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Happy-go-lucky punters can hog the dance floor until the wee hours and really let their hair down in Blackpool.
Spread across five levels and four different bars, Flamingo (44 Queen Street) welcomes celebrity DJs, while at Chicago-themed Roxy’s (23 Queen Street), drag acts regularly take to the decks. Club Domain (168-170 Promenade) is an enduring favourite on Blackpool’s nightlife scene, with LED screens, lightshows and a host of resident DJs playing dance, R&B and electronica.
For dedicated barflies, deciding what to do in Blackpool is the easy bit… deciding where to go is trickier! Set right on the seafront, Beach House bar and bistro (Festival House, North Promenade) is a stylish place to start the evening with an extensive menu of cocktails and nibbles. Down in South Shore, Clementines (74 Highfield Road) offers tasty tapas, creative cocktails and – joy of joys – prosecco on tap!
Fancy a night of wacky entertainment in Blackpool? Barvarian Bierkeller (168-170 North Promenade) is a magnet for stein-swigging stag parties, with swinging oompah music and sing-alongs aplenty. Or, for something a bit more sedate, shuffle along to The Pump and Truncheon (13 Bonny Street), a charming old-fashioned pub with wood-panelled interiors, a cosy fireplace and an excellent array of real ales and cask ciders.
Wondering what to do in Blackpool to get a bit of culture? Well, traditional Blackpool entertainment is really all about going to see a show. There’s a huge range on offer, from pantos and toe-tapping musicals to live comedy and swing nights.
As far as Blackpool’s historic Victorian theatres go, the Winter Gardens (97 Church Street) is a long-standing favourite, hosting musicals, plays, opera, dance performances, music festivals and more.
The Grand Theatre (33 Church Street) just opposite is another long-standing mainstay – watch out for their fascinating heritage tours. And if you’re looking for hilarious drag entertainment with a glamorous twist, try showbar Funny Girls (5 Dickson Road).