When it comes to late night revelry, the Prince of Wales in Brixton is a venue to be rivalled. Located a few minutes from Brixton underground station, this pub and nightclub combo is famous for its outdoor, two-tier roof terrace which has been described by Time Out as the best in London. While its outdoor terrace is the best place to sip a cocktail and boogie the night away in the summer months, the Prince of Wales also offers a nifty indoor dancing experience too - its 1920s art deco dancehall boasts a sprung wooden dance-floor and a Turbosound system with enough bass to rattle your bones. The Prince of Wales regularly showcases club DJs and live acts from the worlds of house, disco, reggae and hip-hop, and is even staking a claim for a smoother audience thanks to its live Jazz Jam sessions on Thursday nights. Brilliantly, the Prince of Wales even offers free entry on the weekends – one of the few central Brixton venues to do so.