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Nightclub in Aberdeen and Nightclubs Aberdeenshire


Guide to nightclubs throughout Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire with nightclub reviews, facilities, bars, restaurants and clubs:

The nightclubs in Aberdeenshire include Angels, Babylon, Bar Mix, BarRoc, Bex Bar, Boogie Bar, Buckley's Bar, Club Mono, The Cotton Club, Drum, Eros, Espionage, Exodus, Franklyns, Fusion, Joannas, Jungle Nation, Kef, Liquid, Ministry, O'Donoghue, Palace, Priory, Seafield, Siberia Wodka Bar, Tiger Tiger, Wax.




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Nightclubs Aberdeen


Below are reviews of the nightclubs in Aberdeen. If you would like to add your own Aberdeen nightclub review or nightclubs throughout Aberdeenshire then please contact AboutAberdeen.




Tiger Tiger Aberdeen

Tiger Tiger Aberdeen is located in the Shiprow, near the end of Union Street, right next door to the Vue Cinema. Tiger Tiger Aberdeen conveniently has five bars, a restaurant and a night club making this a one stop venue for your entertainment and afternoon or night out. It opens from lunchtime until late into the night. Tiger Tiger Aberdeen can host parties ranging from birthdays to Christmas and also corporate events and even your stag and hen party.

The Tiger Tiger Aberdeen restaurant opens at 5pm and is themed as Eastern cuisine with Western food such as steaks, burgers, salads and fusion dishes. Tiger Tiger Aberdeen is famed for its Tiger Beer battered fish and chunky chips.

Visit the Tiger Tiger Aberdeen website at www.tigertiger-aberdeen.co.uk

Other Tiger Tiger Nightclub locations in Scotland include Glasgow and in England Tiger Tiger nightclubs can be found at Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, London, Portsmouth and Croyon. In Wales the Tiger Tiger nightclub is in Cardiff.












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Visit the Aberdeen nightclub websites below for more information such as opening times, facilities and admission prices:

Bar Mix (Justice Mill Lane, Aberdeen) Club Mono (Union Street, Aberdeen)

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Unight Scheme

Aberdeen night clubs are working closely with Grampian Police and Aberdeen Council to help clubbers be safer. Known as the Unight scheme it is hoped that it will help make revellers nights safer by allowing night club owners and managers to share details of known drug dealers and violent drunks and troublemakers. Night clubs will be able to send photos of such people to other bars and night clubs so that they can be refused entry to other venues. The Unight scheme was launched in the Liquid night club and so far fourteen night clubs in Aberdeen City have joined the scheme. The Unight scheme started in Aberdeen in September 2009 and has been running in Edinburgh, Scotland since 2008.




Licensing Laws 2009

New licensing laws in 2009 (Licensing Scotland Act 2005) were introduced in September for pubs and nightclubs in Scotland. The licensing laws of 2009 also affected supermarkets and shops selling alcohol. These new licensing laws included restricting the sale of alcohol to the hours of 10am to 10pm in stores which are now restricted to selling alcohol in specific parts of the shop. Nightclubs require a trained first aider to be on location, regular checks on toilets to be performed, adequate door supervisors and there must be a licence holder on the premises. Nightclubs must also have written policies for the evacuation of their premises and a drugs policy. The new licensing laws introduced in September 2009 requires CCTV that has been approved by local police forces to be installed in nightclubs.

Nightclubs and pubs are no longer permitted to sell cheap alcohol in deals such as paying an extra sum such as 30 pence to upgrade from a single to a double spirit measure, two for the price of one offers, happy hours and offering free drinks in exchange for paying a one off entrance fee. Nightclubs and bars must now offer free tap water to customers requesting this drink and must price soft drinks responsibly.

Nightclub and bar staff can now ask for ID for proof of age to ensure that anyone looking aged under 25 years is above the age of 18 years. Identification acceptable are full photo card driving licence, passport or the Government approved Proof of Age Standards Scheme hologram (PASS) card.

A study from Glasgow, Scotland based Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research found over 33% of fighting around nightclubs involve drunk women. From this about 10% become physically injured, though typical assaults are hair pulling, kicking, slapping and punching. Many of the assaults were caused by jealousy over men. These aggressive women are nicknamed Ladettes by many in the media and their actions are often related to binge drinking. The research was not restricted to Glasgow nightclubs and bars but eight city centres throughout Scotland and was performed over a four month period. The report suggests the need for more female door staff, security staff and stewards.

Another research study, by the Scottish Beer and Pub Association, found that four pubs a week in Scotland were closing in 2009. They forecast that this would rise after the introduction of the Licensing Scotland Act 2005. For example past legislation allowed for just the police being able to object to a licence renewal: now members of the public can voice their objections.

It is thought that the Scottish Government may next introduce a minimum price per unit of alcohol across pubs and nightclubs.


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