Best Clubs in Brighton
If you're something of a dance-floor demon looking to find the most hell-raising clubs in the city, guess what, we've ruddy found them haven't we! With some of the biggest names in the party industry on their decks, these cracking clubs know a thing or two about a DJ showdown; from a fun-fair inspired hot spot to a top tunnel venue with one of the best sound systems in Sussex. Check out our recommendations for the best clubs in Brighton and get to know one of the most booming nightlife scenes in the UK.
Located in the former home of the iconic Audio club, Patterns is a Brighton favourite fronting an eclectic DJ roster and forward-thinking party antics. Head here all through the week for late-night revelry, cutting edge music and the best of the Brighton nightclub scene. You certainly won't regret it.
Not your ordinary club in Brighton, The Haunt is something of a hipster party haven in the city, with no high-waisted jean and nose ring being left behind. From some of the best indie DJs in the UK to a top notch selection of house music, The Haunt might not be rocking the prettiest of warehouse interiors, but it is rocking some of the best parties in the city on a weekly basis.
A party palace of drinking, dining and clubbing extravagance, No 32 is in The Lanes and offers up an incredible atmosphere for your nights out in Brighton. You'll find a bar well versed in the art of mixology with happy hours reigning throughout the week (except Saturdays) and a late licence until 4:30am on the weekends.
It's not all eating and drinking at this fun Brighton venue. Revolution Bar also amp up the volume and crank up the fun come weekends as they host regular DJ nights, drink deals and a brilliant party atmosphere that will see you partying until the early hours.
They may give off the guise of one heck of a great gig venue, but give these guys a DJ slot and you'll be shaking those hips like no other. Infamous for their warehouse plot, premium underground names and heaving atmosphere, The Green Door Store is the club in Brighton for those who like a little off kilter partying and late night antics.
Beachfront Concorde 2 has been going hard for two decades and still throws a head-thrashing, booty-shaking night out with a packed calendar of live music and DJs. The club's interiors are surprisingly unique with stained glass windows and hefty wooden beams across the ceiling, this club is still making history today.
One of Brighton's biggest clubs, Pryzm, has had a swanky refurbishment and reopened with more fun than ever before. No matter what you're looking for on a Brighton night out, you will find it at Pryzm with three separate themed rooms, from an 80s throwback section complete with flashing dance floor to the urban Curve room.
Club Revenge is one of Brighton's busiest gay clubs packed with glitter balls, themed nights and raucous fun. Late night revelries are dressed up and outrageous with foam parties and karaoke nights, and there are three rooms to spend the night boogeying away.
Alongside serving all your favourite American comfort food dishes, the Walkabout on Brighton's Beachfront is fast becoming one of the city's most popular clubs. With an idyllic Reef Bar showing footage of the Great Barrier Reef and a bar stocked full of all your favourite international beers and spirits, the Aussie-inspired haunt regularly hosts frivolous club nights. Look no further for your new favourite nightclub in Brighton.
Slamming club venue? Live music hot spot? There's a little something for everyone at this beachfront club where music and sound systems reign supreme. Found in the cool, brick-clad, vintage viaducts overlooking the ocean, Coalition is a big name player on the Brighton club scene thanks to its accumulation of some of the biggest party headliners in the industry including Madeon, Jaguar Skills, Alunageorge and many, we mean many, more.
Located in the Victorian Arches along the seafront, The Arch is an intimate and raving venue for a party in Brighton. Spread over several floors and rooms, the club has hosted the likes of Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox and Annie Mac among others and keeps the high-octane energy alive today.