Camden (London UK) Nightclubs

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Camden Palace

1a Camden High St, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

Massively popular super-club that attracts a young (and usually drunken) crowd playing house and garage music mosts nights. Camden Palace also offers the more hardcore clubbers a place to party with hardhouse and trance on a Saturday night. [more]

The Underworld

174 Camden High Street, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

The Underworld over the years The Underworld has become the heart of the alternative music scene in England. With a Capacity of around 500 it makes an ideal place to catch the cream of musical talent on its way to the big time. [more]

Electric Ballroom

184 Camden High Street, NW1, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

Electric Ballroom features 3 levels each with their own DJ. [more]

KOKO

1a Camden High St, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

KOKO Following a multi-million pound make-over, the legendary Camden Palace has been relaunched as KOKO. It's now a state-of-the-art venue, adaptable for multiple use - from small intimate comedy to international awards; from small gigs to 1,500 capacity headline rock concerts; from stylish cabaret evenings to eclectic club nights. Pretty much [more]

The Lockside Lounge

West Yard, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

wicked 250/300 capacity bar & club in camden... Close to the lock but away from the madness and with a big outdoor terrace! Hosts some amazing nights and music... [more]

The Electric Ballroom

184 Camden High St, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

The Electric Ballroom is at the heart of Camden Town's bustling community and has been a key part of it since it's early days over 40 years ago. It began as a busy Irish club playing host to a wide variety of performers including the likes of Jim Reeves. In the past decades Sid Vicious, Madness, The Clash, George Thorogood and the Smiths have [more]

Jazz Cafe

5 Parkway, London UK, London (Camden) United Kingdom

The Jazz Cafe was set up by Jon Dabner in Camden in 1990, and the Mean Fiddler Organisation bought the venue in 1992. At that time ‘Acid jazz’, the dance floor oriented funk hybrid that gave the style press something to write about, was all the rage and a whole batch of bands sprung forth around the thirst for revamped wah wah grooves. The [more]