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This is what the Night Tube looks like with just clubs on

Londoners, take a look at your destiny

  • Seb Wheeler, Vassilis Skandalis, Patrick Hinton
  • 17 March 2016

For a guide to each line and the clubs included, see the list below

Here's what London's Night Tube looks like with just clubs on.

The long-awaited service is set to start this summer, so we've mapped out which venues you'll be able to get to and from outside of normal Tube hours.

The Jubilee, Victoria, Central, Northern and Picadilly lines will all operate through the night, meaning many of the capital's best clubs will be more easy to reach than ever before (with plans to add more lines over time). It's what every Londoner has been waiting for, especially those who rave.

Start planning your jaunts across the city using the maps above and let us know if we've missed any clubs out by commenting below or shooting us a tweet.

Ways of dealing with the harsh bright light and tiled surfaces of the underground while off your dish at 4.30am forthcoming.

Check the list of clubs in more detail below.

// Central //

Stratford For the converted warehouse spaces that have popped up in Hackney Wick, including Shapes, The Yard, Mick's Garage and Number 90.

Mile End For Autumn Street Studios, run by the people behind the Bloc. events brand and record label.

Bethnal Green For Oval Space and sister club The Pickle Factory, as well as legendary Bethnal Green Working Men's Club.

Liverpool Street For a plethora of clubs in the Shoreditch area, including XOYO, Old Blue Last, Village Underground, Studio Spaces E2 and Basing House.

St. Paul's If you're up for the walk, this is the stop for fabric.

Oxford Circus For The 100 Club, site of legendary Northern Soul all nighters, historic gigs and Mixmag Live with Novelist.

Notting Hill Gate For another legendary venue, Notting Hill Arts Club.

Shepherd's Bush For the grand Shepherd's Bush Empire.

North Acton For West London house and techno haven Loft Studios.

// Jubilee //

Stratford For the converted warehouse spaces that have popped up in Hackney Wick, including Shapes, The Yard, Mick's Garage and Number 90.

North Greenwich For the rave oasis in the South East London hinterland, including Building Six and Studio 338.

London Bridge Once a great clubbing hotspot, now you'll have to trek over the bridge to The Steelyard or journey to Peckham's Bussey Building, Rye Wax and Canavan's for nearby rave fun.

Southwark For the sweat-soaked arches of Great Suffolk Street Warehouse.

Green Park For the long-serving Institute of Contemporary Arts.

// Northern //

Kentish Town For The Forum, which has seen its fair share of very good times.

Chalk Farm For the epic Roundhouse.

Camden For the historic Electric Ballroom.

Mornington Crescent What is it with the Northern line and grand old venues? KOKO is here.

Charing Cross Heaven, which has been raging since the 70s and has many stories to tell.

Elephant & Castle After the regeneration of King's Cross and London Bridge, Elephant & Castle feels like one of London's last clubbing hubs. Get off here and you're a stone's throw away from The Coronet, which dates back to 1879, Ministry Of Sound, one of the pillars of UK clubbing, and cult hotspot Corsica Studios, as well as the rowdy venue next door, The Colombian.

// Piccadilly //

Wood Green Alexandra Palace, which holds nearly 10,000 dancers and has recently hosted Disclosure, Bonobo and Slipknot.

Finsbury Park Opposite the station is sticky rave pub Silver Bullet, which usually hosts on-point 'bass' music and is powered by a VOID system.

Caledonian Road For EGG, the club that never sleeps.

King's Cross Dance music used to throb around this station, but these days it's only Scala that throws all-nighters in close vicinity, as well as Surya and Electrowerkz up the road.

Green Park For the long-serving Institute of Contemporary Arts.

// Victoria //

Finsbury Park Opposite the station is sticky rave pub Silver Bullet, which usually hosts on-point 'bass' music and is powered by a VOID system.

Highbury & Islington The Garage is here, but Uber or walk to nearby Dalston to find Dance Tunnel, The Nest, Alibi, Bar-A-Bar and more.

King's Cross Dance music used to throb around this station, but these days it's only Scala that throws all-nighters in close vicinity, as well as Surya and Electrowerkz up the road.

Oxford Circus For The 100 Club, site of legendary Northern Soul all nighters, historic gigs and Mixmag Live with Novelist.

Green Park For the long-serving Institute of Contemporary Arts.

Victoria For The Qube Project.

Vauxhall Get lost in a warren of clubs that are open all weekend (and all week). Fire and Lightbox are two favourites.

Brixton For an eclectic set of venues, including Phonox, Electric Brixton, Prince of Wales and Brixton Jamm.

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