Clubbing In Oxford
Whatever kind of music you’re into, chances are
when the lights go out across Oxford you’ll be keen
to liven your evening up in one of the area's clubs.
Park End [map] calls itself Oxford’s premier
nightclub, and even if this might be a bit presumptuous,
it's always packed to the rafters with fun-seekers. Weeknights
are for students and the weekend, along with Friday’s
Soul Soup is busy with locals keen to celebrate the
end of the working week with anthems from the world of
R’n’B and cheesy pop.
Escape [map] is one of those famous venues that offers
hi-jinks akin to the clubbing in London and Manchester.
With a comfortable restaurant, two bars and a loft-style
environment, this is a place to chill out, indulge
in a sisha pipe and listen to resident DJ Piers Blinco
in action. Escape can be found on Market Avenue, High
For a name you can trust head to Po Na Na [map], the
last word in ambience, which can be found at Magdalen
With its Moroccan-vibe and special “bed” area,
this is a firm favourite with locals and students alike.
Monday means The Kitschen, which is all
about swing classics, funky jazz and essential pop classics
from the 1960s and 1970s. Whilst The Pussycat Club is a student friendly night of Brit pop, soul, reggae
and hip hop.
Students will also feel at home at the award-winning
Old Fire Station [map] on George Street. A particular
favourite for offering top-notch student nights, the Old
Fire Station is a great place to enjoy a night of theatre,
comedy, live music or simply to dance the night away.
If you like your pop music with a distinct Latin vibe
check out Club Latino [map],
which offers plenty of sounds to tango to as well as salsa
classes and lessons from the experts.
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