As the mecca of London clubland, one really can't go amiss. Check out the Fabriclive CD vending machine as you come in! Read more.
"Housed in two incredible railway arches in Elephant and Castle, many argue it's the best space in London..." Read more.
Great intimate concert venue, and club nights..Also kind of flea market by day, awesome music stands. Sometimes holds record fairs too. My kind of place! Read more.
The Embassy has plenty of strong links to Iron Maiden and the such and has rock nights on regularly. Worth checking out when the drinks aren't super expensive. (Rarely). Read more.
Cocktails are the order of the day here, as is champagne brought in to the table in silver buckets - only nobodies queue at the bar. It’s all a bit Essex, but a draw nevertheless. Read more.
New music venue. Home to many DiS club nights, including bills ft. Bloc Party, Maccabees and Jamie T. If it's hot, stand just in front of the bar beneath the icy air con. Read more.
Home to the industrial/fetish Club AntiChrist, this place has two dancefloors worth of trouble for you to get into. Read more.
Not the cheapest bar prices in London but if you get to the front rails of the elevated area as you enter downstairs, you have the best view of the stage without getting knocked around all night long. Read more.
Perfect drinking & dining den for decadent East Enders, its housed in the former site of The Tabernacle & is divided up between a bar on the 1st level, a restaurant to the side & a downstairs club. Read more.
Live shows and DJ performances every night of the week as well as being a great pub Read more.
This is the Camden Underworld. Every metal band ever has passed through these gates at some stage in their career. Go and piss, however, at your peril. Read more.