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Dust off your dancing shoes, and discover the best clubs in Camden.

As a place that revolves around music, Camden is unsurprisingly home to some of the most renowned clubs in the capital. Koko has had a long history as a famous venue, but it is now known as a premier indie club. Electric Ballroom has played host to some of the biggest names in music before they were stars. So get ready for a great night out, as we show you the best places to go clubbing in Camden.

  • Koko

    1a Camden High St, London, NW1 7JE

    Opened in 1900 as a music hall, Koko has been through more name changes than Prince and P Diddy put together. First it was the Camden Theatre, becoming the Camden...
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  • Proud

    Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd, London, NW1 8AH

    It might be the kind of place you're likely to find Fearne Cotton slumming it, this venue was once a hospital for horses who were injured pulling barges along the nearby canals. Nowadays, the 200-year-old, Grade II-listed building plays host to far less lame attractions, focusing on Radio 1-ish indie-electro and synthpop to delight Sadie Frost, Amy WInehouse and other slebby visitors...
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  • Jazz Café

    5 Parkway, NW1 7PG

    There's some jazz on the schedule here, but this two-floor club deals more in soul, R&B and hip hop these days, and has become the first port of call for soon-to-be-huge...
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  • Electric Ballroom

    184 Camden High St, London, NW1 8QP

    Still shamelessly dining out on its place in Camden's music history, Electric Ballroom likes nothing better than to revel in the roll-call of rockers that have graced the venue...
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