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Preston has loads of great clubs & pubs, but let’s start with the one you’ll be falling down the steps of come the end of your Freshers’ week – Roper Hall.

A favourite amongst students and regulars, Roper is cheap, cheerful and fun, playing some great music and the only place to meet your fellow student pals.

If you fancy a more traditional, town centre club then try Squires New York New York, or Lava & Ignite, both modern, popular clubs with plenty of floors and lots of great music played by some top DJ’s.

Every night is a student night and with many clubs, bars and late night venues on offer you’re guaranteed a memorable night out. Preston ranks as among the cheapest cities in the UK to buy a beer, with the average pint costing around £3.50.

Enjoy a cocktail in one of Preston’s cool bars such as the Guild Hall’s Review, the indie rock and roll outfit Kuckoo, basement bar Winedown, or for that something a bit more refined you may prefer

the upmarket Stratos or Lofty’s Cocktail Emporium


will keep your party going until the sun comes up. Every city needs a thriving club scene and Preston is no different. Start your night in the pre-drink pub Ships and Giggles before heading over to the dancefloors of Evoque featuring the latest chart music ranging from EDM to urban. 


Preston’s iconic alternative nightclub,

The Warehouse, will become an essential part of your Preston nightlife experience for those who appreciate something outside the mainstream music scene over its three floors.

Fancy a traditional pint instead? Head over to The Adelphi pub right in the heart of the campus and enjoy a quintessential student pub experience.

For the craft ale connoisseur, The Ferret or The Continental are the perfect venues to taste a plethora of craft IPAs whilst you enjoy live music acts and open mic nights. Check out Preston at Night for all the latest food, drink and event listings in the city.

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