Brighton, England, UK: Nightlife - Pubs & Clubs

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Brighton's Nightlife

A city that compares every bit to thriving cities like London is bound to have a great selection of pubs (over 400 of them!), clubs and more – and Brighton & Hove does not disappoint. It’s one of the reasons that Brighton is regarded as one of the trendiest cities in the United Kingdom and why it’s so popular with the hen and stag crowd. There are also a number of gay clubs located in and around the Kemp Town area.

There's plenty to choose from - but here's my selection..


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Pop into Concorde 2 which is based along Madeira Drive for the chance to see various live bands. There’s often a lot of indie music played here if you like it.

Some of the best cocktails in the whole of Brighton & Hove are made in Blanch House (Kemp Town). The bar is actually a hotel one, but the cocktails, though pricey, are really out of this world.

Pub With No NameThe Pub With No Name (pictured right) is a very popular choice of bar/pub with locals and travellers alike. It’s located on Southover Street.

A nice, friendly pub is the Setting Sun Pub on Windmill Street – the comfy sofas and relaxed atmosphere is the perfect place to chill with a few drinks after a days travel.

There's further pub info at Drink In Brighton's website

Some of the more interesting clubs in Brighton include the Honey Club (Kings Rd), Joogleberry (Manchester Street) and Ocean Rooms (Morley St). Right on the Ocean (turn into West Street from Kings Road) you also have Creation Nightclub.

Brighton DomeThose that enjoy theatre and cinema also have good choices. The art deco Brighton Dome (left) is very close to the Royal Pavilion and is the biggest theatre in Brighton & Hove. Other interesting choices are the Komedia Theatre and Theatre Royal. Finally, there’s the Odeon Cinema for your usual Hollywood movies.



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