The long-awaited service is due to start this weekend and what better way to celebrate than map out all the clubs you can now go to, via train, outside normal Underground hours! What else is the NightTube for, ey? The Jubilee, Victoria, Central, Northern and Piccadilly lines will all operate through the night (with plans to add more lines later), meaning many of the capital’s best clubs are more easy to reach than ever before. YAY! Although prepare yourself for a journey home that might be even worse than your morning commute… Trains + Drunks = Recipe For Disaster.
Here are just a few examples…
The Central Line:
Stratford For the converted warehouse spaces that have popped up in Hackney Wick, including Shapes, The Yard, Mick’s Garage and Number 90.
Mile End For Autumn Street Studios, run by the people behind the Bloc. events brand and record label.
Bethnal Green For Oval Space and sister club The Pickle Factory, as well as legendary Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club.
Liverpool Street For a plethora of clubs in the Shoreditch area including XOYO, Old Blue Last, Village Underground, Studio Space E2 and Basing House.
St. Paul’s If you’re up for the walk, this is the stop for fabric.
The Northern Line:
Chalk Farm For the epic Roundhouse.
Camden For the historic Electric Ballroom.
Mornington Crescent What is it with the Northern line and grand old venues? KOKO is here.
Charing Cross Heaven, which has been raging since the 70s and has many stories to tell.
The Victoria Line:
Finsbury Park Opposite the station is sticky rave pub Silver Bullet, which usually hosts on-point ‘bass’ music and is powered by a VOID system.
Highbury & Islington The Garage is here, but Uber or walk to nearby Dalston to find Dance Tunnel, The Nest, Alibi and more.
Oxford Circus For The 100 Club, site of legendary Northern Soul all nighters and historic gigs.
Green Park For the long-serving Institute of Contemporary Arts.
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