Cafe DrummondCafe Drummond 1 Belmont Street
Club TropicanaAberdeens cheesiest night club but what a laugh and the 80s music is fantastic! Aberdeenshire RFCs unofficial nightclub (sponsorship to follow!). With no Aberdeen possers to be seen! If you love getting on down to the 80s and enjoy a laugh join the fun!
EspionageWelcome to Espionage, after 7 years still on top of Aberdeens club scene... It must be the diversity of our venue that attracts you back time after time, great drinks deals and a chic atmosphere combined to bring a fabulous night-life experience. Fun loving staff and a friendly Management will endeavour to ensure your night will be one to remember. Choose one of our 3 floors each with their own unique style reflected through up to date music and a suave decor... Free entry 7 days a week 365 days a year, 4 bars to choose from and all under 1 roof what more could you ask for. If you cant find what you are looking for just ask
ExodusEXODUS is Aberdeens one and only stop for all your musical needs! Renowned near and far for being first with all the new music as well as hitting you with classic after classic 7 nights a week...it quite simply is the place to be seen!
G CasinoGet ready to experience the thrill of G Casino Aberdeen. With incredible gaming, amazing entertainment, fantastic food and a great late bar, it’s more than a night out, it’s an event! So come and see and be seen at G Casino Aberdeen, the hottest venue in town. Enjoy regular live entertainment with fantastic acts, sample some great food in our brand new restaurant, or simply chill out in our late night bar with some friends. If it’s excitement you’re after, test you poker face and play poker in our 100 seater poker room or take a seat for the very best in table gaming. What more could you need for a fantastic night out?
Gala CasinoEarn points while you spend & exchange for food, drinks, gaming chips or a variety of excellent gifts. Join Gala Casino Aberdeen today. Its easy and free. ID required to join this casino is either passport, driving licence, government issue ID card or Debit/Credit card with a Proof of address.
KorovaBARkitchenKLUB In house DJs playing the best techno, house,dance, classic rock, indie and alternative across 3 floors.
LiquidLiquid & Envy presents an unrivalled clubbing experience. With state of the art sound & lighting systems, and unrivalled entertainment, these fantastic rooms are under one roof. Liquid provides a unique clubbing experience with breathtaking visuals and stunning 360 – degree graphics and delivers the very best in current commercial music. Envy is for the more discerning customer, guiding you through a musical journey across four decades. Please browse this site to find out more about our club, events, getting onto the guestlist and joining our team.
Number 7Number 7 is located within seconds of Union Street within Aberdeens busy city centre. We have a discreet entrance that we share with our downstairs bar and restaurant The Office.
Pearl LoungePearl Lounge, 16 Dee Street, Aberdeen
Private EyesPRIVATE EYES was first opened in Aberdeen in 1998 and has since become the most successful and probably the best known gentlemens club in Scotland. The Club has been featured in several television documentaries, a few television shows and a movie. Over the years many celebrities have visited the venue and had a great time.
Private Eyes 2Private Eyes 2, 30 Bridge Street, Aberdeen
RGU UnionChill out with a board game, watch the big match on our plasma screens or challenge your mates to a game of pool, you will always find something to do in one of our bars. Open from 12 noon every dayand offering scandalously cheap drinks, the Union is a must-visit on any night out! We have events on all year round, ranging from weekly live DJs and our all-new pub quiz to stand-up comedy & live music. Make sure you keep an eye on posters & flyers around campus and look our for Wired (our weekly e-newsletter) to find out what’s going on at the Union this week!
SnafuOur little boutique nightspot has become the premiere destination of those in-the-know, with its modern infusion of colour and design with a kitsch 60’s twist, subtle lighting, soft leather seating and low level tables, Snafu creates an intimate, exclusive and quietly riotous ambience. Snafu Magazine is our very own, in-house created and published magazine, featuring loads of exciting interviews, prizes, discussion, fashion, music, art; that can be found in this little city we live in. Pick up your copy from Snafu, The Athenaeum, any of our affiliates and from loads of like minded shops, restaurants and bars in Aberdeen! There’s also our online version of the magazine available by clicking the link… http://www.snafumagazine.com/
Soul CasinoExpanding our portfolio PB introduces the opulent surroundings of Soul Casino, Aberdeens newest and most exclusive West End casino. Soul Casino is located in an impressive building with a stunning backdrop and is probably the most beautiful Casino in the United Kingdom. All this, combined with our experienced, friendly and courteous staff, means your visit to Soul Casino is guaranteed to be a first class entertainment experience every time.
