The Most Unique Nightclubs in the UK
Make your night out an occasion that everyone will remember by heading out to one of the most unique nightclubs in the UK.
When you’ve got all your group together sometimes there is nothing better than going all out till the early hours of the morning in a crazy and quirky club! And luckily for you we have done all of the research you need and put together an epic list below. We have found 10 unique nightclubs that are dotted all over the UK. Have a read below and see what ones take yours and your friends fancy for your night out. Whilst you're at it, see if any of our group activities take your fancy too!
Website | 7-12 Sloane Square, London
Known for being the ‘Mexican Madhouse’, Tonteria has established itself as one of the most recognised and prominent nightclubs in London. Since opening in 2012 this Mexican jungle attracts all types of people with one thing in common – they want to have some fun! The name ‘Tonteria’ translates in Spanish to ‘foolishness’ or ‘silliness’ and that is exactly what is to be expected at this venue. They've even hosted parties for the likes of Prince Harry and Leonardo Di Caprio!
Website | 21 Temple St, Liverpool
Mansion is one of those venues where you can’t judge a book by its cover, it may not look like much when you get to the entrance but once you step inside you will be mesmerised by the sights. With a large DJ booth, bar, and VIP area. The unique selling point of this nightclub is when you go downstairs. The only thing downstairs are the toilets, but before you get to them you will find a bright pink phone box and a large scale Barbie Doll box which can be used for photos.
3. Menagerie Restaurant & Bar
Website | 1 New Bailey, Manchester
Menagerie is the place to go for a bite to eat, cocktails with friends and even a full night out experience until the early hours of the morning! It is an American style restaurant with modern American cuisine and amazing décor. They can also help you host a range of different events from baby showers to birthday parties! And there is a great photo opportunity for you and the girls with a bathtub in one of the rooms.
4. The Garage
Website | 490 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow
The Garage is a unique music venue and nightclub in Glasgow and is so popular due to the fact that it is the largest one in the area! The main hall was formerly a ballroom and now has been transformed into a place where you can enjoy good music, amazing drinks, and dance with friends all night long. You will find they often have amazing club nights and live music and have hosted thousands of bands and artists. The Garage is spread over 6 rooms on 4 different levels and is open 7 days a week 365 days a year!
Website | 329 Fulham Road, London
Maggie’s is a club that is home to a ‘nostalgic myriad of 1980s tributes’ and ‘brings the eccentric period back to life through its political history, cheesy music, and retro drinks’. So inside you will find photos of Margaret Thatcher, drinks inside of Rubik’s cubes and some cassette tape tables! Since opening in 2010, Maggie’s has been the place to go if you want to enjoy all things 80s. If you are looking for a cheesy place to go for your night out this is the place for you.
6. Belgrave Musical Hall & Canteen
Website | 1-1a Cross Belgrave St, Leeds
The Belgrave Musical Hall & Canteen in Leeds can provide you with everything you may need during your night out. In fact this is a place where you can stay for the whole evening. The venue is across 3 floors and has a roof garden, DJs and occasional gigs. They also have some incredible food like pizzas from Dough Boys Leeds and burgers from Patty Smiths UK. So if you are looking for a place where you can enjoy the sun in the roof garden with some delicious food in the day, and then head down to where the DJs and gigs are in the evening then this is the place for you.
7. The King’s Head Members Club
Website | 257 Kingsland Rd, London
Probably one of the most unique venues when it comes to the décor. The King’s Head Members Club is a venue where you need a membership but there are times where you can book a table at this club. There is a Basement Club, Butterfly Room, Wildcat Room, Boudoir, Main Bar and Polar Bear Room. And to give you an idea on this venue there are stuffed animals to suit each room in the building. Usually open till 5am there are amazing live acts, shows and DJs who come here.
Website | 5-6 Kenyon Steps, Liverpool or 34 Bridge Street, Manchester
Boujee is the place to go if you are looking for pink, flowers, delicious cocktails, great music and the perfect spots for Insta pics. They have an indoor and outdoor venue in both Liverpool and Manchester so you can choose between the two cities. Both have amazing décor, a delicious menu and moth watering cocktails. At the weekend they are open till the early hours of the morning too which means plenty of time for dancing.
Website | 10 Marine Parade, Brighton
Patterns has been around since 2015 and is a place for Brighton’s underground club culture and a small live music venue that is known by everyone! There are 3 floors to this incredible venue. When you step inside you will be on the ground floor where you will find a DJ booth. Here you can chill out enjoy some drinks and the music that the DJ is providing you with. Then you can go downstairs, that is usually where you will find live music and then they also have a terrace which is a south facing wood-decked terrace. Perfect for those summer days, they also have summer parties up here with DJs from 2pm till late.
10. World HQ
Website | Curtis Mayfield House, Newcastle
World HQ in Newcastle is a club known by everyone. It’s a place that welcomes groups of all kinds and definitely a venue that should be at the top of your list if you are in Newcastle. There are two floors inside this venue. Upstairs is where you will find everything you need for the ultimate party, with an epic sound system providing you with all the best music. And downstairs you will find a laid back live lounge and clubbing venue with leather couches.
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