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The Vibe Guestlist and Table Bookings



With a logo like 'Culture, Content, Love, Life', hopes were high for this trendy alternative hotspot and let us tell you, Vibe does exactly what it says on the tin. Opening in 1999 as one of the first bars in the Shoreditch and Brick Lane area, this 300 year old previous brewery continually draws in hoards of East London's hip young things. It's also open a convenient 7 days a week, so we suggest bringing your tent because you're not gonna want to leave.

The Club

Vibe oozes shabby-chic, with an décor not dissimilar to a upmarket student union. (no but in a good way - promise!) It's probably just that which gives Vibe its youthful, fun feel. Graffitied murals and cozy sofas make up it's interesting interior, and the loos are even plastered with naughty pictures. Ooh Matron. Vibe's main selling point however, is it's huge cobblestoned courtyard allowing clubbers to wet their whistle al fresco. Jam packed with benches and picnic tables, Vibe is essentially a bohemian beer garden run by house-heads. Trust us, it's just as epic as it sounds.

The Vibe

Acoustic sessions, Open Mic Nights and even evenings of discussions on things like art, politics and fashion from guest speakers and well-known journalists. It's just oh so arty right now. Vibe does however shut at a disappointing 1am, although in spite of that its always busy and buzzing because people just love it here to experience the unique atmosphere (and the outdoor stalls jerk chicken!) There's a total mixed bag crowd and of course your token old codger in the garden desperately explaining how cool he 'used to be'. It's all part of the charm though, Vibe feels authentic and all encompassing. Free Love man.

The Music

A whole plethora of credible artists amount to a pretty awesome playlist at Vibe especially as every night offers something entirely different. It's custom made clubbing and music made to order- just choose the night which is most to your taste. Simples. Vibe is awesome for those that like their music LOUD as it's a little difficult to have a deep heart to heart, but that's okay because with a playlist that stellar you won't be complaining. Drinks wise, nothing fancy just all the usual suspects. A pint will come with change from a fiver, and a bottle of wine will set you back around £15 so no surprises there - we're pretty happy with that!

The Village Underground Guestlist and Table Bookings



Village Underground boasts a consciously designed club space offering many a creative delight. This vast Victorian warehouse hosts everything from banging club nights, one off music festivals, cultural events and is based firmly at the forefront of edgy East end clubbing.

The Club

Village Underground is a carefully developed warehouse built in 1848 that is part creative community and part arts venue. Located a mere walking distance from both Old Street and Liverpool Street stations, this non-profit space which is adorned with enticing graffiti houses many cultural and club events in what is truly the heart of East London. The venue itself would be almost unrecognisable from the outside if it weren’t for the art installation tactfully placed skyward. Four recycled Jubilee line train carriages and shipping containers make up the creative space of this venue high above Great Eastern Street. These carefully refurbished spaces on the rooftop can contain up to 50 artists, writers, designers, filmmakers, DJs and musicians working side-by-side in a creative community. The main Village Underground centre is perfectly suited to everything from concerts and club nights to exhibitions, theatre, live art and other performances.

The Vibe

These inventive spaces were conceived from the desire to share an affordable, environmentally balanced studio space for artists in central London. Due to the nature of these firm principles, there is a very friendly door policy and people from all walks of life are welcome to let loose and soak up the creative juices. The venue frequently hosts art exhibitions and creative events that attract a wide variety of people. You can expect to see a bunch of young, cutting edge, arty folk dressed in unique East end attire, as well as a dedicated mass of clubbers eager to see the up-and-coming talent that is on offer.

The Music

You can look forward to seeing a whole host of emerging underground talent in this beautifully designed warehouse showcasing the best in rock, folk, electro-pop, R&B, indie, alternative dance and everything in-between. The likes of Speech Debelle, Everything Everything, The Horrors and Zero 7 have already graced the stage here as well as firmly established acts like Teengirl Fantasy, The XX, Four Tet and Major Lazer. The legend that is John Paul Jones is also set to play here with Norwegian avant-garde trio Supersilent, following the release of the Led Zeppelin movie, Celebration Day. As this is a warehouse designed for specific one off events, every night is different. A quick look to the website’s listings will give you a taster of what to expect. Tickets generally range between £9-£15 depending on the event. Drinks are varied depending on the event and what the organizers have planned. There is usually a wide selection of spirits available with spirit mixers costing £4 and doubles coming in at £6.50. Wine, Becks and Bulmers are also generally on offer and all come in at around £4.

The Voodoo Vault Guestlist and Table Bookings



Where do you go for Maris Gras once the celebration in New Orleans is over? You go to Mayfair and then straight to the Voodoo Vault, that's where. Located beneath The Embassy, Voodoo Vault brings a bit of edge and originality to the posh and polished clubs of this exclusive section of London. Yet it still proves fashionable; nothing here is overly cheesy, so you don't need to come down in over-exaggerated fancy dress or pick up a guide to speakeasy slang in order to really enjoy yourself. A club with a theme that still has a good sense of taste? Sign us up!

