Newcastle is famous for it’s student nights out, with clubs and bars welcoming hundreds of students every weekend.
Bars and Clubs
Most of the best clubs in Newcastle are located around the Bigg Market, which attracts students from all over the UK looking for a big night out. Clubs like the Miami-themed Florita’s and the famous TigerTiger provide all the ingredients for a classic student night out, while the proximity of the clubs to each other means the Bigg Market is a hub of student activity every weekend.
If you’re looking for something a bit quieter, The Botanist and Alvino’s provide a selection of exotic cocktails at affordable prices, perfect for a catch up with you friends or a few drinks before heading on somewhere else.
Live music venues can be found all over Newcastle, from the famous O2 Academy welcoming household names to the smaller pubs and bars that champion local acts. The Cluny, located in a former bottling plant, plays host to a number of up and coming acts every week, while the Cumberland Arms offer not just live music, but comedy and poetry gigs inside the intimate pub setting.
Can’t decide between a quiet night in watching a film, and a night out at the pub? Now you don’t have to! Tynside Cinema Cafe provides the food, the drinks – including fine wines and beers – and the movies to go with them! Catch an independent film, a modern classic or a documentary at this unique bar in the heart of the city.