Welcome to the night!
Cosy pub, nightclub or trendy bar, there’s lots happening here after dark.
All Bar One
At All bar One, there’s an eclectic range of wines and beers from around the world, and you can also choose from a superb selection of sparkling wines and champagnes as well as a delicious selection of cocktails.
Arty’s Wine Bar & Gallery
Arty’s Wine Bar & Gallery is a small family run business offering great food, great wine, and great company. Anything and everything you see in the Wine Bar, is for sale, including the table that you eat your meal from!
Serving from the food menu between 9am and 7pm daily means Bar 38 is the perfect place to relax and wind down with friends after a busy day. After 5pm there’s a selection of freshly cooked pizzas on offer too.
Coburgs has recently been refurbished and restored back to it’s former Victorian elegance, creating the perfect place to socialise and watch bands in style. With live music every week, big name bands, Dj sets and comedy nights.
Driftwood Beach Bar
The exciting Driftwood Beach Bar is Sandown’s the bar on the beach! A hub for all beach goers Islandwide, who love great food, refreshing drinks and cocktails and the cream of Island entertainment!
Hare & Hounds
The pub has been a focal point of the village since the 19th century, and retains a traditional feel in unspoilt surroundings and is featured in many guides as well as a starting and finishing point for many great walks.
Hogshead Newport is a warm and inviting pub, with a traditional theme running throughout with a welcoming atmosphere. The pub hosts regular live music and all major sports fixtures, shown on the biggest screen in town.
Jongleurs Comedy Club
Tiger Tiger are proud to be hosting the Jongleurs Comedy Club. Showing every Saturday night, guests can enjoy a meal in the restaurant overlooking Gunwharf Quays before watching the premier comedians on the circuit perform.
Junk is a compact dance club with hi-tech sound system, hosting all-night, electro-house DJ sessions. Winners of DJ Mag’s “Best Small Club” at the Best of British Awards, it is the South Coast’s definitive home of underground music.
King Harry’s Bar
King Harry’s Bar is a charming 19th Century thatched pub built in 1854, containing a bar, function rooms and accommodation. With two established Tudor bars serving up a wide range of real ales on a weekly rotation.
Mayflower Theatre is the biggest theatre on the south coast presenting a mixture of spectacular touring productions, from musicals – many direct from the West End – to dance, opera, drama, ballet and comedy.
O2 Guildhall Southampton
O2 Guildhall Southampton is the South’s largest multipurpose entertainment venue. Hosting some of the biggest names in music, the venue has a capacity of 1,749. It is set in the heart of the city, 10 minutes from the railway station.
Oceana Southampton nightclub is a multi room destination venue offering you a number of unsurpassable experiences over 3 floors. Every room in Oceana is styled to reflect a number of iconic destinations from around the world.
With the retro inspired decor and great music policy, delicious food, and a relaxed atmosphere, Orange Rooms has been one of not only Southampton’s but the South’s most popular venues since its creation over 13 years ago.
Pie & Vinyl
Pie & Vinyl is Southsea’s only record café. Created by music and pie lovers, for music lovers, who maybe also like to do pie. You’ll find the latest music releases on CD, vinyl and MP3, if they don’t stock it they will order it.
Portsmouth Guildhall is known for hosting some of the biggest concerts, conferences, exhibitions and banquets in the South. With a standing capacity of 2,500, Portsmouth Guildhall is managed by the Portsmouth Cultural Trust.
Why not come and spend an hour or two in Salty’s quirky upbeat bar, mix and match the dishes from the blackboard menus and enjoy with your favourite wine or drinks! Join in with the party action, live music and dancing.
Shanklin Theatre has a seating capacity of 615 and is open all year round. Currently the theatre runs approximately 150 shows a year, featuring top names from comedy and music, plus other varied entertainment for all tastes.
Sky Bar is located on the first floor of The Aviator Hotel. It has been designed to encapsulate the style and seduction of the hotels interiors. It serves guests with classic and contemporary cocktails to the background of ambient music.
The Anchor offers excellent food, award winning ales and a warm welcome throughout the year, it is the ideal place to relax. It is situated in the very heart of Cowes town centre and its bustling International yachting scene.
The Apollo Theatre
The Apollo Theatre is situated in a little Georgian building that was a former Methodist chapel in Newport. Every year the theatre puts on a main season of seven shows as well as visiting productions, vintage films, concerts and more.
