Submerged beneath the Victorian arches of Brighton Seafront, The Arch has one mission - to blow Brighton’s underground club scene out of the water.
The venue was once the heart of South England’s underground club movement – playing host to the likes of Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Annie Mac and many more - today, the boisterous club aims to bring Brighton back to its former glory. Equipped with the bespoke ‘12KW Funktion-one Dance Stack’ - twelve twenty-one inch bass speakers that have been refurbished and re-calibrated for unrivalled sound quality – the venue packs a sonic punch that will see these iconic arches vibrating into the early hours of the morning (beware early morning beach runners, the ruckus goes on until 5am!).
The club looks to “push the boundaries of status quo clubbing with forward thinking and experimental music policies” – promising to continuously deliver undiscovered sounds from young, up and coming talent as well as securing the world’s best DJs and artists for live performances. The venue features two rooms with independent sound systems over two floors and a stage for live performances – all of which become flooded with a sea of intrepid musicheads who unfalteringly ride the roaring wave of the night whilst drinking like fishes (thanks to the affordable £7 doubles!).
- Happily Affordable ££
- Dance floor
The Arch, 187-193, Kings Road, BN1 1NB