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Clubbing in Brighton The clubbing scene in Brighton is nothing short of spectacular, with dance, indie, salsa, pop, retro and garage playing every night of the week in the city’s many nightclubs.

Probably the most popular venue of the moment among diehard clubbers is Creation [map], Brighton’s busiest club that hosts Brighton’s biggest student night. Weekends are also hugely popular with Friday’s offering of chart, trance and old skool music, and Saturday’s mix of dance, house and R‘n’B.

One of Brighton’s most famous – and perhaps the oldest – nightclub is The Escape [map] on Marine Parade, a large venue set over two floors. The style here is minimal with a tiled floor and chrome seating, while the music has a Latin vibe upstairs and dance, house and garage theme downstairs, which pulls in major crowds at weekends.

If you want to mix with the locals on your night out then head for The Zap [map], tucked away under the arches on King's Road, where every night has a different sound – from R‘n’B to dance with a bit of 80s in between.

On the same stretch of road you’ll find The Beach [map], a 600 capacity club, boasting some of the city’s most popular nights, such as the Saturday Night Fever 70s disco night.

Most of the city’s young clubbers and out-of-towners head for The Paradox [map], which is one of the Brighton's bigger clubs with a capacity of around 1,250. Situated in West Street it's the place to go after stumbling out of one of the many bars at that end of town. The music here is the usual mix of house, garage and R'n'B.

For the cream of UK rock, indie and dance bands pay a visit to Concorde 2 [map], Brighton's best-known gigging venue set in a refurbished biker's cafe on the seafront. The building is divided into three sections, a bar and seated area as you walk in, a dancehall and stage for bands and finally a smaller area for food.

If jazz and funk are more your style then get along to Casablanca [map], a cool underground club with a chilled atmosphere set in the trendy Lanes area of town. You can either get down on the dance floor or relax on the VW Beetle seats and listen to the sounds from various guest DJs.

The seriously groovy Jazz Rooms [map], also in The Lanes district, also offers a mix of fine live jazz and funky records that have made it a bit of an institution in Brighton.

Other nightclubs worth trying if you’re into pop indie or hip hop music include The Event II [map], which doubles as a nightclub and gig venue, and The Enigma [map], one of the biggest clubs offering alternative vibe.

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