Brixton clubs

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Plan B

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Whether you're looking for a pub with a late licence or a super club where you can dance the night away, Brixton's roster of great clubs ensures that the party needn't end early. Begin your evening at London's first ever DJ bar, Dogstar on Coldharbour Lane, before moving on to the 600 capacity Jamm nightclub with music ranging from hip-hop and R&B to hard house and trance.

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Spread over two rooms and with around 600 capacity, this air-conditioned venue was a welcome addition to south London's live music scene when it first opened.

  1. 261 Brixton Rd, SW9 6LH
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Plan B

Built on the site of a former Wimpy, Plan B's décor is pure industrial chic (exposed brickwork, metal pillars, geometric furnishings) and boasts a rampantly eclectic music programme.

  1. 418 Brixton Rd, SW9 7AY
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The Dogstar

A Brixton institution from back when Coldharbour Lane was somewhere people feared to go, Dogstar is a big, three-floor street-corner pub exuding the urban authenticity loved by clubbers.

  1. 389 Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8LQ
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Mass by name, massive by nature, this multi-purpose Brixton institution – housed in the converted St Matthew's Church – runs on two levels and across three rooms.

  1. St Matthews Church, Brixton Hill, SW2 1JF
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