The AlbynWelcome to The Albyn in Aberdeens west end. Whatever you want to do... The Albyn has redefined the Aberdeen dining experience. Stylish interior, a cool blend of music, fabulous food, premium wines and spirits makes it the perfect venue for dining or just a great night out. With a well deserved reputation for quality and great service you can be sure of a warm welcome at the Albyn.
The MooringsThe Moorings, 2 Trinity Quay, Aberdeen
The PrioryThe Priory, 33 Belmont Street, Aberdeen
The TunnelsAberdeens newest and most exciting independent music venue. From its subterranean home, The Tunnels nightclub brings you the best in live music, from established acts to fresh newcomers from around the globe as well as up and coming local talent. The Tunnels also runs regular club nights throughout the week, with sounds for every music lover in unique surroundings.
Aberdeen City CouncilFind information about Aberdeen City Council at http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/
CrimestoppersScotland Crimestoppers is dedicated to fighting crime across Scotland. We help to promote the charity in communities across the region, to let people know that Crimestoppers is there for them as an anonymous route to pass on information about crime. Crimestoppers guarantees anonymity, which means that no one can ever find out who passed on information about crime. To pass on information about crime anonymously, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or fill out our secure, encrypted online Giving Information Form. Scotland Crimestoppers is run by volunteers, each and every one is a vital link with the community in the region. If you think you would like to volunteer for Scotland Crimestoppers, please fill out our Volunteer Enquiry Form.
DiageoDiageo is the worlds leading premium drinks business with an outstanding collection of international brands across spirits, wine and beer. Many of our brands have been around for generations, while some have been developed more recently to meet new consumer tastes and experiences. Our great range of brands and geographic spread means that people can celebrate with our products at every occasion no matter where they are in the world. This is why celebrating life every day, everywhere is at the core of what we do. Trading in approximately 180 markets, we employ over 20,000 talented people around the world. With offices in 80 countries, we also have manufacturing facilities across the globe including Great Britain, Ireland, United States, Canada, Spain, Italy, Africa, Latin America, Australia, India and the Caribbean. And the people who work for us across these markets really care for the legacy of each of our brands. We want them to be enjoyed by consumers for generations to come, which means we also take our role as a producer of alcohol very seriously. Diageo is at the forefront of industry efforts to promote responsible drinking.
Police ScotlandPolice Scotland are delighted to provide support to Unight Aberdeen who, through socially responsible objectives, are making real efforts to improve the safety of patrons frequenting Late Night Venues in Aberdeen. Police Scotland are committed to keeping our communities safe and see Unight Aberdeen as another example of our strong reputation for community working and innovation as we strive to ensure that all those who live, work and travel in the North East of Scotland continue to experience a high quality of life. Enjoy a safe trouble free night out.
Safer AberdeenSafer Aberdeens aim is to make Aberdeen a safe and secure environment where people can live, work and socialise day and night without fear of becoming a victim of crime. To find out more please visit www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/saferaberdeen
Scottish GovernmentThe devolved government for Scotland is responsible for most of the issues of day to day concern to the people of Scotland, including health, education, justice, rural affairs, and transport. The Scottish Government was known as the Scottish Executive when it was established in 1999 following the first elections to the Scottish Parliament. The current administration was formed after elections in May 2007. The Governments Purpose To focus government and public services on creating a more successful country, with opportunities for all of Scotland to flourish, through increasing sustainable economic growth.
Street PastorsStreet Pastors is an inter-denominational Church response to urban problems, engaging with people on the streets to care, listen and dialogue.
Mephedrone is legal and widely available.....
Home Secretary Alan Johnson is to ban the legal high Mephedrone and other synthetic drugs within weeks.
It comes after the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs recommended they be classified as a Class B drugs.
Class B drugs, which include cannabis and amphetamines, carry a maximum sentence of five years for possession or 14 years for supply.
There has been recent pressure to ban Mephedrone, linked in media reports to at least four UK deaths.
There had been speculation the 11th-hour resignation of Dr Polly Taylor from the ACMD could delay a ban because of rules about its membership.
The law says any move to ban a drug must follow consultation with the Advisory Council.
After the resignation of Dr Taylor, Lib Dem science spokesman Dr Evan Harris said Home Secretary Alan Johnsons ban would have to wait until the council was properly constituted.
But a spokesman from the Home Office maintained the ACMD was still able to fulfil its legal role.