This bustling bar hosts a variety of pop and dance DJs during the week, and has karaoke on Wednesdays. The bar is small in size, but check out the upstairs balcony, which offers a view of the downstairs seating area. Centrally located, Cafe Habana makes a great place to start off a night of bar-crawling or clubbing. Open from 7 pm to 3 am every night, the bar features two stories, each of which has a bar and dance floor blasting house and pop music. Serving up reasonably-priced tipples including Fanta on tap with frequent weekday drinks offers, the bar has been recently refurbished and is a good place to grab a drink on a casual night or before heading out to a club. This Swedish-inspired bar is cozy, atmospheric, and quirky.
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Shows happen through the week, with late-night performances from midnight at the weekend. Soho has undergone so many facelifts in recent years, it has begun to take on traits of the ageing celebrity: plastic, shiny, hard to find the personality. So thank goddess for Soho Theatre, which has been bringing weirdos like us to Dean Street since and now stands as one of the few places to see first-rate comedy and cabaret in the capital. Its three venues sit on top of each other: a studio space above, a theatre in the middle and, down in the basement, a cabaret space — where we can usually be found. Late shows in the cabaret space start at 9.
Brixton is a testament to the multiculturalism that has made London the global city that it is today. A hub of diversity and artistic innovation, Brixton is guaranteed to seduce the culturally curious. If you find yourself here during the day, why not check out the famous Brixton Market or take a look at our list of other awesome things to see and do in Brixton?