark, is ideal for those wanting to stay out late but needing a comfy sofa on hand to fall into when the evening draws to a close. With an ambient and chilled out crowd this place should appeal to the alternative crowd and seasoned clubbers who simply need a rest.

Looking for a tempting offer? How about an evening at Wicked [map], Tooley Street. See strippers, poll-dancing and lap dancers in this fetish club. Offering a fun night out to stag and hen parties as well as those looking for a change of scenery, Wicked is sure to give you some unique memories of your visit to London.

Enjoy some passion and authentic sounds of Latin-America at Cubana [map], Lower Marsh. This is about as close to Cuba as you can get in South East London and Fidel Castro himself is rumoured to be a share holder. Enjoy some lively music and fine food in a nice alternative to beer, lager and largin’ it.

When it’s all over head to Lewisham and pay your money to enter The Venue [map], Clifton Rise, New Cross. This is definitely the place to finish a night as it stays open until 4am and customers have the option of carrying on the party or chilling out in one of the quieter rooms.

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