We at Yorkshire Web Design love Yorkshire but its an underrated group of counties with much of the action centred around London we decided to see what some of the Yorkshire towns have to offer , We found this piece and thought it would be of interest
Huddersfield has plenty of pubs and bars but if you are looking for
night clubs you may have difficulty locating them. Don't worry, there
are plenty of them, and some are quite large i.e. 750 people capacity
plus. You might have to ask around to find out where to go. Huddersfield
has a growing student population so the nightlife is constantly
Here is a selection compiled from experience and online reviews.
barking spider is an independent bar/club situated in the heart of
Huddersfield town centre. Offering a wide range of entertainment: Live
Bands, DJ's and Live Sports on 4xHD TV's with multi-viewing. Freshly
made food and private catering also available, making the ideal place
for private parties and bookings.
The Camel Club is open three
nights a week and offers a combination of pop and commercial dance with
some underground music. The club has a capacity of 450, and presents
party tunes in Ministry of Mayhem on Mondays; indie, R'n'B, dance and
party anthems in Your Camel on Thursdays; and Asylum on Fridays with
punk, rock, ska and metal. Saturday is Hump, with the quirky gimmick of
allocating all clubbers a number and providing notice boards for people
to post the numbers of those they're interested in. The club is in Byram
Court on John William Street, and can be contacted on 01484 535 303.
Tokyo hasn't been open very long, but is steadily building a reputation
as a fashionable venue. The club has four rooms - the Club, the
Courtroom, the Basement and the Bar - each with its own style of music
and ambience. The Club presents funky house tunes, the Courtroom R'n'B,
Indie and rock'n'roll in the Basement, and funk and disco in the Bar.
There are live bands and live music on non-club nights. To see the
latest flyer, log on to http://www.tokyohuddersfield.com, or call 01484 432100 for details.
official Tokyo afterparty is at Rouge. Open until 6am on Wednesdays,
Fridays and Saturdays, the club can be found opposite the Packhorse
Centre in the city centre.
Visage and Ethos is possibly
Huddersfield's most popular club, offering chart, commercial dance,
funky house, disco, hip-hop and R'n'B from the sixties to the modern
day. The club is actually spread over three venues, the Union, Visage
and Ethos, and has a total capacity of 3000 people.
There are a
number of smaller clubs and live music venues in and around the city
centre, and Huddersfield is also home to a branch of the Chicago Rock
Café, a family-friendly café in the day and a club with DJs at night.