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Ministry Of Sound

Having celebrated its 20th anniversary last year and weathered the economic downturn much better than the property developers threatening to close it down to open flats opposite, Ministry Of Sound continues its reign as one of the most famous club brands on the planet. Boasting the kind of killer, skeleton-shaking soundsystem now so rare in London, and still pulling in the biggest names from the rolling tech house of Nic Fanciulli's Saved Records to the gigantic trance of Cosmic Gate, with Michael Woods, Cosmonauts and Joe & Will Ask as residents, its spot off the roundabout at Elephant & Castle may not be the most glamorous setting, but the maze of rooms and walkways within are perfect for losing yourself in hedonistic abandon. Throw in a design inspired by Larry Levan's revered Paradise Garage, a history of being the first to bring over America's greatest jocks as highlighted on 2011's 'Live and Remastered' compilation last year, and you have one of the world's most iconic venues.