Quirky clubs in Manchester don't come much more fun than beloved tiki brand, Lola Lo's. Not only bringing a taste of the South Pacific to the heart of Manchester, Lola Lo is a wonderland of commercial hits and R&B DJs until the early hours of the morning.
Manchester nightlife is thriving, with an amazing selection of clubs to knock your socks off. From a VIP evening with fancy gadgets and loads of bubbly to an indie night in a basement club, Manchester has it. There really is a club for everyone so check out our list of recommended party powerhouses in the city for all the best places to let your hair down in the city for a big night of clubbing in Manchester.
Deptford Northern Soul Club is a new kind of soul night for the next generation, fuelled by classic hits found in parent's record collections and deep web searches. Expect triumphant trumpets, bold drum breaks and rousing vocals.
Factory251 is a popular nightclub in central Manchester. With something different on each floor, it pulls in a mixed crowd of Manchester clubbers and caters for everyone. Free shots and 99p drinks offers ensure a packed and lively night so arrive early to this club night staple of Manchester and a night of clubbing in Manchester on a budget.
Swing by KIKI top have your Sunday, Served. DJs Toni Lee & Billy Andrew will be going back-to-back to bring you the best of chart, pop and throwback classics with £4 cocktails, £2 drinks and £1 bombs to get you really pumped for the week ahead.
It's Manchester's longest weekly club night, filling dance floors since 1995. Check out why Funkademia is a tried and tested club night with a trip to Mint Lounge where you'll get down to funk, soul, disco, classic RnB and hip-hop till late.
Entry discounts and great drinks offers pull in the students to 42's, an Indie club on Bootle Street. This Deansgate treat plays Indie anthems with an eclectic mix of Glam, Rock & Roll and Funk too. Its quality music and friendly atmosphere make this unique club an unmissable spot in Manchester!