Nathan Howard. I'm a second year student living in London. I like to share my experiences with other's to inform them on London and what it has to offer!
Published November 18th 2017
London's most flamboyant club scenes
Within London's Soho is Village, a unique club/bar space comprising of unique laid back seating areas alongside louder club spaces for a perfect night out in one of London' friendliest clubs!
Famous for attracting the LGBT community from across the world, clubs in Soho are often exciting, loud and colourful. The bustling scenes of Soho mean you can visit numerous bars and clubs to your liking, all within close proximity. Open Since 1919, Village, like many clubs have a reputation for being some of the first gay-friendly pubs in the UK, some pubs dating back much further.
Village consists of four floors, including an underground club, bar and dance area, and on its top floor a laid-back seating space for more talkative affairs. The prices are rather reasonable, with signature cocktails costing as little as £7.50, and small glasses of wine costing an average £5. What's more, you can enjoy 50% off on their happy hour available every night 5-9pm… and extending to 10pm on Mondays.
Although Village don't host many events (there next one being NYE), they do offer consistent and weekly club nights. Weekdays you will find flourishing crowds, but unfortunately, their club rarely opens on weekdays and becomes available. Weekends, however, are the best time to go if you're wanting a much bigger night out. As their dress code states 'I the shoe fits… wear it!' Village doesn't take itself too seriously… and neither should you!