If you’re looking for clubbing inspiration, then check out the Fluid London Top 10 Best Clubs. Alternatively, you could wait until later in the year when a new club is opening up on the South Bank.
While Londoners are faced with the closures of venues such as seONE and Matter, it would appear that clubbing in the capital is set for a dramatic change. What better time to announce the details of London's newest edition to the South Bank, the super club, Pulse.
Pulse will have the capacity for 4,500 people. It will also have the potential to host smaller promotions, as like most clubs, it can be reduced in size. The club can transform into three smaller venues: Pulse, a 'mini pulse', and the garden area.
No money has been spared on the interior, apparently; the club boasts four massive fast pour bars and fifty toilets, which means less time queuing and more time on the dance floor. Located in the heart of the London’s South Bank, moments away from Blackfriars and London Bridge tube stations and with its own private taxi rank.
Pioneered by club owner Mark Ames, who also owns The Arches in London Bridge, Pulse is set to launch in late September.