The hometown of the infamous party crowd, Geordie Shore, Newcastle is notoriously lavish, loud and proud.
Made up of many dynamic nightlife districts, we’ve rounded up the top nightclubs in Newcastle. Here's to partying with the Geordies...
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Unleash your wild side, with a night in Newcastle’s exclusive Tiger Tiger.
Located just outside The Gate premier entertainment and leisure complex, Tiger Tiger’s illuminated exteriors and queue of good looking party-harders will lure you in from the off. There are seven rooms to choose from, and even the pickiest of groups will find something to suit – you’ve got the tiki-island breeze of Kanaloa bar, the luxurious leather clad Jewel bar, the disco-kitch Groovy Wonderland and its multi-coloured, retro dancefloor and so much more. Remember to come suited, booted and dressed to impress. We want to hear you roar…
The Diamond Strip’s secret den-like Madame Koo is a must stop on any night out in The Toon.
If your taste in music is a little on the eclectic side, Madame Koo will sweep you right up with her RnB, dance, indie, classic soul, rock and pop playlist – you’ll be dancing and drinking the night away. Open ‘til late, this sizzling watering hole has exposed brickwork interiors, fancy red booths and palatial Asian statues – it’s the ideal place to see off your last days of singledom.
Another jewel in the crown of the Diamond Strip is Miami-inspired Floritas.
This tropical paradise is the perfect place to host an almighty blow out. Boasting a huge selection of alcoholic concoctions – including the inventive Buried Treasure, coming in an actual treasure chest, and the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party with its teapot and cups – you’ll be spoilt for choice when presented with the ‘Cocktails in Paradise’ drinks menu. Floritas has seen the likes of Rihanna, Fergie, Lady Gaga, and, of course, the Geordie Shore gang gracing its red carpet since its opening – you could be brushing shoulders with an A-list crowd when partying here.
There’s only one house rule; ‘have the time of your life’.
Embracing a Great Gatsby-esque vibe, this sultry ballroom will transport you to a decade of dissipation, decadence and debauchery. Its muted lighting, luxurious booths and opulent cocktail menu – including the sinful Millionaire Mojitos, mixing a full bottle of Champagne and a full bottle of white rum - all accumulate to create a Moulin Rouge style boudoir backdrop for your celebrations. Welcoming stag and hen groups with open arms, this is one hell of a place to honour your last night of freedom.
Tup Tup Palace has earned itself the reputation of ‘Newcastle’s Premier Nightclub’ – and it’s no surprise why.
Within the last decade, Tup Tup Palace has burst into Newcastle’s nightlife scene – particularly since MTV’s Geordie Shore first graced our scenes back in 2011. With its exotic, eastern finery and indoor waterfalls creating a Boho backdrop to VIP parties and high-class nights out. Its privately serviced booths, elliptical champagne snugs and the world’s finest drinks brands have attracted the likes of Kanye West, 50 Cent, Cheryl Cole, Ed Sheeran, Example, The Saturdays, Ricky Hatton and Taio Cruz to namedrop but a few.
Live music is a Newcastle institution.
This grand, corner building started its life in 1927 as the New Westgate Picture House – and has run under various different guises until 2005 when it became the renowned O2 Academy that stands today. With two rooms that can host up to 2000 people, this venue has seen the likes of The Who and The Beatles historically perform, as well as more recently Arctic Monkeys, Sam Smith, Katie Perry and Adele grace its stage. The whopping concert hall also hosts massive club nights such as Dirty Pop, Alpha and Ikon Live.
Beer and banter in the boisterous Bigg Market - it doesn’t take Ein-stein to work out that that’s a winning combo.
This cavernous, underground party venue is set over two rooms, each capable of holding up to 180 beer-swilling, lederhosen-clad party animals. There are long wooden benches, Bavarian beer maids and more live German music than you can shake your stein at – performed by the Oompah bands. Bierkeller actively encourages dancing on chairs and tables – so get ready for a good old knees up on your Bavarian last night of freedom, in the heart of Newcastle city centre.
Prepare to strut your stuff like an extra in a 1970s dance video – fancy dress ‘n’ all.
The loud, proud and ashamedly brash 70s themed disco bar is located in the rowdy Bigg Market area of Newcastle – and attracts locals and visitors in their droves to sample a slice of the 70s in a modern day guise. Playing feel-good classics, power ballads and cheesy tunes aplenty – resident DJs Mr Allen and Lorenzo make this bar the place to show your face. And, with heaps of drinks offers to please your pocket as well as your thirst – you can’t say no to a night in Flares.
Your future is Digital.
This expansive superclub is located in the heart of Newcastle’s Times Square, and has a reputation for top quality music and reasonable booze – spread across three rooms and its outdoor terrace. Boasting high-tech sound and light systems which play dance, RnB, Soul, Funk and Disco, a range of eclectic weekly club nights and student nights spread through the week – you’ll be dancing your way into the future.
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