University of Huddersfield Nightlife
Nightlife in Huddersfield
Written by Laura Dickinson and Sophie Thomas
Psychology Bsc(Hons) and Web Technologies BSc(Hons) students
There are two nightclubs in Huddersfield, Camel Club and Tokyo, both of which are located in the town which is only a short walk from the University.
Camel Club is open 5 days a week, offering a different theme on each night as well as special events such as fancy dress and Headphone Disco. In addition, to this they also have guest DJ’s and a cash give away of £250 every Monday. Camel Club also offers a membership card which allows you to queue jump and get cheaper entry and drinks.
Tokyo is open 4 days a week and offers 4 different rooms with different styles of music for you to dance to. Tokyo often holds events with guest stars such as Professor Green, Tinchy Stryder and most recently Example. Tokyo’s newest event Made in the 90’s is held every Wednesday and provides students with some great deals throughout the night such as 90p entry (before 1am), 90p on selected drinks (before 1am), 90p pizza and 90p shots.
Huddersfield is an ever evolving town and the bar scene is definitely a reflection of this. With the redevelopment of the town over the past few years has seen a rise in independent bars that sit alongside well known and likes chains such as Revolution and The Cotton Factory.
Whether it is a trip to Herbert’s or a late night in Vox, there are lots of cool and quirky bars to suit everyone’s taste. And it’s not just students you will find hanging out in these bars – Huddersfield is a great night out whatever you do so you are sure to meet a great mix of people in the bars around town.