This is great, but many of these places are now closed -- an updated article would be really appreciated!!
African club nights in London
While South London may boast much of the capital's best African nightlife, the sounds of eclectic Afro-beat can now be heard across London - Time Out rounds up some of the best regular African clubs nights in town
Afri-kokoaDancing and food on the second Sunday of every month; 1pm-6pm. Free. Other events can be found on the arts centre’s website.Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Rd, N15 (020 8365 5450/www.berniegrantcentre.co.uk) Seven Sisters tube.
Afrogroov @ Ritzy CinemaRwandan DJ extraordinaire Eric Soul plays his eclectic Afro sounds on the last Saturday of every month. Free.Coldharbour Lane, SW2 (0871 704 2065/www.myspace.com/ericsoulafrogroov) Brixton tube/rail.
Club AfriqueA weekend dance hotspot playing Naija pop to soukous and mbalax. 145-149 Barking Rd, E16 (020 7511 8494) Canning Town tube/rail.
Components @ JammAfrican all-dayer on the first Sunday of each month. Live music, spoken word, open mic sessions, African food, DJ sets and visual arts. 4pm-late, free before 6pm, £5 thereafter. 261 Brixton Rd, SW9 (020 7274 5537/www.brixtonjamm.org) Brixton tube/rail.
Deep N Soulful @ Lounge 34London-based South African MC, producer and global grooveslinger Mo-Laudi mixes kwaito and more with zouk, reggaeton and Afro house at this lounge bar. 6pm-1am. Free. 34 Lower Marsh, SE1 (www.myspace.com/djmolaudi). Waterloo tube.
Funkd Up LondonFrom hip-life to hip hop and kwaito to kwasa kwasa. Last Saturday of every month. 10pm-4am. Free. The Beach Bar, 50 Atlantic Rd, SW9 (www.funkduplondon.com) Brixton tube/rail.
Gold Coast BarThis Ghanaian gastropub also serves up live hip-life and jazz performances.224 Portland Rd, SE25 (020 8676 1919/www.thegoldcoastbar.com) Norwood Junction rail.
Kalabash @ SalmonThis ‘edutainment’ night, on the third Thursday of every month, combines film screenings, talks, live music and DJs. 7pm-2am. Donations on door.58 Penton St, N1 (020 7837 3891/www.kalabashworld.com) Angel tube.
Kojo’s Comedy FunhouseA comedy night hosted by British Ghanaian Kojo. Every Sunday, 8pm. £7 before 8pm, £10 thereafterCorks, 28 Binney St, W1 (020 7408 0100/www.myspace.com/dacomedyfunhouse) Bond St tube.
Manjaro Bar and KitchenThis swanky bar and restaurant is popular with Afro-trendies and north London urbanites. It hosts various club nights with an African twist, playing Afro-beat, salsa and soukous.148 Holloway Rd, N7 (020 7609 2082) Holloway Rd tube.
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hey could anybody tell me where do they play kizomba and zouk and these kind of music here in London? thanks!!
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talk of railway tavern E7 9BB probably the best African bar in East End playing afro jams mixed with oldskool variety all weekend .live Afric jambo band every last saturday of the month .tasty nyama choma/bbq miss if u must total entertainment.
(nottinghill) carnival monday, myself and friends went to a nigerian pub with a club upstairs, we really enjoy it. that was the first african club we went to and we are looking forward to experience more. we are from west london. please notify me of any clubs that might interest me.