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London Clubs – Pasha

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Terminus Pl, London SW1V 1JR

In the fast moving world of clubs, Pasha has a long history starting off in Barcelona in 1967, however it really came to prominence when Brothers Ricardo and Piti Urgell opened their second Pacha club in Ibiza, Spain, in 1973.


Now based in Ibiza, the Pasha brand has now spread all over the world. Pacha London opened its doors in 2001 and has built its reputation on house, trance and techno sounds and an Ibiza feel good factor.


One of the largest clubs in London, it attracts many of the best DJ’s and some of the  best new underground music scene .

For more information Visit the Pasha Website here

London Clubs – KOKO

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1A Camden High Street, Camden,  NW1 7JE

Situated in a building that in its time been a music hall, cinema and BBC theatre, it was not until the 1970s that it became known as a live music venue.
Known for rock music in the 70s, new Romantics in the early 80s it subsequently became an indie club.
Refurbished in 2004 it still attracts an indie and alternative pop crowd in one of the London’s most interesting venues.

For more information , visit the KOKO website here

London Clubs – The Ministry of Sound

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103 Gaunt St, London SE1 6DP

Ministry of Sound started out as a nightclub in London in 1991, but has since diversified into a multimedia entertainment business.

Ministry of Sound began by playing American house music and concentrated on creating a great sound system and lights combination in a disused bus garage located in Elephant & Castle in Southwark.

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Ministry of Sound quickly grew in popularity as a clubbing venue and began to be established as one of the biggest names in London Clubland.

Its success has led to an expansion of the brand into an independent record label and a radio station.

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The Ministry of Sound puts on sets of Trance, House and Techno from most of the popular DJs including: Tiesto, David Guetta, Sasha, Pete Tong and Armin Van Buuren.

For more information , visit the Ministry Of Sound Website here

London Clubs – Cargo


83 Rivington Street, Shoreditch, London EC2A 3AY

Cargo is a multi-purpose venue in the Shoreditch in the thriving club scene of East London. The venue is located under railway arches includes a medium-sized club and bar, a restaurant and a large terrace area.
Cargo opened its doors in November 2000 and has played host to a wide variety of music, often featuring  live music performances folowed by  house, techno and electro.
Often used by record companies to showcase their talent and favoured by biiger names who want an intimate venue.

Cargo has developed into one of East London’s premier entertainment venue.

For more information , visit the Cargo website here