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Quick Tips for Clubbing in London London is famous for its vibrant nightclub scene. But before you go out partying till dawn, learn some tips for more fun and safety. Buying Tickets The cost of a ticket to a club can go from free to as much as ?15-?20, depending on what night of the week it is and the venue. Usually, clubs will sell advance tickets in advance via a ticketing website, some local specialist record shops, and even certain specialist dance music websites. If you pay at the door, queuing can go from instant to up to an hour or even longer, depending on how big the event is. Paying at the door can take one minute to one hour or something longer, depending on the popularity of the event. Some clubs charge cheaper rates on student nights if they can present a valid student ID.
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Operation Hours As expected, the busiest time for London clubs are Friday and Saturday nights. Most open at 10pm and close between 4am and 6am. DJ Bars, however, may open and close much earlier. In London, clubbing on Sunday morning, afternoon or evening – called “afterparties” – has become very popular in the past few years. Save for a few really big events, these are generally not as busy as Friday or Saturday nights.
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Age Restrictions Clubs often have a policy that restricts entry to those younger than 21, though for some events, the age limit is 18, which is the legal age for purchasing alcohol. Then again, these rules are not strictly enforced, unless you look clearly under the required age. Dress Code Dress codes can vary from one place to another. “Music-oriented” typically don’t care a lot about what people wear. Guys are often seen wearing trainers, jeans and shirts, while gals tend to be fancier in their choice of clothing. Of course, on certain occasions calling for a specific dress theme – for example, Halloween – those who are inappropriately dressed will be restricted entry. There are some elite clubs in London known as West End clubs, which are a lot stricter in everything, whether it’s the age limit or the dress code. Safety London clubs are generally safe, but there are, of course, certain precautions clubbers must take for their own protection. For example, “spiking”- someone dropping some type of drug into a drink and the owner doesn’t know it – is best avoided by staying away from strangers. Girls should always be on their guard as they are often more vulnerable to this. Also, in most clubs, there will be a cloakroom or coatcheck facility where you can leave your coat, bags and other stuff for the evening, but it would be good not to leave anything too valuable. The best option is still to avoid carrying valuables to the club in the first place.