Best Manchester Clubs

Manchester is world famous for delivering diverse and dangerously addictive clubs to its party goers, and rightly so. With a rich and eclectic musical heritage that earns envious glares from cities the breadth of the country, Manchester is the undisputed Northern clubbing mecca. This is the city for sell out warehouse parties and VIP soirees to indie rock raves and city centre student shakedowns. For the ultimate low-down on the best clubs in Manchester, look no further. 

Last updated on 14th September 2018




Gorilla

346 user reviews 4

Under the tracks of Oxford Road train station lays a sleeping giant. One of the most exciting venues on the Manchester circut, Gorilla has awoken and has made a habit of smashing parties to pieces. There's room for 700 hedonists at this Manchester club where people flock from far and beyond to go hard long into the night to the sounds of top DJs. 

Tiger Tiger Manchester

133 user reviews 4

Tiger Tiger is like taking a tumble down the rabbit hole with Alice and ending up in a clubbing wonderland of huge tunes, bright lights and fun times. Find yourself in this party palace and discover karaoke and many a differently themed room each with a different music policy. Whether you're looking for disco, old school tunes or the best commercial hits, Tiger Tiger is a club in Manchester that has it all. 

Lola Lo Manchester

66 user reviews 3

This tiki club in Manchester is the perfect tropical escape from your workday woes. Enjoy luscious libations served up shaken, stirred, on the rocks or even frozen in all kinds of fun shapes and sizes. Boasting three floors and canal-side views in Deansgate Locks, Lola Lo is a party palace of luscious drinks and no good antics. 

The Warehouse Project

3 user reviews 2

The Warehouse Project is like the clubbing pilgrimage of the UK, calling all late night party goers to it's industrial arches under Piccadilly station. Returning to its spiritual nexus at Store Street, WHP is a killer night out in Manchester with a winter residency that sees the biggest and best DJs from across the world come to this legendary clubbing hot spot for some of the loudest and longest parties in the UK. 

Suburbia

3 user reviews 5

What was once the infamous Avici White is now a luxurious underground of basement party vibes and glamorous clientele. For an exclusive Manchester club feel, Suburbia is the kind of place you'll hear the biggest party anthems whilst hanging out with a crowd that's dressed to impress. Subterranean and sultry by nature, Suburbia keeps the noise pumping until late. 

Whether it be club nights with some of Manchester's most popular promotions or Sunday session courtyard parties for 150 people, here's a venue that is fast becoming one of the best clubs in Manchester. With weekly residencies, top monthly parties and top secret special events throughout the year, South keeps the party people on their toes and itching to frequent the floor of this Funktion One filled club.

LIV

27 user reviews 2

Unique, ultra cool and stylish. LIV next to Albert Hall is all of the above and more. With a raised DJ booth above the dance floor, LED screen and lavish Marble bar, clubs in Manchester just got a whole lot swankier. With a beautiful terrace and bar and Pan Asian restaurant in tow, no other club in the city offers such a holistic evening out. Wine, dine and dance the night away. 

Versions

6 user reviews 4

Joshua Brooks/Versions is not only known as one of the best small clubs in Manchester, but it has also attracted a pedigree of cool artists playing there (did someone say Oasis?). A cavernous warehouse style space there for those who love a bit of tie-off, hair-down revelry, this is back to basics partying that pulls in people of all ages for a good old fashioned knees-up in an underground basement making for one cool club in Manchester.