Brighton: Where to Go for Clubbing and Drinks?

Brighton is credited as one of the most popular cities to visit for its diverse and lively nightlife. The city offers an extensive selection of pubs, bars and clubs. With daily organised events and drink deals you are spoilt for choice of places to go out in Brighton. The culture of Brighton is reflected and recreated in the pubs, clubs and bars individual styles. There are a range of local pubs distributed along the sea front and in the heart of the laines. The White Rabbit is a favorite amongst Brightonians for it’s quirky style and candle lit atmosphere. Another popular is the Hand in Hand which is known for its brewing of its own unusual Kemptown ales, and is in fact the smallest Pub in Brighton. Kings and Queens, located close to the Brighton Dome, is a popular amongst students for its weekly 2 for 1 drink offers and football match screenings.

The clubs in Brighton are often developing to remain on trend, Digital, Coalition and Life are top runners in the clubbing scene with reasonable entry prices and varied music playlists; ranging from dubstep to chart music. In attempt to remain a top visited club Honeyclub has recently incorporated the well known indie night Project, which could be worth checking out. Accompanying the chained clubs and bars feature the classics such as Lola Los and Vodka Revolution. However, with Brighton’s casual attitude towards nightlife, the non-chain bars and clubs such as Madame Geisha and Casablanca are appreciated amongst the locals. The Haunt as of late 인천노래방 has been labelled the up and coming club of this year; with dedicated nights for several music decades and hosting live music gigs.

Aside from clubbing, Brighton is renowned for its varied music scene and host of upcoming comedians. Komedia is a well established venue in the North Laines, it has built up a strong reputation by consistently showcasing a range of comedians and music artists. Additionally, Komedia hosts an extent of club nights such as the popular ’80’s club night’ which is aimed at people who actually hate rather than love 80’s music. There are many venues which host both live music and club nights, these include The Green Door Store and The Prince Albert which are both located near Brighton Station and provide a valued step in the door for upcoming music acts.