Joshua Brooks is hailed as one of the UK's best nightclubs; but during the day this tiny nightclub is a more adequately sized pub serving draught beers and classic pub food. Just off Oxford Road, it's a stones throw from both Oxford Road and Piccadilly Stations and is popular with students at lunch time…
Versions is highly-acclaimed as one of the best small clubs in the UK in recent years and it’s easy to see why. An amalgam of pub and club, Versions is a great venue for people in Manchester looking for somewhere fun, day or night.
The upstairs bar area is traditional in style with a great selection of ales, craft beer on tap and in the fridges they also boast a potent and lengthy scotch menu that really does set it apart from other venues. Plus, if you need anything to stodge yourself out before an evening in the club, then their Pieminister pies are also a big winner with visitors.
The club downstairs is a cavernous warehouse style space that will remind anyone who has partied in London of a smaller scale Fabric. The place where The Chemical Brothers began their musical odyssey, it has real pedigree on the Manchester club scene. Once full, it is a real powerhouse party space with strong DJ acts providing heavyweight sets throughout the week, look out for their ‘Juicy’ events on Wednesday nights, a real crowd pleaser. Versions is a club with a difference, so if you want to party hard in Manchester with a twist, then Versions is the place for you.
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Versions, 106, Princess Street, M1 6NG