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Camden clubs

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

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 Camden

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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Chalk Farm

Jazz Café

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

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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Alexandra
Alexandra

How could you not put Gilgamesh in the club section !!!!!