TWO men have been stabbed in a bloodbath rampage outside a London nightclub.

Police descended on the scene near The Scala nightclub in King's Cross, north London, at around 5.15am.

The two victims in their 20s suffered non life-threatening injuries as the venue shuttered after a night of DJ music featuring rap, afrobeats, hip hop and dancehall hits.

Photographs of the scene show bloody clothes and blue roll on the ground as police officers patrol the area.

A cordon stretches from Pentonville Road to Gray's Inn Road, shutting off the one-way street outside the venue.

A spokesman for Camden Police said: "We’re investigating after two men, aged in their 20s, were stabbed in or near to the Scala nightclub in Kings Cross at around 5:15am.

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"Neither is in a life-threatening condition."

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: “We were called at 5.09am today (29 April) to reports of a stabbing on Pentonville Road, N1.

“We sent multiple resources to the scene, including ambulance crews, a paramedic in a fast response car and an incident response officer.

"We also dispatched a trauma team from London’s Air Ambulance, which consisted of a paramedic and a doctor in a car.

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“We treated two patients at the scene before taking them both to a major trauma centre as a priority.”

Scala, a former cinema in a 1920s building, opened as a nightclub and events venue in 1999.

Last night's event ended at 5am, when hundreds of revellers spilled out of the 1,145-capacity venue and into the street.

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