Renaissance @ Media (Nottingham) Reviews
Description:Queen Street, Nottingham. Tel: +44 (0)115 910 111. Saturday
Newest Review: ... That moan aside I'll now descibe the club. Every time I have gone there has been a small que, but as it moved quite fast we were soon into the club. Once you get in you go up some stairs to the cloakroom and toilet area, you then go up another staircase that brings you out on to the middle tier overlooking the dancefloor and dj box. When you first enter here you realise the massive size ... more
Customer Renaissance @ Media (Nottingham) Reviews (4)
by - written on 11/05/01, updated on 11/05/01
A fantasticly laid out club, the likes of which you may never have seen, classy women, classy music. - Advantages: Close to many other bars and pre club venues., Plenty of fantastic looking women !!, superior selection of class DJ's - Disadvantages: Expensive entry/drinks., A little bit posey., Not enough seating areas.
by - written on 02/05/01, updated on 02/05/01 (Very useful, 80 readings)
Renaissance, the birthplace of progressive trance is situated in the Media club, which they incidently own, they also run a monthly night at the cross in London and have moved around the midlands for 9 years now before settling on this spectacular club as their home. I have made the not too short trip down from Leeds on 3 occassions and have not been dissapointed once. The club itself is situated in Nottingham city centre, not far from many lively pre club bars where I would advise you to get the drinks in as once you are inside the club the drinks prices are unbelievable, £3.20 for a bottle or £2.50 for a shot, which is not cheap in anyone's book. That moan ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/00, updated on 23/09/00 (Useful, 40 readings)
Right, the club is great. The old converted cinema provides a great setting that even the connoisseur clubber would appreciate. Heavy house and pure dance pulses through this huge, Queen Street venue and the queue is always long. Step into the sound-proof "chillout rooms" or the upstairs bar room where a whole room of Playstations await you. You'll almost enjoy yourself. HOWEVER, Renaissance, the Saturday night dance parties are sh*t. You wait for an hour to pay £12 to walk onto a dance floor on which you simply cannot move. The drinks prices are extortionate, the music slow and repetitive, the podium dancers cheesy ( silver body paint, no thanks)and - most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/07/00, updated on 14/07/00 (Somewhat useful, 69 readings)
despite nottinghams wealth of bars, shops and restaurants, it struggles somewhat with quality nightclubs. the nightlife in nottingham on a saturday is very lively, but the lack of quality nightclubs to kick on to can be a problem renaissance solves this problem. its big, its loud, its busy, it has the best dj's in nottingham, its been visited by the likes of trevor nelson, and its by far the best nightclub in nottingham. renaissance, at media on a saturday, is one of those once every month clubs, that you simply cannot afford to get into every week at an entry price of £12. the drinks, typical of any nightclub, are massively overpriced. however, ... Read the complete review
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