The Twist (Colchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... proper "Coke" not the happy shopper stuff, and the biggest surprise is the prices have dropped to a similar level to pubs. The sound system and lighting has been improved beyond all recognition, the toilets have been repaired and decorated (new toilet in gents) - They seem to have their act together now. The capacity is now 220, the Bands and customers have changed and such well ... more
Customer The Twist (Colchester) Reviews (2)
by Music Fan - written on 08/12/10
Since the last owner sold the Twist it has been totally refurbished and now has a warm and Vibrant atmosphere - The bar is well stocked(what a change), proper "Coke" not the happy shopper stuff, and the biggest surprise is the prices have dropped to a similar level to pubs. The sound system and lighting has been improved beyond all recognition, the toilets have been repaired and decorated (new toilet in gents) - They seem to have their act together now. The capacity is now 220, the Bands and customers have changed and such well known performers as James Hunter and Eddie and the Hotrods have recently appeared on stage at the Twist. they have Reggae ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 278 readings)
When I was a bit younger (pre-18), The Twist used to be a great hangout for myself and my friends. We'd just discovered the 'alternative' music scene and were vainly trying to force our way into this culture, and this place allows under 18s in (though is strict on them buying alcohol). So what is The Twist? It's a music venue, in basic terms. Used to be called the Oliver Twist, and before that more of a pub than a 'venue'. It's situated on the outskirts of Colchester Town Centre in Essex, right next to one of Colchester's main train stations, so convenient for those who don't drive/want a drink. Many bands have played at The Twist. Funeral for a ... Read the complete review
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