Nights Out In London!!
By: Benji Philips
Ministry of Sound £££- ££££
Friday: 22:30 - 06:00
Saturday: 23:00 - 07:00
Ministry of Sound almost needs no introduction. Possibly the most famous club in London, MOS is world renowned due to its phenomenal sound system and brilliant production. The club features 4 rooms with the main room. Tickets can be bought in advance online, and 1st release tickets range from £8-£10. Students can get a £5 discount on the door.
Friday: The Gallery Club takes over MOS every Friday, bringing huge names to the main room, with energetic dance music from open to close. Always busy with a friendly crowd the Gallery will leave you feeling amazing for weeks to come.
Check their website for upcoming upcoming events, perks and hire. www.ministryofsound.com
EGG London £££-£££££
Tue: 11pm - 6am
Fri: 11pm - 7am
Sat: 11pm - 9am
EGG is another one of London’s top clubs and tends to close much later than many other clubs, making it ideal for an after party. EGG attracts many big names across all genres and is spread over 4 rooms, each with a close and intimate feel. Tickets bought in advance can be inexpensive starting at around £10 but a night out here can get pricey.
Saturday: Trance Sanctuary holds regular events at EGG. Tickets are slightly more expensive than other events, but well worth the money.
Check out their website for cool upcoming events. www.egglondon.co.uk
Mon - Thur: 12pm - 11pm
Fri: 12pm - 12am
Sat: 11am - 12am
Sun: 11am - 11pm
Situated just off Clapham Common, Gigalum is an Ibiza styled DJ bar that features a large outside terrace, plenty of seating inside and a dance floor. In the week it’s the perfect place to chill out and get good food at a decent price. Drinks aren’t too expensive either! Gigalum is best on the weekends, when big name DJs such as Nicky Romero and Judge Jules come to keep the party going.
Gigalum is perfect during the weekends if you haven’t quenched your thirst for partying by the end of Friday nights antics!
For all questions and needsvisit the site. www.gigalum.com
99 Club £££
Mon - Sun: 10am - 10pm
The 99 Club is an award winning comedy club that hosts its events in central London. Tickets are inexpensive and the night always has a combined lineup of top comics and up-and-coming talents. Most nights take place in an intimate venue just off Leicester square. Ticket packages are available, with a 2 Course Meal, Prosecco, Comedy & Nightclub entry from £30. That particular package gives you a night out for a very reasonable price. The 99 Club is well worth a visit and could make for a great date night (if they're into that).
If you're looking for a night outside the box full of laughs, take a look at some events. www.99clubcomedy.com
Ronnie Scott’s ££-££££
Mon - Sun: Times vary
Ronnie Scott’s is perhaps the most famous Jazz club in London. Located in Soho, Ronnie Scott’s is made of two parts. Downstairs is a large club in a cabaret style, with tables and chairs facing the stage. Tickets for this part are more expensive, but the shows are of incredibly high quality.
There is also a smaller room upstairs with soft furnishings and a closer feel, although if you want a seat it is best to get there earlier. With entry from £5 this is the place to be if you are on a budget, that said, drinks are expensive.
Get your jazz on! www.ronniescotts.co.uk
Fire Club & Lighbox £££-£££££
Fire Club and Lightbox are two more of London’s premier clubs and being at Vauxhall, are very convenient to get to. Located next to each other they are fairly similar in vibe, both accommodating a growing underground scene. Lightbox’s main room gives a spectacular first impression with all walls covered in LED’s. Late licenses mean that they are often open until late morning. Entry price can vary depending on the event. After parties starting in the morning are cheaper, and student members can often get in for free if they arrive early. Drinks are rather expensive.