Two rooms catering for a mainstream mashup of house, indie and electro. Great for bigger groups, so we always arrange nights out there with the LC and trainees over summer. ABC has the biggest disco ball in Europe, great music, often live bands, and reasonable drinks. In short, everything needed for a great night out!

LC Says: Only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday, expensive drinks.

Entrance-fee: Free-£7.00

Where: Sauchiehall Street


Two room small student club with a mixture of indie, electro, dance, urban, soul and R&B. All drinks only £1 on Tuesdays!

LC Says: Young crowd, can be picky about your shoes!

Entrance fee: Free – £8

Where: West Regent Street

Buff Club

Two room small club with vintage disco, funk and soul.

LC Says: Mixed crowd, hard to find but always a good time!

Entrance fee: Free – £5

Where: Bath Lane


Now enjoying its 20th year in Glasgow, the Cathouse remains the most popular club for Glasgow’s punks, rockers, goths, emos, moshers, and everything in between.

Entrance fee: Free – £5

Where: Union Street


Recently opened. A huge, very upper class club with a strict dress code. Has a huge bar, separate whisky and champagne bars and a tightly packed club underneath, as well as a small casino gaming floor inside. Drinks and entry are both very expensive, but if you’re feeling a little flush then one of the nicest venues.

Entrance fee: £5-£8

Where: Ingram Street

El Barrio

“Home of mojitos and & Fiesta!” Ambient latino bar/club with a great atmosphere and excellent mojitos. Free salsa classes Fridays and Saturdays!

Where: Albion St, Merchant City


Scotland’s biggest club, open all week, popular with young students. With different themes for every night, and each of its rooms playing their own distinctive music, that Garage aims to be diverse as it can be. One of the cheaper clubs in Glasgow too!

Where: Sauchiehall Street

The Shimmy Club

Low ceiling, normally very busy, with cheap drinks, a DJ and a dancefloor. Shimmy also has booths you can book in advance for a place to sit and drink.

Where: Royal Exchange Square, behind the Gallery of Modern Art and the statue of the Duke of Wellington with the famous cone on his head


Where: Queen Street

Sub Club Club

Considered one of the best clubs in Glasgow and also been voted in the top 10 clubs in the world! House, techno, electro, disco, bass music and many other genres are regularly found there. Drinks are a little pricey, but it’s definitely worth the experience! They have live music regularly, and have one of UK’s largest bodysonic dancefloors (vibrates with the music).  Guaranteed and awesome night!

Entrance fee: Free – £10

Where: Jamaica Street


Dance, hip-hop, cheese and classics at this small West End club.

Entrance fee: Free – £6

Where: Great Western Road