The Club

This place has the ambience of a Prohibition speakeasy with the décor of the most wild Mardis Gras days in New Orleans. Minus the floats, anyway; those usually look tacky anyway, and Voodoo Vault is all about maintaining their theme while still being tasteful. There is some great colourful artwork decorating the walls that sits over a full bar, and a dance floor in front of the stage where live bands and the DJ perform nightly. It is a bit on the small side; only about 200 or so people can fit at a time, so make sure you queue early so you don't miss out.

The Vibe

It's nice to see a posh place like The Embassy having something like the Voodoo Vault available to the public. That's because no matter what crowd you identify with, you are bound to fit in. From the rich snobs to the saving student and everyone in-between, Voodoo Vault's crowd is so varied and gets along so well you'd think it was a world peace conference. In a perfect world, right? And you may have to subtract the fancy floats for the Mardis Gras theme, but it still has its beautiful women. Don't forget your beads as you run out the door!

The Music

Get ready for a night of cool tunes; the music at Voodoo Vault is a combination of live underground hits and a DJ spinning the best in 20s jams. They start early with the live stuff, so if you're more into live music then come around 7. However, around 11 is when the DJ starts spinning the best in soul, funk, blues, and jazz. Nice to see that this theme club actually sticks to its roaring 20's theme music-wise. When comparing it to the regular Mayfair alcohol prices Voodoo Vault is pretty cheap, but it'd still be considered a bit spendy to anyone who keeps an eye on how much is in their wallet. You'll want at least a tenner if you're planning on getting even one drink. But they've got some pretty creative cocktails here, so to the thrifty ones we'd suggest pregaming at home and then splurging on one of their signature drinks. Trust us; a little spending won't kill you.

The Waiting Room Guestlist and Table Bookings



In clubbing there seems to be a lot of waiting. Waiting to get in, waiting for drinks, waiting to use the toilet, and everything in-between. Seriously, life is too short to do all of this waiting. This is when you head on down to The Waiting Room which, despite its name, tries hard to limit your waiting time so you can spend more of it on the dance floor with a drink in your hand. What a relief too; we're sick and tired of waiting around to start partying, and we're sure that you are as well!

The Club

All you need to get in is a mere £ to get in; right below The Three Crowns, you can grab a bite to eat before hitting the dance floor. Entering this place you'll notice it's walls are covered in posters, and even though this club is pretty small it gets very sweaty very quickly, so you know that there are rocking times to be had. A small bar and a stage help complete this venue, and did we mention this place really has a thing for the colour red? Red streamers, red ribbons, red lights. We suppose it's pretty fitting with what red represents, so hey, it's all good with us!

The Vibe

With red representing energy and passion, you can bet that there are going to be some pretty wild people here. This couldn't be any truer. Mixed in with this bunch is the quiet folks you see during the week, but once Friday rolls around you can bet that people will be dancing their hearts out. And their rowdiness is very contagious; one minute you're standing with a drink in your hand and the next you're lining up to swing from the rafters. Careful though; if you're not too dexterous you could spill your drink!

The Music

The Waiting Room plays practically everything. You want hip-hop? They have that. You want some 80s or 90s cheese? They'll have a night for that too. It's like stepping into a record store coming here. The music here is also a mix of live and tunes spun by a DJ, so it's best to look online for what they have for the evening so you avoid disappointment, but hey, if you're one of those people that likes everything you can show up whenever and you'll always be satisfied. Drinks here are nothing really to write home about since it's all about the beats, but hey, since when do you write home to your mum about the alcohol you consume anyway? The Waiting Room's beer of choice is Amstel; beer, cocktails, and wines are generally not too expensive but they're certainly not college-club cheap either. It is nice though that despite their name you don't have to wait too terribly long for drinks.




