Clubbing In South West London
Clubbers can “have it large” in South West
London with a range of top venues in which to dance and
Wherever you choose to stay in SW you’re never
far away from a club to suit your mood.
Party people head to ICA [map],
The Mall, for big beats and world music from the likes of Leila and Nicolette and Trevor
Jackson who is in charge at the Output Recordings
night that plays electro, house and punk.
Drum and bass fanatics will enjoy the range of
quality DJs on offer at Plan-B [map],
Brixton Road. This funky venue is famed for its excellent
sound system and is always packed with clubbers intent
on partying hard. Energetic souls will love the thumping
back beat surrounding this venue.
Club Colosseum [map],
Nine Elms Lane, is the place for 80s tunes with
some excellently named DJs including Mad Mulleted Max,
Stan Dupp, Sid Down, and a range of kitsch guests. Room
number two is home to some classic disco and retro
Big beats are the sound that everyone is into at The
Coldharbour Lane. Big beat, funk and swing are the order
of the day in this eclectic club.
The Fridge [map], Town Hall Parade, is all about pure
house. Choose from nights with names such as Knowhere, Blast, and Free Formation.
Pop princes and princesses are well-catered for at The
Clapham Road, which has a seven-day programme of retro
pop music. Livin’ It Up always proves
to be a particularly popular night, which runs every Saturday
and Sunday, and features the best of Antipodean classics from the 1980s and 1990s with Kenny Cool Cuts.
If you don’t know your Kylie from your Dannii you
should head upstairs for guitar-driven rock anthems.
Get down to the sweet grooves of reggae at The
Brixton Hill. The pure reggae bill incorporates music
from DJs such as Blue (Hunk Papa), Dump, Rohit, Skin Deep,
and Harry Monk. Twist and wind to some of the funkiest
music you’ll here this side of the River Thames.
The Troubadour Coffee House [map] might
not sound like the best place to get your groove on
but names can be deceiving. Enjoy Better Days at The Troubadour which features soul, boogie, disco and funk with Los Hermanos Plasticos and
If you like your groove smooth try The White Horse [map],
Brixton Hill, for its top soul night at Soul Sugar
at The White Horse. It’s free to get in and held
every Thursday from 8:00pm-midnight. This is where you can
enjoy Larry Thomas and Russ Patrick laying down vintage
soul, funk, and Latin.
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