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Ministry of Sound (MoS) is one of the most famous nightclubs in the world of electronic music. Located in Elephant and Castle, Southwark, South London, Ministry of Sound was one of the key locations in the development of house music in Britain in the early 1990s. DJs mix live sets on Friday and Saturday each week. The MoS boasts two spacious dance floors as well as a Sony PlayStation room and Absolut chill bar.

In recent times, the Ministry of Sound brand has expanded with franchise clubs being opened in Asia, and club tours taking place worldwide.

Ministry of Sound is also a record label that produces many compilations each year, featuring many artists. These compilations are compiled from many different genres of music, but primarily the dance, house, and trance genres.

Ministry of Sound was founded by, and is still largely owned and controlled by, Jamie Palumbo, son of property developer Lord Peter Palumbo. Profits from the MoS brand put Palumbo on the Sunday Times Rich List 2004, with an estimated worth of £136m.


  • Beyond Euphoria
  • Big Tunes
  • Chillout Sessions
  • Clubber's Guide
  • Club Nation
  • Dance Nation
  • FSUK
  • Funky House Sessions
  • Hard NRG
  • Jungle Rewind
  • Late Night Sessions
  • Nasty Dirty Sex Music Sessions
  • Maximum Bass
  • Sessions
  • The Annual
  • The Mash Up Mix

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Former Ministry of Sound niteclub, first outside of the UK, 2002 to 2003, in Bangkok, Thailand, Sukhumvit Soi 11, now closed.

Major London nightclub venues

Camden Palace | Electric Ballroom | The End | Fabric | Fridge | Marquee Club | Ministry of Sound | Scala | Turnmills