Thalia Sampayo looks at the future of electronic nightlife and whether London has lost its spark.
Print editor Bryony Gooch reviews Unit 1’s new Monday club night
A ‘Tracksuit and Trance’ night hosted by 4Play Events and LOGIC has changed its “offensive” event description following criticism from the University of Exeter Feminist Society. Whilst the themed night is still set to take place on the evening of 8th October at Fever and Boutique nightclub, organisers have apologised for offence caused by […]
Anyone who has headed to Fever this year will no doubt have walked past the empty husk that was once the destination for many of us every Monday and Thursday. Staff from Rosie’s lurch out of the darkness, blocking your pathway and try to lure you inside with promises of free drinks, no queue, and […]
We’ve all had it: that feeling of absolute horror and humiliation as you open your eyes the morning after a particularly heavy night out. Maybe you confessed your undying love to someone you really shouldn’t have, or had one-too-many and drunk cried all over Wednesday Night TP and most of the way home. Maybe you […]
So exams are over, your student loan has run dry and the Forum’s eerily empty. It’s the end of another year at Exeter, and whether you’re a Fresher who can’t wait to head home so your mum can wash all your socks, or a soon-to-be grad enjoying your last few weeks of freedom before you […]
May 9th, 2017. Mark it on your calendar. It was the day that Exeter’s nightlife died. It was never exactly award-winning, limping along like a 19-year-old dog that can’t control its bowels or see anymore; nothing in comparison to the supple Doberman that is, for example, Newcastle’s nightlife, but it did its job in a […]
A fire at Exeter’s Cavern on Tuesday night and Wednesday morning will close the popular venue on Queen Street for “several weeks”. The fire started at around 10.20pm and firefighters from Crediton, Exeter and Topsham continued to tackle the blaze until around 2 am on Wednesday morning. Emergency services were first alerted when smoke was […]