Party season has arrived! But where to go and dance the night away in Brighton? With so much choice we thought we’d give you a little summary of the clubs in Brighton and Hove.


Pryzm: Being the biggest club in Brighton, Pryzm has a scene for everyone and attracts every age group. The super-club holds three club rooms; the festival room (Jungle, House and Drum & Base), the curve room (Urban) and the New York disco (playing everything from the 70’s-00’s). There are three more chilled out bars for when you get tired of dancing. The club also offers VIP packages in most rooms so you can celebrate your night in style. Pryzm does have a dress code, so dress smart and stylish (leave the trainers at home) Standard entry – £5


Shooshh: a glamorous VIP Superclub popular with the younger audience. If you love HipHop, R&B and chart bangers this one’s for you. The club holds two rooms, the main room and then the Igloo room which plays Grime and Rap music. There is also a VIP area which is situated on a balcony overlooking the club where hostesses offer bottle service. Dress stylish! Standard entry – £5 VIP entry – £20


Revolution: always full of life on a Friday and Saturday night. If you are looking to get away from students but still enjoy a club atmosphere, Revolution is for you. They have a bar which serves delicious cocktails, an outside seating area and a club downstairs. Revs also offer food during the day and great cocktail masterclasses. The music is chart bangers and pop classics. Dress to impress, however trainers are allowed.  Standard entry – £5


Popworld:  One of Brighton’s newest nightspots, located on West Street, Brighton’s nightlife hub. The club boasts ultimate cheese factor with a light-up disco floor, VIP booths, fancy dress and a photo booth. You are guaranteed to have a memorable night with plenty of Instagramable moments! This is more of a casual spot and is loved by all age groups.  Standard entry £5


Coalition:  Brighton’s oldest seafront nightclub located in the famous Kings Arches, with themed club nights such as Trash Monday (hip-hop to bassline, garage to Drum & Base and much more.) Coco Loco Wednesdays (A southern and central America flavour), Fridays I’m in Love (Club bangers and indie hits) and We love Brighton (think ministry of sound) on a Saturday night.  Standard entry £5


Green Door Store:  Green door store is one of Brighton’s hidden gems. Located underneath Brighton Mainline Train Station in an old railway yard, the live music venue/club always has a great crowd. The club is the birthplace of many great club nights in Brighton and a hipster hotspot. This club is popular with all crowds and is a hipster hang-out.  Entry is free!


Revenge:  one of Brighton’s biggest and most iconic LGBTQ+ venues, it has three floors all with different music genres. The club also has a bar next door which is a great place to start your night. WTF! On a Saturday is one of the best nights in Brighton, make sure to get there early or you’ll risk not getting in! Revenge does not have a dress code (the crazier the better), however if you are planning to be rocking fancy dress in a group do call before to let them know to be guaranteed entry.  Entry- £3 w/ flyer from Bar revenge before midnight  £5 before midnight, £6 after


Patterns: home to some of the best nights in Brighton, regularly hosts DJs from around the country. If you are able to catch the infamous Horse meat disco, we would definitely recommend. The venue also doubles as a live music venue and hosts great bands and artists. They start the evening as a more chilled bar. Patterns has a mixed crowd, however on weeknights it is mostly a student club. Nights such as horse meat attracts a more mature crowd. This is definitely a hipster club so dress cool. Entry varies between nights.


Casablanca:  an underground live jazz club playing jazz, funk, disco, soul and Motown. This is definitely a local gem in the heart of the South Lanes. There is limited seating so be ready to dance all night long. The club attracts a more mature crowd and has a casual atmosphere.  Standard entry £4


Wherever you head, make sure you end up back at The Beach House for the ultimate after party and crash pad. Sleeping up to 33 people, you can be sure to have the best afterparty. Don’t forget to book brunch for the morning after the night before, sure to get your energy back up!