The Best Clubs in Soho in 2024

Everyone needs to experience clubbing in Soho at least once. Find out here where the very best clubs are and what you can expect from some of the best clubs in Soho.

The Best Clubs in Soho

Nowhere else in London quite has a club scene like Soho. In the heart of the West End in the borough of Westminster, this energetic neighborhood is the place to go for a memorable night out. 

Clubs in Soho range from chic cocktail bars, lively jazz clubs and vibrant gay clubs. No matter what your taste in music or perfect night out, you are guaranteed an amazing night in Soho. 

To help you find your next hangout, we’ve created a list of our top 12 Soho clubs. 


The Windmill Soho Nightclub

The Windmill Club Soho

The Windmill Soho
 offers vintage style dinner and a show. Enjoy theatrical style dining with cabaret performances and showgirls in this classic venue. 

The Windmill Soho has been a pillar of Soho nightlife for decades. Its motto of ‘We Never Closed’ speaks of its history of providing entertainment even through the Blitz. In 2021 it reopened its doors after a major refurbishment and remains one of the best clubs in Soho for an evening out.

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart with no sportswear or hoodies, no fancy dress allowed unless specified

Address: 17-19 Great Windmill St, London W1D 7JZ

Follow: @windmillsoho

Century Club

The Century Club Soho

Century Club is a private members club
 that not only offers exclusive events, but a great place for parties and night’s out. From live music to cocktail evenings, Century Club always has something going on. 

Make sure to head out onto the outer terrace for some breathtaking views of the London skyline. Or head out onto the rooftop terrace for cocktails and Al Fresco dining. There are a total of nine different rooms to choose from here, so there’s a space for every event, meeting or simple get together. 

Price: £££

Dress code: Smart 

Address: 61-63 Shaftesbury Ave, London W1D 6LQ

Follow: @century_soho

The Roxy

The Roxy Club Soho

This student friendly bar is one of the best clubs in Soho for great drink deals and all your favourite cocktails. You can get 2 for £10 on all their best cocktails every day during happy hour and ‘happier hour’. 

The Roxy is where you’ll want to be when you feel like an all night dance party. They have regular guest DJ sets and themed nights that will keep you going until 3am. It’s also a short walk from Tottenham Court Road station, making it easy to get to.

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 3-5 Rathbone Pl, London W1T 1HJ

Follow: @theroxylondon

St Moritz Club

Down in a basement along Wardour street you’ll find the St Moritz club. A place for ska, R&B and blues lovers since the 1960’s. This intimate club only has a small capacity but it offers some of the best live performances in Soho. 

Head to St Moritz on a Thursday night for Gaz’s Rockin’ Blues and enjoy ska, blues, funk and world music. Or why not swing by on a Friday & Saturday night for live bands and some amazing upcoming artists? 

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 159 Wardour St, London W1F 8W

Village Soho

The Village Soho

As gay clubs in Soho go, you can’t beat one of the originals. Village Soho offers a safe space for all members of the LGBTQIA+ community and has done for many years. Make sure to check their ‘what’s on’ calendar to see what DJs and shows are planned. 

You can also grab up to 50% off selected drinks during happy hour, which runs from 4pm-9pm every day. Or, if you love the limelight, take to the stage for Karaoke every Wednesday. 

LGBTQIA+ Friendly

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 81 Wardour St, London W1D 6QD

Follow: @village_soho

The Box Soho

The Box Soho

The Box Soho
 is a mysterious cabaret nightclub tucked away in the backstreets of Soho. Here you’ll see some of the most extravagant performances you’ll ever see. It’s a place to completely cut loose and have a wild night out. 

Clubbing in Soho has never been more luxurious than it is at The Box. Why not treat yourself and your friends to a bottle of Dom Perignon or explore the secret room in the lower levels. 

Price: ££££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 11-12 Walker's Ct, London W1F 0SD

Follow: @boxsoho

Freedom Bar Soho

Freedom Bar Soho

Freedom Bar Soho
 is one of the best gay bars and clubs in Soho. With a unique theatrical flair, you’ll be blown away by the shows and performances on offer. Make sure to check out their Kinky Kabaret every Monday night for singers, drag artists and so much more. 

Freedom is spread across two distinct floors. Relax and enjoy your favourite drinks in the cocktail bar, or head to the club space for DJ sets and plenty of dancing. You might even spot the next up and coming West End star at the graduate Sing Out events!

LGBTQIA+ Friendly

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 60-66 Wardour St, London W1F 0TA

Follow: @freedombarsoho

Soho Zebrano

Zebrano London

Deep in the heart of the neighborhood is one of the best clubs in Soho, Zabrano. This club is the place to go for delicious cocktails and amazing drink offers. Make sure to pop in for ‘Zappy’ hour to get cocktails from £5.50 and beer or a glass of wine from just £3.50. 

Zebrano also has some amazing events lined up each week. Regular nights include open mic nights, quizzes, comedy nights and drag brunches. The venue combines three unique spaces, the club, the cocktail and the restaurant. Grab some Filipino BBQ and grill dishes before you hit the dancefloor or get started on the cocktail menu. 

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 18 Greek St, London W1D 4DS

Follow: @zebranosoho

Circa Soho

Circa Soho

Circa Soho
 is part of the LGBTQIA+ Baby Bull Group. It was the first venue of the group of clubs and continues to be one of the best gay clubs in Soho. The bar may be small but it’s definitely mighty, with regular DJs and dancing until 1am. 

This venue is a great place to wind down or have a more relaxed and easy going night out. Grab a table or a booth and just relax with friends over expertly crafted cocktails or your favourite beer. 

LGBTQIA+ Friendly

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 62 Frith St, London W1D 3JL

Follow: @circasoho

Thirst Bar

Thirst Bar Soho

If you’re looking to stay out as late as possible, get yourself to Thirst bar. Here you’ll be able to party until 3am while enjoying an amazing mix of music and delicious drinks. There’s two distinct rooms to choose from, the main bar or the more intimate private event room. 

There’s two happy hours to catch for amazing drink deals, Stupid Hour which runs from 4pm-6pm Mon-Fri and Happy Hour 6pm-8pm Mon-Fri. They also have happy hours on Saturdays from 4pm to 6pm. Stop by to enjoy offers on both classic cocktails like the Cosmopolitan, or go contemporary with a Mai Tai.

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 53 Greek St, London W1D 3DR

Follow: @thirstbar

The Yard Bar

The Yard Soho

The Yard Bar
 is a beautiful, botanical laden gay bar in the heart of Soho. Here you’ll be able to sit and relax in the beautiful courtyard, or head inside to the rustic style bar. 

There’s always something going on but in the summer months the club really comes alive. With stunning outdoor spaces, there’s no better place to grab a drink and let go of the day. Make sure to keep an eye on their social media feeds to see what events are on each week.

LGBTQIA+ Friendly

Price: ££

Dress code: Smart Casual

Address: 57 Rupert St, London W1D 7PN

Follow: @theyardsoho

How to find the best clubs in Soho

Clubbing in Soho is an experience you’ll never forget. No matter where you go or what you want from a night out, there will be a venue for you.

If you’re looking to move somewhere with easy access to Soho nightlife, why not take a look at our Dressage Court development in Bethnal Green. From Bethnal Green station, you’ll be able to catch the Central Line straight to one of the stations encircling Soho. As a bonus, the Central Line also has a night tube, meaning you’ll have no trouble enjoying the Soho nightlife.


Josh Sebastian


Josh is an experienced London resident and stellar local guide. With his finger on the pulse of things to do in London, he's constantly sharing lesser-known tips and recommendations with readers.