Fabric is built on the site of a Victorian meat cellar. This club can boast some of the top line-ups in the city. It is renowned around the world for its diversity and desire to showcase new talent as well as bring back old favourites. The club gets very crowded at times but many of the best acts don’t come on until 2 or 3am.
Founded during the Second World War, the 100 Club has become famous for showcasing innovative bands. It has for some time been at the forefront of cutting-edge music. During the forties, the 100 Club was at the epicentre of jazz, swing, blues and boogie. The likes of Rod Stewart then came along in the 60s. The 100 Club also featured bands such as The Clash and The Sex Pistols.
Koko is at the heart of the thriving Camden nightlife. The ornate upstairs bar, the huge stage and the broad balconies remind visitors of the former Camden Theatre. Its deep red paint offers a decadent, theatrical air to match the rock stars who appear on the stage.
Babylon at the Roof Gardens is brought to London by Richard Branson. His rooftop restaurant-cum-nightclub is much loved by people who live in the Kensington area. The menu offers a range of fiddly things to eat as well as heavier meat-based foods and barbecues. You can eat beneath the stars on a warm summer’s night then dance the night away.