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Clubbing in West London When the lights go down across London the best nightclubs heat up and whatever you’re into you’ll find somewhere that suits you to have a boogie, listen to some wicked beats, or groove on down.

The Winning Post [map] , Chertsey Road, Twickenham, was established in 1992 as the premier place for rhythm and blues, jive and big band swing. The dress code is smart and the place is jumping every Tuesday night when Rock ‘n’ Roll comes to the fore with DJs and dancing. Put on your blue suede shoes and get ready to party.

Get bang up to date on all the latest chart hits and commercial dance with a visit to Oceana, Clarence Street. This venue has five huge bars, two nightclubs and a restaurant. Music varies from dance to R’n’B, hip hop, disco and pop. Also expect to see some superstar DJs hit the decks during the summer and winter months.

With a programme as varied as the community surrounding this venue, The Notting Hill Arts Club [map], Notting Hill Gate, is the perfect place to boogie, no matter what you’re into.

If indie’s your bag, check out Deathdisco [map], at the Notting Hill Gate, where Alan McGee and Danny Watson serve up some cool alternative tunes. Previous guest DJs include Courtney Love – lead singer of Hole and Kurt Cobain’s missus – Tim Burgess of The Charlatans’ fame, The Datsuns, and Mercury Rev.

For deep and funky house check out irregular night Lazy Dog at Notting Hill Gate which features resident DJs Ben Watt and Jay Hannan.
Head to where the beautiful people hang out at Cherry Jam [map], Porchester Road.

This new DJ bar brings together top labels, producers and celebrity guests, but it’s definitely substance over style as there’s plenty of quality music on offer here too.

During the week Cherry Jam hosts a number of cool events including multimedia nights and literary evenings. Visit here while you still can, Cherry Jam is sure to be packed with fruity clubbers before too long.

For a laid back night out check out Ginglik [map], Shepherds Bush Green, which is located in a former public toilet. Don’t be put off by this idea though as Ginglik is stylish and ambient offering an interior inspired by local artists. Ultra-friendly staff are on hand to ensure you enjoy a wide selection of music and alcohol.

On Tuesdays the place is transformed into an award-winning and hugely enjoyable comedy club.

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