Here are just a few venues for clubbing in Liverpool
Level nightclub on Fleet Street is one of the biggest and best Liverpool nightclubs right now. It has 6 rooms spread over 3 floors and has a student night on Wednesdays.
Any night is a good night at Level as it has a great atmosphere, drinks are reasonably priced over its 7 bars and the door staff are better than the usual.
As it’s on Fleet Street, you’re still in the town centre and not far from home or a cheeky kebab on the way home.
Heebie Jeebies is also on Seel Street and is a firm student favourite in the city centre. It has 3 floors and specific student nights and is one of the best Liverpool clubs and bars for most nights of the week.
Drinks are reasonably priced, music is mostly decent and the atmosphere is light and friendly. All the ingredients you need for a great night out.
Heebies has been around for years and for good reason. It knows its audience and knows how to put on a good night. That’s great news for everyone!
Medication is a student night held at the Seel Street Arts Club. It’s a Friday night staple of students in Liverpool and is a great night out.
Seel Street is in the centre of town, which means it’s convenient for our Grenville Street student accommodation. That means no taxis, no long journey home and you can roll quickly into bed once you’re finished dancing.
Friday nights are competitive as there’s lots going on but Medication is definitely one of the better options.
The Blue Angel (The Raz)
The Blue Angel (also known as The Raz) is one of the best Liverpool nightclubs for Mondays. That’s when it has student night, with cheap entry, cheap drinks (often £1 for beer or cider) and good times.
It’s on Seel Street like many venues here, so will be close to your student accommodation in Grenville Street near the Baltic Triangle. Ideal if you’re out late and don’t want a cab ride home!
It can be wall-to-wall cheese but every student in Liverpool will try it once and perhaps many more times!
Flares is a nightclub on Matthew Street in Liverpool city centre, close to the Cavern Club. It’s the place to be for a retro night out as it mainly plays music from the 70s, 80s and 90s. It’s a more authentic Popworld with less cheese.
It’s open Thursday to Sunday and offers a friendly atmosphere, respectful door staff, fast bar staff and decent-priced drinks.
If this era of music is your thing or you fancy a retro night out that isn’t Popworld, this is where to come!
Jaloux is something else entirely. It calls itself ‘Liverpool’s prettiest venue’ but don’t let that put you off. It’s on Victoria Street close to the Cavern Quarter and minutes from our Marybone 1, Marybone 2, and Marybone 3 student accommodation.
Known as much for its pink than for its drink, this place is where you go if you want a glam night out. It’s relaxed, easygoing and will always have music. Drinks and entry are reasonably priced too, which helps.
It’s open Friday to Sunday until 4am which is another good reason to try it!
The Brooklyn Mixer isn’t technically a nightclub but is a great option for Liverpool nights out whether you’re a student or not.
The venue is great most nights of the week but has a student night on Mondays so is ideal for getting the week off to a great start. The venue is cool, the atmosphere light and friendly and the drinks are well-priced most nights of the week.
As the self-proclaimed ‘home of RnB in Liverpool’, this is somewhere to try.
No talk of the best nightclubs in Liverpool would be complete without mentioning Popworld. Located on Wood Street in the city centre, it’s easy to get to and from your student accommodation.
Popworld is a chain of clubs whose format we have seen plenty of times before but it’s still a great night out.
If you don’t want to take a night too seriously and don’t mind predictable music, this is the place to be.
The Cavern Club
The Cavern Club is a Liverpool landmark and no list of the best clubs and bars in Liverpool would be complete without it.
It’s a basement club that has a mixture of live music, events and shows throughout the week. It probably isn’t going to be your regular weekend haunt but it offers something a little different and an opportunity to see local performers instead of DJs.
It’s also close to Marybone and not far from the Baltic Triangle so you’re not far from bed once you’re done either!
Liverpool Clubs and Bars
This is just a snapshot of what’s on offer in Liverpool. There is more to the city than just clubs but if you want to dance into the wee hours, these are some of the best options.
They offer a great night out any night but many will have student nights where you’ll get cheap entry and cheap drinks.
They are also enviably close to home when you stay with Sanctuary Students.
You can’t ask for more than that!