Home Club (London) Reviews
Description:1 Leicester Square, W1.
Newest Review: ... Its nowhere near as cool as the other big London Clubs such as the Ministry of sound or Hannover Grand. Its quite small and cramped inside and not worthy of its title. It looks very flashy form the outside with its modernistic exterior but dont let that fool you. At least it did offer a variety of music tastes inside. Whether you are into Banging House, pumping garage or noisy "old ... more
Customer Home Club (London) Reviews (11)
by - written on 05/04/01, updated on 05/04/01 (Useful, 109 readings)
Home Nightclub is based in Leicester Square, London for those of you that don't know. It as known by its title as one of the Nation's "super" Clubs. Well, I think its labelled wrongly because it is crap. Or should i say it WAS crap. Home has been shut down this week and its not before time too. Firstly, Its nowhere near as cool as the other big London Clubs such as the Ministry of sound or Hannover Grand. Its quite small and cramped inside and not worthy of its title. It looks very flashy form the outside with its modernistic exterior but dont let that fool you. At least it did offer a variety of music tastes inside. Whether you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/03/01, updated on 21/03/01 (Very useful, 157 readings)
After being leered at by greasy middle-aged men at Equinox, Leicester Square, I decided to try out Home- I had been assured it was an altogether more classy establishment. Hmmm..... Queued up for what seemed like ages, until finally, we arrived at the fron of the queue only to be greeted by a pretentious, jumped-up twat, who patronisingly told us it was a "fetish night" and, did we mind about it? After assuring him that no, we definitely didn't mind, we made our way past numerous household appliances, up a huge escalator to the main entrance. So far, so good. After paying our £15 our whatever it was, we went into the largest room, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/01, updated on 21/02/01 (Very useful, 92 readings)
I am from the North and we had spent weeks organising our weekend trip to London and planned to go clubbing on a Saturday night for a Birthday bash. I originally planned to go to Fabric, which still would be my preference, but the queue was twice around the block and it was far too cold. So we under-grounded to Home instead. There was only a small queue when we arrived at around midnight, which was a relief. The first pleasing attraction apart from the club looking stunning from the outside was the pleasantness of the Doormen. It might be a comparative of the North, where you wouldn’t really like to even look at them funny, but the Doorman actually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/01, updated on 17/01/01 (Useful, 12 readings)
This is a club which i enjoy going to when in London, its nice and modern with an stylish industrial feel to it but still keeping a smart appearance. First impressions from the outside: it is a place which draws you in, you want to know what it is like inside. once inside there is a lot of metal structure to it with a few floors of usually various styles of music. The top floor particulary is good for a more relaxed clubber with a funkier blend of music been played in there when i went. The main dancefloor is a rectangular space with the dj at one end of the dancefloor and a balcony area looking over it. The balcony goes around in a sloped 'pathway' down to the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/01, updated on 13/01/01 (Useful, 11 readings)
What can I say? Home is a wicked night out! In Leicester Square so the atmosphere is amazing before you get into the club. Got through the queue nice and quick and then 5 levels present themselves for investigation. I had a mate playing a set on the top floor as part of 'Democracy On The Decks' and Pete Tong was playing a set in the main room. The top room provided great variation and well I don't even need to say how good Tongy is! the night went right off and everybody was up for a great night and it was well worth the 15 quid to get in. Drinks are a bit pricey but if you're going for the music that shouldn't bother you one bit. The only bad ... Read the complete review
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