Revs is welcoming new students from Brighton and Sussex with open arms, expect all your favourite hip-hop, RnB, and a little bit of old skool as the cheap drinks flow and you celebrate the start of a cracking three years.
Freshers Week Parties in Brighton
You've left Mum and Dad behind for the dapper seafront shores of Brighton, but where to go? And how hard to party? Here to help cater to your hedonistic whims, we've compiled a cracking list of parties and events to expect this coming Freshers Week; from the pocket friendly to the down right dastardly of club nights. Check out our recommendations for some of the best freshers week parties and events in Brighton here.
The Haunt is a nightclub in Brighton that prides itself on playing every genre of music under the sun. From classic indie to bass-shaking hip hop, the resident DJs are masters when it comes to whipping up their crowds into a frenzy.
Patterns is a jack-of-all-trades by all meanings of the word. Serving lunch, dinner and cocktails on the beachfront, head down after dark and you'll find a bustling nightclub that shakes with vibrant energy and has plenty of flair. This September, they'll be hosting a number of student nights out to welcome the city's Freshers in style.
Another of Brighton's most renowned beachfront clubs, Coalition is set to be a firm party friend. Known for a top notch selection of Freshers Week events from late night jaunts to top notch DJ names, Coalition is just the haunt for those of you looking to dance the night away to the sweet sounds of house hits and cracking club hits.
No Freshers guide can be complete without a mention of Brighton's biggest gay club, Club Revenge. Despite normally hosting drag shows and hilarious comedy nights, the team behind this fun-loving venue have pulled in a great line up of local DJs to whip the city's many fresher crowds into a frenzy.
OK they may not be doing specific freshers events but is there any better way to get to know people than going to a darn good gig? Discover new bands and see some of your favourites at this legendary venue and club. There's also plenty of themed parties, like Abba Disco Wonderland, as well as DJ sets from some of the best in the world.
With an army of freshers taking over the city this September, PRYZM are pulling out all the stops to welcome them, hosting loads of nights of massive party tracks, strobe lights and plenty of discount drinks, there's even an appearance by Tim Westwood this year.
Armed with smoke machines, a stellar sound system and arguably the best team of resident DJs in Brighton, The Arch has been planning its Freshers Week events since last year's festivities came to an end. Known for its devil-may-care attitude and jaw-dropping visual effects, there are few better places to spend your freshers week in Brighton.
This beloved bar will be welcoming its new wave of students with Freshers closing parties, giveaways and a good old fashioned pub quiz across the first term. With lots of drinks deals, some good grub for when you're not dancing and plenty of tunes, they've got you set.
Shoosh is a favourite spot for students so they're puling out the big guns for their freshers events, expect fire, sparklers, confetti and smoke machines. With the drinks flowing and the music going you'll be partying all night long, forget about all those induction lectures.