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GO Clubbing In Durham

Clubbing in Durham Durham is not famous for its nightlife but that’s not to say you shouldn’t make a trip to one of the city’s three clubs if you get the chance.

Most popular with university students, the nightclubs here offer lots of cut-price drinks, play the ultimate in cheesy music and stay open until 2am.

The biggest, and undoubtedly the most popular, clubbing venue in Durham is DH-1 [map] on North Road right in the city centre, which has some excellent resident and guest DJs playing rock and old skool tunes.

On the same stretch of road you’ll find Café Rock [map], which plays plenty of cheesy and current chart music as well as having good drinks promotions on student nights.

Finally there’s Klute [map] on Elvet Riverside, which in the past has been voted the worst club in Europe by FHM magazine. Despite the (somewhat unfair) title, this place still manages to pull in the crowds and there is often a queue to get in – and then another to get on the dance floor! The DJs here play old classic disco tunes with some dance and chart music thrown in for good measure, making it a haunt popular for students.

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