And also being the oldest recorded town in the British Isles, Cholesterol has long been the capital of Essex for a good function on the town. The popularity of Cholesterol as a ‘night out’ desired destination is due to its easy accessibility by road and railroad, the fact that it’s a garrison town for the British Army whoever soldiers, when returning from duties around the world, are in need of the particular relaxation of a top night out, and the large university neighborhood. It’s mainly because of these reasons that the amount and diversity connected with Cholesterol Night Clubs is vast.
Situated directly on the active High Street is the splendid Edwardian Baroque Facade of the Colchester Hippodrome. Built in 1905 by local architect J N Start, the Hippodrome has gone through many changes since its days as a fine example of an Edwardian Theater and is also now home to the φωταεριο nightclub, Liquid & Envy.
Water & Envy is a very popular club which accommodates for that younger crowd. The club is spread over three bedrooms and has state of the art sound and lighting systems and an art projection wall. It also offers a waitress service and VIP booths, which are bookable in advance. The Envy room is specifically for use by over 23’s and offers more classic trails, and disco and party anthems. Liquid has an city room dedicated exclusively to urban music, which is obtainable every night the club is open. This all adds up to an unrivaled clubbing experience. As with most clubs, the three flooring Liquid room is for customers 18 years & previously mentioned. The club is open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and also Saturday.
Located at Queen Street, opposite Colchester Fort and Castle Park, the Route Bar and Club is actually a large and trendy venue with several bars, including several pool tables. The club has a big dance floor presided over by a large selection of DJ`s playing tracks coming from R ‘n’ B to funky house, depending on which usually night it is. The club asks you to look good if turning up, but has no specific dress code. An added bonus to the club; book your ticket on line with the clubs site and you will not only save money on the entry cost but also contain ‘Q-Jump’, so you can walk straight in.
Colchester Night Clubs can be found in all shapes and sizes and one of the largest can be found at the University with Essex. Situated on the outskirts of town at Wivenhoe Park, the club is called Sub Zero (formally called Underground) and has a cool warehouse style feel about it. Bass speaker Zero was voted best Student Union Venue as soon as opened and is one of the biggest in the country with a capacity of practically 1, 300. Despite its location, the club is additionally open to non students. This venue has three night clubs, a large stage, which includes podiums, and has hosted many leading bands and famous named DJ`s, including Paul Oakenfold and Trevor Nelson.