The Atrium Champagne Bar
The Atrium Champagne Bar at The Old Thorns opens every evening from 7pm till late. The dramatic long curved bar boasts one of the finest selections of spirits, champagnes and wines in Hampshire with a cocktail menu to match.
The Balcony Nightclub
The Balcony Nightclub is the Island’s premier late night hotspot and only purpose built nightclub. It is open every Saturday night and most Fridays. With a well priced bar and a great dance floor, the best in music awaits you!
The Bargeman’s Rest
Ideal for observing passing boats on a sunny day, The Bargeman’s Rest is a spacious, quite intimate venue with sails and ropes draped about and plenty of bizarre nautical artefacts to knock your head on.
The Black Boy
The Black Boy is still faithful to its origins. Although recognised in most of the well known beer and pub guides, it is still a traditional back-street boozer. Good ‘pub grub’ is available from Monday through to Sunday lunch.
The Brook is a 600-capacity venue hosting national touring bands, tribute bands and some comedy nights. Situated close to the University, the venue has a fantastic intimate atmosphere whether you are sitting or standing.
The Bugle Coaching Inn
The Bugle Coaching Inn is set in a 16th century inn, a stone’s throw from the sea. The large rambling pub offers a mixture of old and new, with oak beamed bars, log fires and an extensive menu with daily specials.
The Butcher’s Hook
The Butcher’s Hook is a beautifully preserved old butcher’s shop transformed into a traditional alehouse selling gravity fed cask ales, craft keg, ciders and wines. The smallest pub with the biggest beer list in Southampton!
The Cedar Bar
Step inside The Cedar Bar at Lainston House and discover comfy leather armchairs and ornate panelling. Order a glass of whatever you fancy, take a seat and drink in the breathtaking view straight down the avenue of lime trees.
The Hobbit Pub
The Hobbit Pub located close to Southampton University is a late night entertainment venue and traditional pub rolled into one. With its split levels, two bars, huge beer garden and the very best live music entertainment.
The Hoddington Arms
The Hoddington Arms in Upton Grey is a beautiful country pub offering a real alternative to the stereotypical gastropub. The pubs log fires, wood beams, slate floors and natural materials help to create a warm, welcoming atmosphere.
The King Lud
By day, The King Lud has a warm, clean and homely atmosphere, providing very good homemade food with seasonal house specials. By Night, The King Lud is the most diverse, consistent, and lively venue on the Isle of Wight.
Mondays are one of the bars’ more chilled nights and they are all about The Lyberry Pub Quiz. The pool table is available every night of the week so if you’re looking for somewhere to just hang out and have a laugh look no further.
The Medina Theatre
The Medina Theatre is a community based theatre which plays host to a number of entertaining and varied performances. Seating an audience of 425 the theatre hosts a large number plays, concerts, ballets and lectures.
The Met Wine Bar
The Met Wine Bar is a little of the Mediterranean set on the beach-front on the Isle of Wight, enjoy a glass of wine with the selection of tapas. The bar is proud to offer a wide selection of handpicked wines from around the world.
The Mucky Duck
The Mucky Duck is the ideal destination for those looking to just chill out and spend time with their pals. The pub shows full sporting fixtures on the big screens as well as a few golden oldies – bring it on Geoff Hurst!
The Old Comical
The Old Comical is the oldest pub in Sandown, established in 1859. A selection of real ales, delicious wines and fruit ciders are always available. During the summer there is a family beer garden with a BBQ and bouncy castle.
The Railway Inn
The Railway Inn is Winchester’s only place for live music with two venues,and a bar. The Railway Inn is also the only really alternative pub, featuring a programme of comedy nights, poetry nights, film screenings and youth projects.
The Steamer Inn
The Steamer Inn offers panoramic views across Sandown Bay to the English Channel. It’s a lovely spot to enjoy some fresh seafood from the specials board or relax with a drink from the extensive wine list and selection of real ales.
The Talking Heads
The Talking Heads is one of Southampton’s finest venues with events every night of the week. Dark and atmospheric, the club is a great night out for live music and DJs, including rock, indie acts, blues, reggae and roots.
The Wedgewood Rooms
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms is a well-established live music venue, it plays host to many national and international live acts in the worlds of music and comedy. The venue has a capacity of 450 – 500 people.