Pretty soon we won’t need Mark Ronson for some Uptown Funk. We’ll have the Night Tube to get us there.
Set to open in late July, the game-changing 24hr service - promising 12hrs of nobody speaking to one another before 12hrs of everyone speaking to one another - will revolutionise London’s clubbing scene.
And with this in mind, the party-hardy folk at MixMag have tinkered with the Night Tube map in the best way possible, replacing tube stops with a mixture of gig venues and notable nightspots to make it easier than ever to go from sober to sozzled.
Wood Green becomes Ally Pally, King’s Cross is Scala and Electrowerkz, Liverpool Street becomes XOYO, St Paul’s is now Fabric, and you get the drift.
Heck, this could well prove handy for daytime hours too.
Don't believe us, just look below.