University of East Anglia UEA
How would you rate your university towns night life?
7.5 / 10
(based on ratings in 2016)
"Locals are friendly and a lot of students live in the same area. There are great places to go out in town and there's a lot of variety."
"There are plenty of great and affordable bars in town, the same goes for clubs. There is also something for everyone's taste from commercial clubs to gay clubs and alternative venues."
"It's not a very big city so there are not many great clubs."
"There's something for everyone. For the people who prefer more chilled environments, the Blue and Red bar is always open with good food too! The LCR is the place to be on Tuesday and Saturday nights. Besides that there's a number of good clubs in town with good student discounts on different nights, such as Mantra and Mercy."
"The nightlife is so safe compared to a lot of areas. There are a few main clubs that people go to but they are in the city so you either get a taxi or a bus (neither option is very expensive)."
"There's a good club on campus and we have easy access to city clubs as well. Local cinemas are easy to access and offer good student deals."
"There are various clubs and bars to go to with different types of music."
"You can go to a variety of clubs, go shopping, watch football or play sports."
"Lots of places to go and something to suit everyone whether you want cheap or more expensive places. There's also lots to do if you don't want to drink."
"There is everything for a student life including a book cafe, entertainment centre, nice city views and a pleasant atmosphere."
"There's a few clubs and bars, lots of pubs and a selection of shops and cafes. It's not a very large city though."
"There are bars and a street filled with nightclubs."
"There are too many clubs to list but there's something catering to everyone's taste."
"You can go to clubs, cinemas or go bowling, among other things. There are also good cycle routes to town."
"Mantra and Mercy are good nights out."
"It's good, there are lots of alternative places to go as well as pubs and clubs."