The End London nightclub is a very popular place among the youth. For the first comers - The End nightclub in London is located at 18 West Central Street London WC1A 1J J. If you like clubbing and live in London but have not been to The End club then shame on you. The End nightclub in London is in the list of the hottest nightclubs. Along with Fabric, Egg, Cargo and The Cross it's one of London's most exciting and forward-looking medium-to-large clubs; one with an impeccably varied music policy driven.
The short story of The End nightclub in London is the following. The year was 1995, the hegemony of handbag house having a stranglehold on London's clubland. Lovers of quality dance music were forced to take shelter in dingy basements and windy warehouses. The End has consistently proved itself to be at the forefront of dance music innovation.
The End nightclub in London has two dance floors with the capacity of 850. Imagine how many people you may meet there. You will definitely have somebody to hang out and to dance with. It is opened six days a week (closed on Tuesday): Monday: 22:00-03:00; Wednesday: 22:30 - 03:00; Thursday: 22:00 - 04:00; Friday: 22:00 - 05:00; Saturday: 22:00 - 06:30. if you want to to come to The End on Sunday, then better call beforehand. If you get to The End nightclub in London before 09:00, it is free. Actually, entrance may vary from £5 to £12 depending on who is playing on some particular day.
A sleek and stylish venue, The End combines hi-tech innovation with old-school passion. The End hosts a series of different nights six nights a week with DJs playing cutting edge drum&bass, house and techno in addition to regular appearances from live acts. The End consistently attracts a loyal following of clubbers and both international and home-grown DJs with its simple formula of quality customer service, sleek minimal design, spring-loaded dance floor, DJ friendly booth in the middle of the dance floor and is renowned for its killer five-way crossover sound-system.
Audiophiles tend to love The End's bang-on sound system, though many still hate that pesky sound clash area near the bottom of the stairs. Drinks are at London club prices, but could be a lot worse, and there's no unnecessary fleecing at the cloakroom, either. Security, though tight, is courteous. When you get to the bar to order some drinks, try to order for everyone in your group. Get your friends' orders and all of you can take turns in doing this. Be patient; the bar may get really busy at times. Don't resort to rudeness and arrogance to get the bartender's attention. Like you, nobody likes to be treated like a servant. Because s/he isn't, you know.
Check out in Internet or call the club to keep abreast of what The End has in store, from the legendary Bugged Out to Swerve, a mecca for D&B fans, and Trash, Erol Alkan's always-rammed guitar-driven mash-up.
If you go to The End nightclub in London you have a top night out guaranteed, just make sure you have no plans for the next day, because you won't want to leave before it finishes! Have fun!