From AC/DC to Z Top, It’s A Sin

Clubbers to help ‘give a kid a quid’ appeal

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December is here, the countdown to Christmas has begun and there will, no doubt, be many festive themed club nights to come. For now though, it’s all about the music.

First off is Club 8’s popular Friday night urban experience – Deja Vu. DJ Stu W and DJ A will be teasing you with some of the hottest new music to hit the streets, not only for a super auditory experience but now, on their live big screens are all the music videos for great visuals too.

Add your names to Club 8’s Facebook page and get on the guest list for free entry before 10.30pm. Otherwise, entry is £3 before midnight and £5 after.

Also tonight, Guide Award-winner Pete Scathe is back in the Edge of the Wedge for Thunderdome.

Music ranges from classic rock through to heavy metal, punk, and alternative anthems. This night tends to attract a hardcore following of dedicated music fans so expect some rarities as well as classics.

Entry is via It’s a Sin in the main venue and open from 10pm until 2.30am.

Which brings me on to the retro superclub. It’s no secret that I love It’s a Sin and I urge you all to get along before you spend your hard earned pennies on the Christmas period.

Resident DJ Spikey Mark and DJ Lemon have been playing clubs and pubs around Portsmouth for a combined total of over 25 years, and they have no shame at all when it comes to dredging the depths of their music collections to get the ladies dancing round their handbags or the whole room singing. From AC/DC to ZZ Top, they’ve got it all.

As always, It’s a Sin is completely free to get in.

Fuzzy Logic have been putting on some awesome nights since the Freshers rolled in this September. Monday night is no different as they are pushing the envelope again with a very unique and potentially messy night.

Paint cannons, sprays and 75 litres of glow paint combine for Portsmouth’s largest paint party. Full paint suits will be available in the club so you can get as colourful as possible.

Cheap drinks and some of the best in mainstream dance and electro, r ‘n’ b and indie will be on offer too.

Entry costs £6 unless you hold a valid NUS card, making it £4.