Consistently voted as one of the top 5 club nights in Manchester, Revolver is the place to be on a Monday night. If you're looking for an evening of the best 60s music, psychedelic scenery and agreeable drink offers, then look no further.
Located in the reputable Roadhouse, a venue which regularly plays host to some of Manchester's freshest musical talent, Revolver is sure to offer you a night which will stick in the memory.
The first thing you notice as you work your way from the stairs to the club room is the size of the venue. It really is one of the smallest club settings that you will ever see. Don't let this put you off though as its size is one of its greatest and most endearing characteristics. The size of the venue coupled with the night's enormous popularity ensures that a lively and bustling atmosphere ensues every Monday night.
After you've taken in the atmosphere, you'll probably be drawn to the music. The DJs at revolver play the very best in rock 'n' roll, Motown, 60s pop and Northern Soul. Every tune that flows from the speakers creates a unique ambience, the likes of which you are unlikely to have ever experienced in a club before. The dance floor is always full and the people on it are some of the friendliest folk that you could hope to meet on a night out. You will never see a fight or some poor soul getting carted out for being too drunk. The bouncers are almost redundant.
You'd expect for such a unique experience and the Northern Quarter location to be paying through the nose to get through the door. This is not the case. You'll never pay more than a £4 entry fee, which is certainly cheaper than the vast majority of Manchester's other highly-rated club nights. The drink prices aren't too shabby either with bottles of Carlsberg going at £1.50 and mixers at roughly £2, both of which can be found alongside an array of low-cost house ales.
The only qualm anybody could have with Revolver is the toilets (or lack of them). There is only one cubicle and a very small urinal in the males, which can get a bit too cosy and there's always some kind of queue forming outside the female toilet. However, this is an extremely small and inconsequential price to pay for one of the most unique and unforgettable club experiences in Manchester.