Aristocrat Guestlist Entry & Aristocrat Table Bookings


Aristocrat Club London opened on Monday 24th October 2016 and is the newest cutting edge addition to the London high end nightclub scene. The concept of Aristocrat guestlist and table club was developed by some of the most influential names in the London club scene, coming from such backgrounds as DSTRKT and Toyroom.
Aristocrat is perfectly located for its clients in central Mayfair - on the famous Swallow street, a few doors away from the longstanding nightspot Cuckoo club. The venue has been the host for other favourite nightclubs such at the original Toyroom and Kitsch.
Upon entering the club either with an Aristocrat table booking or via the Aristocrat guestlist, you will be taken down the staircase into a darkly lit basement floor which is the setting of Aristocrat club. Columns of golden skulls decorate the centre of Aristocrat alongside the centrally located DJ booth, with dark red lighting to give the club an eerie yet exciting energy. The walls are adorned with old paintings and almost graffiti-like modern street art in black and white. The ceiling of Aristocrat guestlist and table booking club is equally enthralling with a grand gothic ornamental white look complete with chandeliers and delicate carvings to make the club feel incredibly magnificent. You will truly feel like an aristocrat when present in this incredible London club.
The crowd that enters on the Aristocrat guestlist is made up of London’s elite. A sexy and fashionable group of partiers add glamour to the exciting dynamic of this London club. Fashion models, trendy celebrities and VIPs make up the lineup of party goers joining the Aristocrat guestlist. Those looking for the most exclusive treatment should of course book an Aristocrat table where they will be able to buy off the menu from a large collection of the top alcoholic spirits and Champagnes.
Hot dancers and some of London’s most beautiful wait staff add to the elegance, and make this venue stand out for it’s highly selected crowd. Trust us - you will be impressed with the guests at Aristocrat.
The Aristocrat guestlist and Aristocrat tables are available on Mondays, Fridays and Saturdays when the club opens it’s doors. Mondays are the signature night at Aristocrat club with DJ JOJO headlining, while Friday showcases DJ Charles Prince and on Saturdays DJ Tito is on the decks. The music policy at Aristocrat is mainly a mix of R&B and hip hop with some house music.
Aristocrat is set to become a highly renowned nightlife brand, with merchandise available including jackets and shoes bearing the Aristocrat logo. We recommend visiting the Aristocrat guestlist and VIP table club to experience an incredibly epic night at one of London’s most unique and glamorous clubs.
Aristocrat Table Prices Aristocrat table prices start at £1000 min spend for a mixed group of up to 10. VIP Aristocrat table prices begin from £2000 min spend for mixed groups of up to 10. Aristocrat entry fees of £20 apply with a table booking at Aristocrat. In the event that the guy:girl proportion is uneven please get in touch with us to check what might be the table cost for your booking. On specific evenings where unique artists are playing, the table costs may increase. Aristocrat table costs are normally higher on Fridays and Saturdays. Aristocrat standard tables can seat up to 6 guests while VIP tables can seat up to 10. If it's just a smaller group i.e. 2 or 3 visitors, it is possible to book a get an Aristocrat table reservation for £500 min spend, contingent on the night. Once more, this should be a mixed group. We offer a table booking service Aristocrat and you can book below. If you require more information on Aristocrat table prices or about the venue itself please get in contact with us. We recommend booking your table as early as possible to avoid disappointment.




Aristocrat Guestlist & Aristocrat Table Information

Aristocrat Address: 9 Swallow Street, London, UK

Aristocrat Opening and Closing Times: 10pm - 3:30am

Aristocrat Dress Code: Smart

Aristocrat Entry Fee: Ladies free before 11pm Gents £20

VIP Tables: Available to book / start from a £1k spend

Aristocrat policy: Guestlist, Members & VIP Tables only

Age restriction: Over 18s


The Warehouse Guestlist and Table Bookings



After its recent refurbishment, Warehouse is finally back! Equipped with an amazing sound system, LED and laser lights this place is any ravers dream. Bringing its guest the very best DJs and acts of the techno and house scene, this is the place to be for every dance addict. As the name suggests, this club has a raw and industrial atmosphere to it. It is aiming to create a platform for techno, drum & bass and house music that actually works without the drawbacks some other venues in that scene have. So head to here for a wild night of dancing without any worries!


Set in the North East of London, this club might not be as central as you usual weekend hang-out, but it will charm you with a super cool design: there are - of course - the mandatory brick walls, but the club also has some quite futuristic features about it: bright flashing lights, lots of laser effects and smoke machines make for a crazy party vibe. The design varies a bit from most other nightclubs and is more "reminiscent of clubs from the 90s". Another inspiration for the club's minimalist look - according to designer Steve Howie- was the Haçienda in Manchester. The DJ booth is surrounded by concrete blocks to stop the vibration and there are standing galleries on both sides of the club to get a good view of the internationally known DJs that play here regularly. With three rooms and various bars, Warehouse provides enough space to drink and dance the night away!

The Vibe

Warehouse is aiming to be the "high quality alternative to the temporary spaces that have become a regular feature of the house scene". Lots of club closures have reduced the electronic music scene to some smaller and less professionally equipped venues, so Warehouse is trying to fill that gap - and successfully. This club is ready to welcome its guests with a top notch sound system, good organisation and a great venue. This is where ravers go to have a wild weekend and as far as the crowd goes you will find true party lovers here. There WILL be lots of drinking and dancing and even in the VIP areas, nobody really sits still. The overall atmosphere is wild and fun and like most East London clubs there is no dresscode - so instead of high heels just bring along your friends and a good vibe and get ready for an amazing party.

