Not only are Gorilla producing line ups of international DJ talent for the weekend crowds and delivering top gigs on a weekly basis, they're welcoming back the students in style by throwing some of the best student nights around.
Student Clubs Manchester
With two huge universities in the city, it's no wonder there's student nights in Manchester almost every night of the week. You can really splash the cash in the clubs at The Printworks but there are also plenty of cheap drinks to be found in the Northern Quarter and Oxford Road districts. A Manchester student club must have a fantastic happy hour that will ease the budget and of course then there's comedy, cinema, live music and a whole lot more.
Tiger Tiger Manchester is one of the bigger Manchester clubs, with 8 rooms, weekly drinks deals and a different DJs offering a range of styles. With cool decor and a party vibe students are bound to be attracted to this place. A fun place to party on a weeknight or weekend, it's a student clubbing haven.
This tiki tropical paradise is the perfect get away from those text books, those triple-highlighted post-it notes and dare I say it, that dreaded dissertation... So let your hair down and give yourself a break at a club with great student drinks deals, including cocktails at ridiculously cut prices.
Joshua Brooks is a great warehouse style club that is highly-acclaimed as one the UK's best small clubs. Affordable, fun and playing great music, it regularly pulls in the student crowd looking for a good time. Its Wednesday night Hip-Hop event, 'Juicy' is a particular draw making Joshua Brooks one of the best student clubs.
There's a few reasons why 42's is a lot of student's favourite nightclub in Manchester. Dark, cheap and exciting, this place is pretty much the place you thought of when you fantasised about going out at Uni. And with a cool indie soundtrack, you pretty much won't want to leave either.
Billed as Manchester's "No.1 Indie Experience" 5th Avenue have certainly set themselves a high standard amongst the trendy student population of Manchester. Thankfully it delivers with cheap entry, cheap drinks and great indie/alternative music creating a hectic party vibe.
Looking for a roaring student club in Manchester? With their quirky interiors, live music roster and regular drinks deals, The Deaf Institute is prime for partying in the city for those under the age of 30.
Arriving early to FAC251 is a must and its not surprising that students pile in their droves with ridiculously cheap drinks and entry. It's normally pretty friendly here, and has a bit of a reputation as the go-to place for those who haven't made plans or have been convinced to go out last minute. Good job they deliver with music and atmosphere then.
The venue has a lot going for it: cheap pints, cheap shots and an amazing soundtrack. Half a club and half a hangout place, their eclectic music choice can range from Indie to club classics, making each trip here a definite and guaranteed great night out.