Clubbing in South London

South London offers a range of night spots for clubbing, particularly as some clubs have moved out of Central London. Today, some of the city's top clubs are found in South London including the Ministry of Sound and Corsica Studios.

Corsica Studios

Opened in 2005, Corsica Studios attracts an artsy crowd of hipsters and students, predominantly lovers of house, disco and techno music. It is also a good choice for anyone interested in dubstep, drum and bass, and garage music, as well as other new and experimental sounds. With a wide-ranging events programme, the friendly club is an award-winning independent art and entertainment venue with live music and bar areas and an adjacent studio. The medium-sized club is intimate and boasts an excellent sound system. Situated on Elephant Road in North Greenwich, there is also a large self-contained terrace and smoking area at Corsica Studios. The south-east London club is located close to the Elephant & Castle tube station

Fire London

Fire London in the Vauxhall area of Lambeth is one of the best late-night clubs in London and continues to grow in popularity. The awe-inspiring location hosts some of the best DJs from the UK and the United States. Formerly known as the Fire Club, the recently renovated venue features plenty of side rooms to provide a more private, intimate experience beyond the bustling main club floor. There's also an outdoor area that is an ideal spot for having a drink or catching up with mates. Live acts are known to create a euphoric, party atmosphere at the sprawling club. Fire is located north of Stockwell tube station and south-west of Oval tube station.

Ministry of Sound

The iconic Ministry of Sound has been at the centre of London's dance and house music scene since 1991. Based at a former bus station, the thrilling club features one of the best and most advanced sound and lighting systems in the world. The Ministry of Sound has five rooms that can accommodate more than 2,000 revellers in addition to a courtyard for up to 400 people. The club has hosted some of the industry's biggest DJs, including Tiesto, Armin Van Buuren, David Guetta and Pete Tong. Since it first opened its doors, the Ministry of Sound has become a multimedia entertainment business with its own record label, radio station and other outlets. The popular south-east London venue sits just north of Elephant & Castle tube station.


Cable is one of south-east London's most exciting venues and one of the best bets for a night of clubbing. This home of serious clubbers is situated under London Bridge station. Cable is also a popular spot for students, particularly on weekdays. With two main rooms and a large outdoor terrace, the club provides a unique industrial and warehouse feel amid haunting Victorian archways and viaducts. The atmospheric venue's tunnels host top line-ups every weekend, including many of the world's most celebrated and innovative DJs on Saturday nights. Friday nights are devoted to new and emerging sounds, while exciting acts welcome the start of every Sunday morning.

Anyone who works in the South London business area will know that this is a place that is perfect both for working and playing.