Night & Disco Clubs in Oxford
You have to look hard to discover the best of Oxford’s nightlife: hidden down narrow alleyways, in cobbled back streets and behind medieval city walls.
Each Oxford College tends to have their own club nights, and thus big college outings occur, too much healer. It must be noted that student nights in the popular clubs are very well-attended, with long queues frequently seen, especially during Michaelmas term (as no-one has exams). You may have to get used to leaving for the club at freakishly early times, such as quarter past nine, in order to avoid queuing. Either that or rock up late. Or get to know the organizers.
Oxford city has lots of different areas, each with its own character and within 20 minutes’ walk away, although some people choose to travel by bike as it’s that much quicker. With so many students, Oxford is a young city and there is always plenty to do.
Many student club nights are held in the city. Down on Park End Street, R’n’B, hip-hop, and classic ‘cheese’ dominate the playlists. You have to look hard to discover the best of Oxford’s nightlife: hidden down narrow alleyways, in cobbled back streets and behind medieval city walls. Avoid George Street with its chain pubs and restaurants and noisy crowds, and instead hunt down quirky pubs, bars and cafés.
Despite its Moroccan name and souk-like ambience – waxed ochre walls, old lanterns and brightly coloured cushions – Kazbar is essentially a tapas bar, and a very good one at that. Just beyond the medieval city centre, it’s a cosily romantic venue to spend an evening with friends or lovers.
Superclub located right in the heart of Oxford with 5 great zones. The club offers two large bars, a premium bar in the Lounge and 3 dancefloors to suit all tastes.