So what's going on with London clubbing??

The End is well and truly gone. Can't say I miss it too badly, I've spent more than enough time there. Now many of the nights have found new homes, with James Holden’s Border Community moving to The Arches in London Bridge and the always good Bugged Out! relocating to Matter at the dome, the venue that is to clubbing what corporate hospitality is to grass-roots football.

We checked out the opening night of Ghost, a converted paper mill in Farringdon. Run by the former manager of AKA, it's not unlike AKA and The End (Jaded has relocated there) – good sound system, nice size, but with the addition of some quite chic interiors by designer Robbie Clydesdale and a team of street artists, which is a big improvement.

But the fact of the matter (no pun intended) is that London's mid-size clubs seem to be rapidly disappearing. The Key, The Cross and Canvas are now a distant memory, Turnmills has gone and T Bar has been evicted from the Tea building, although apparently there's a new project in the pipeline.

So what's the score? Seriously, if you know please tell us! In the meantime, we'll no-doubt see you in a Dalston basement or some revamped old-man's-pub in Hackney...

[Image: limited edition T-shirt dress by Eio for The End]

OK, we have some answers...