The Music

With an amazing Funktion One sound system, this club will provide you with great tunes and some famous DJs like Nick Curly, ATFC, Kerri Chandler and Copyright have hit this desk before! The stylish and modern looking bars will serve you all the drinks you could want - with a focus on spirits and champagne - and you can get bottles of vodka, gin, whisky and rum if you're in for a really heavy night! No matter what you order though, one thing is for sure: you won't go home sober!

The Watershed Guestlist and Table Bookings



Who would have thought that a place with a background in making people wet their pants laughing could also be one of the hottest clubs in Wimbledon? We sure didn't. The Watershed isn't just famous for its stand-up nights any more; hosting one of the only late-night clubs in the area it's now become a popular place for just about anyone. Whether you come down for Dance Rocks Friday or Love Shed Saturday, it's a little old place where you and your friends will love to get together. Bang bang banging on the door unnecessary; unless you want to, of course.

The Club

Two rooms make up The Watershed, the larger one hosting a pumping RnB party while the other focuses on delivering the best of 80s and 90s cheese. And the décor is very suiting for each room; flashing lights and colours abound, The Watershed certainly knows how to throw a party. Not to mention there is some gorgeous modern art decorating the wall, making the venue as well as the guests easy on the eyes. And it's even built to host a foam party, making it an ideal place to get down and dirty and then clean yourself up all night long.

The Vibe

Cosy and unpretentious, The Watershed is a great place to wind down for the night. Though because it gets so busy it's more fitting to consider it winding up. Dress is smart casual, so no need to get completely dolled up, but do us all a favour and pull up your pants; the saggy jeans 'gangster' look isn't what they're looking for (and frankly, no one wants to see your tighty-whiteys). No track suits or any sort of athetic wear either. You're not coming for a game of tennis, and even Venus Williams doesn't look like that when coming to Wimbledon, so neither should you.

The Music

While The Watershed is across from The Polka Theatre, thankfully the two establishments service a completely different crowd. And if you think otherwise, you obviously haven't tried grinding or twerking to 'In Heaven there is No Beer'. Talk about awkward. Specializing in 80s and 90s, The Watershed is a great place if you want to get your nostalgia on. They do throw in the more modern tune in every now and then, but it's really a better place if you want to be a Maniac on the dance floor and dance like you've never danced before. And if that's not your style then just switch rooms. So easy a Chav could do it. And if you want to top off a great evening with cheap drinks then this is the club for you. On special drink promotion Fridays selected drinks are only £1.50 until 11:30, and even after midnight the drinks are pretty reasonably priced. And then there's 2-4-1 cocktail Thursdays. Now there's something to drink to, or have two drinks to. A drink in each hand makes everything better.

The Westbourne Studios Guestlist and Table Bookings



Also known as Underneath the Westway, this place is a hard-to-find club here in London, but that just makes finding that much more worth it. A hotbed for creativity in the city, this place does it all; cinema, boxing, even office space is available to rent here. Even with that much going on they still find time to throw the hottest parties. Westbourne is one of those places that can handle practically anything that comes its way, so i you're looking for a unique place to go in London with endless possibilities under one roof, then Westbourne Studios may be just what you're looking for.

The Club

Two floors make up Westbourne Studios, though make sure you go to the correct two floors and not someone's office on accident (how do those people get any work done?). Boasting an impressive new sound system, lights, and projectors, their large dance floor leave plenty of room to raise your arms in the air and wave them like you just don't care or make a little heart with your hands or whatever else you might be interested in doing. Except for maybe flipping the bird. You'd probably be kicked out for that, but if you want to try we aren't going to stop you.

The Vibe

Coming here is a nice breather compared to all of the stuffy pretentious clubs in Chelsea or Soho. Here you can come in casual and have a nice drink with friends and your dance skills won't be called ridiculous by any pretentious snobs. Think a nice pair of jeans and a quirky tee rather than sequinned dress and enough make-up to paint a Picasso. And there shouldn't be any issues with staff or getting in; we've heard door staff has lightened up significantly. Unless you just want to be an arsehole and intentionally piss them off. We wouldn't suggest that, but if you do try it let us know how that goes, hmm?

The Music

A lot of what Westbourne Studios plays is electronic and the different sub genres that come with it. They've also been known to play the sickest house music during their Friday night Forward Motion parties. Friday and Saturday nights are the best if you want crazy good music, though you'll definitely want to check their website or Facebook for when the best tunes are playing, otherwise you may come by and all you'll hear are crickets and cars. Drinks are also reasonably priced. You'll definitely want to get a caipirinha here; Westbourne makes one of the best in the area. If you drink yourself under the table with this Brazilian mixer than you can wake up the next morning and get yourself a cheap breakfast at their restaurant. And word has it that during football matches there have special deals such at six Becks for £15, but you don't have to be a football fan to enjoy their great prices.