?No one looks back on their life and remembers the nights they got plenty of sleep.?
- AnonymousOne of world?s most visited cities, London is steeped with culture, heritage, arts, literary romanticism, and historic splendour. On the other hand, London embraces a night culture not paralleled by many other cities; it is a shrine for night crawlers from world over. A motley of diverse cultures, ethos, and ways of life, it combines elements from all across the globe and embodies a prototypical international partying culture. When in London, make every night count by stepping into some of world?s best nightclubs, and find yourself partying in this City Of Dreams! Ministry of Sound If you are a loyal and lingering clubbing patron, you must visit this place at least once in your life. Situated in a former bus depot, Ministry of Sound has been resonating musical hysteria since 1991. This palatial club is spread across five rooms, three dance floors, and four bars, as well as the recently done-up balconies, courtyard, and VIP suites with viewing gallery. Ministry of Sound can accommodate more than 2000 people. The award-winning lighting system accords well with the bodacious sound system ? winner of the IDMA ?World?s Best Sound System? award four years in a row ? which recently got a tech boost. Ministry of Sound is patronised by lovers of trance, fidget house, techno, electronic, and many others genres. It hosts sets from internationally recognised DJs such as Bob Sinclair, Shane Patrick, Tiesto, David Guetta, Sasha, Pete Tong, and Armin Van Buuren. Redefine your clubbing experience and party till the sun comes up in one of the world?s most high-spirited clubs.
Image Credits: cluboid.comFabric Voted number 1 in DJ Magazine?s ?Top 100 Clubs in the World? poll in 2007 and 2008 and number 2 in 2009 and 10, Fabric has truly gained its prominence in the clubbing world. Founded in 1999, it is located in a former meatpacking warehouse. The Resident DJs here, Craig Richards and Terry Francis, spin some catchy, eclectic tunes and get the party started, as throngs of people crowd the dance floor. It is known to play the finest grooves in town; from dubstep, hip-hop, breakbeat, drum and bass, and electro on Fridays during FabricLive to house, disco, and techno on Saturdays. Their WetYourSelf event on Sundays relays deep house, techno, and Italo tunes, which go on until 8 am on Monday mornings. Aside from being frequented by world famous DJs Ricardo Villalobos, Ellen Allien, Carl Craig, and many others, Fabric is also known for experimenting with new talents. So set foot in this fun-filled paradise and make unforgettable memories.
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