Clubbing in Brighton just got a whole lot stylish with the likes of No 32 shacking up the party scene with their cool atmosphere and late licence. Hidden in The Lanes, this one is both discerning and brimming with big character where you can swing by for luscious cocktails and big nights out.
Did you know that people come from far and wide, and we mean internationally you guys, to visit some of our infamous seaside clubs? From themed party ventures where vintage hedonism reigns supreme to rustic basement plots, host to some of the biggest DJ names in the industry, Brighton clubs are renowned for their late night jaunts and premium music. Check out our concise guide to clubbing in Brighton and dance yourself silly around some of the best party plots in the business.
One of those clubs nabbing themselves a beachfront archway plot, Coalition is renowned among the young 20 somethings in town for late night frolics and underground vibe. From hot house names such as Jaguar Skills having graced the stage to their party booths, this is by no means a timid introduction to Brighton clubbing.
From a basement club to a cocktail bar, Patterns boasts the best of both worlds when it comes to clubbing in Brighton. With space for up to 260 party people in its main room, Patterns is still heaving come sundown thanks to its every changing rota of name faces behind the decks. Nab a plot on their sea facing patio when the sun starts to shine and get a true feel for Brighton clubbing in the summer.
With a series of rooms, a killer sound system, reasonable drink prices and hot line up of DJs, Bau Wow on East Street is one hot spot to party in.
Popular with party people, The Haunt throws one heck of a bash. From 80s themed nights to hip hop affairs, this is no place to worry about heels and hairspray, it's the night to hang out with chums, enjoy some sweet beats and revel in one of the best warehouse clubs in Brighton.
Nestled on the seafront, The Arch is home to some of the biggest nights out around. Expect weekly club nights through the week and some of the biggest DJs playing everything from house to drum and bass and beyond come the weekend.
Another for those a little shy of the bustling beachfront clubs and boisterous seaside jaunts, The Green Door Store is your trendy warehouse alternative. Host to a raucous selection of live gigs and club nights to boot, you can expect a cool crowd, industrial style interiors and pocket-friendly tipples.
Rather than bashful dubstep and ear rollicking drum and bass, you can expect sweet commercial sounds in this LGBT-friendly joint. From jollies around the dance floor to multiple floors of pop mash-ups, Revenge is one of the most playful clubs in town and one of the best gay venues in the area.
From expert speakers to banging club nights, Brighton Music Conference is the place to be this April. Back for the 6th time, this iconic event is heading to the seafront for professional theatres, a Toolroom Academy, the DJ Growth Lab, club nights and more.
Cheap tipples, heaving dance floors and commercial club tracks streaming through the room, expect that and no less from a club like Shooshh. A regular hotspot for students, and weekend VIPs, expect reality TV guest appearances and bumping elbows on the dance floor.