The programming has been updated, and a new generation is starting to experience the club for the first time. The main room boasts one of the best sound systems and DJ booths in the world. It’s worth a visit for this alone. Unlike many other London clubs, it’s a multi-room venue with a huge courtyard to chill and have a break from the music. The club was born as a result of the UK’s acid house scene being forced from fields and warehouses into licenced inner-city venues in the ‘90s. Originally a juice bar with no alcohol for sale, it drew international players in the early and hazy days of the ’90s because of the quality of its sound system.
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Established in 1991, this flagship London club has spawned a record label and countless multimedia outlets since then, but still remains a key destination for dedicated clubbers in the capital. Some of the world's biggest DJs regularly play here alongside up-and-coming acts in various rooms, so if…
October 19, 2019
Located in a former bus depot, Ministry of Sound was once the epitome of warehouse cool and is still perhaps the UK’s best-known clubbing venues: thus, any self-respecting fan of dance music in any form should visit Ministry at least once. To be honest, though, once won't be enough when you've seen…
July 13, 2019
World famous club right on the doorstep! It's always has theme nights on, different famous DJs hosting. You can go for the VIP experience too, check out the website for all the differentoptions.
March 19, 2019
Flagship all-night club from trailblazing global dance and house music brand.