Clubbing in North London

North London is an exciting clubbing destination with a diverse nightlife. From swanky DJ bars to sprawling clubs in Camden and King's Cross, there are plenty of options to choose from when heading north of Central London.


A funky yet chic cocktail and DJ bar, Anam is among the capital's best cocktail hangouts. You will find a blend of soulful and stirring music at this two-floor venue. Each night, the smartly styled Anam offers a great selection of bottled and draught beer, wines and distinct cocktails. The retro interior includes chandeliers that evoke the Fifties. Other unique design details include toilets with fish tanks and a see-through floor. On Wednesday nights, expect funk, soul and disco tracks. Located in the heart of Chapel Market in the heart of Islington, the North London bar also hosts live acoustic and open mic nights.

The Ladybird Bar

An exceptional late night cocktail bar and music venue, The Ladybird Bar is a sound clubbing option on Fridays and Saturdays when DJs spin the very best funk and soul classics. In addition to 90s tracks, you will also be treated to disco and house beats, as well as classic anthems and oldies. Themed nights, a varied drinks selection, original cocktails and a diverse crowd make The Ladybird a favourite spot in Islington. Bar booths runs parallel to the bar, while a number of other rooms provide a more intimate spot to enjoy a night out. The Basement Club opens on weekend nights from 10 p.m. The Ladybird Bar sits in the heart of Angel on Upper Street next to Islington Green.

Egg London

Egg London hosts some of the world's most accomplished DJs. Equipped with the best sound and lighting technology and boasting a 24-hour licence, this is a remarkable club for dance music fans. House, deep house and techno tracks are among the most popular tracks at Egg London when DJs take over Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. There are five main areas across multiple levels to explore, including a stunning central courtyard that sees non-stop partying well into the morning. Situated in King's Cross, a free shuttle service runs along York Way on Fridays and Saturdays to the warehouse style club. King's Cross St Pancras to the south and Caledonian Road & Barnsbury station to the east are about a 15-minute walk away.


One of London's top venues for live music and club events, KOKO is a massive venue with a capacity of 1,500. Club NME on Friday nights features live bands until midnight followed by DJs spinning the latest indie and electro tracks, while Saturday nights feature a club show with some of the biggest bands around. Formerly the renowned Camden Palace, KOKO has been recently refurbished to recreate its theatre heritage. With six bars and an engaging dance floor, there is plenty of space to enjoy a thrilling night in Camden. When the weather warms up, there's also an excellent rooftop bar. KOKO is steps from Mornington Crescent tube station and a short walk south of Camden Town station.

The Underworld

The Underworld is a trendy nightclub and music venue in Camden with club nights on Friday and Saturday nights. Friday Night Detention starts at 11:00 p.m. with a bit of everything, including pop, dance, party anthems, garage, hip hop, R&B and the best of the 90s. On Saturday nights, Camden Rocks Club draws metal and alternative music fans with the best rock and roll tracks from 11:00 p.m. until 3:00 a.m. The Underworld also hosts live music throughout the rock, having been the stage for greats like the Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, The Cranberries, The Offspring, Queens of the Stone Age, and more. Camden Town tube station on the Northern Line is located just across the road from The Underworld.

If you work in the North London business area of Camden or Islington, you are practically at one of these venues already!