Quick Tips for Clubbing in London London is popular for its exciting nightclub circuit. But before you go out partying till dawn, learn some tips for more fun and safety. Getting Tickets The cost of a ticket to a club can go from free to as much as ?15-?20, depending on what night of the week it is and the venue. Most places will sell advance tickets via an online ticketing service, at certain local specialist record shops, and some specialist dance music websites. Depending on how big the event is, paying at the door can take anywhere from one minute to one hour or sometimes even longer. Paying at the door can take one minute to one hour or something longer, depending on the popularity of the event. Some clubs are cheaper for students on student nights, provided they can show a valid student ID.
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Operation Hours As you can expect, Friday and Saturday nights are the busiest London clubs can be. Majority of them open at 10pm and close anytime from 4am to 6am. DJ Bars though tend to open much earlier and close much earlier as well. In London, clubbing on Sunday morning, afternoon or evening – called “afterparties” – has become very popular in the past few years. Except for a few events, these are normally not as busy as Friday or Saturday nights.
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Age Restrictions Clubs generally restrict entry to people younger than 21, though there are certain events where they lower the age limit to 18, also legal age for buying alcohol. Then again, such rules are not always enforced, except when you obviously look younger than the required age. Dress Code Dress codes in London clubs vary. “Music-oriented” typically don’t care a lot about what people wear. Guys are often seen wearing trainers, jeans and shirts, while gals tend to be fancier in their choice of clothing. Of course, on certain occasions calling for a specific dress theme – for example, Halloween – those who are inappropriately dressed will be restricted entry. In London, there are elite clubs known as West End clubs, and they are a lot stricter with everything, including age limits and the dress code. Safety London clubs are generally safe, but there are, of course, certain precautions clubbers must take for their own protection. For example, “spiking”- someone dropping some type of drug into a drink and the owner doesn’t know it – is best avoided by staying away from strangers. Girls are particularly vulnerable to this and must always be careful. As well, in most of the clubs, there’s going to a cloakroom or coatcheck facility where guests can leave your coat and other stuff, but to avoid losses, it’s always good not to leave anything that’s valuable enough. The best option is to bring no valuables to the club.