Nightclub round-up for New Year's Eve in Hereford

ARE you out and about in Hereford tonight to see in the new year?

Here is what is happening in the city's clubs on the busiest night of the year.

Play

BBC Radio 1 Xtra DJ Sarah-Jane Crawford will be performing a DJ set.

She presents the offical UK top 40 chart on MTV and the official urban chart on MTV Base and co-hosted this year's MOBO Awards alongside Trevor Nelson.

For more information and how you can buy advance tickets, visit Play's official website here.

Fusion

Lisa Lashes will be performing a DJ set from 12.30am.

Renowned as being "the world's number one female DJ", Lisa is best known for mixing numerous Euphoria albums and for her Lashes dance music events.

She was the first and only woman considered to be among the top ten DJ's in the world by DJ Magazine.

Tickets can be bought on the door or in advance.

Saxtys

A night of wine and cheese: Saxtys will be hosting a night of wine tasting, a gourmet meal and a cheesy disco.

However, as of an hour ago, only three tables were left for the wine tasting and meal.

But, tickets can still be bought for the disco, which includes a glass of champagne on arrival.

Otherwise it's £5 on the door. The club will be open to the public from 10.30pm.

The Jailhouse

The Jailhouse will be hosting a masquerade ball, which includes burlesque performers and a mix of electro swing, soul, motown, funk, vintage and rock 'n' roll.

The club will be open from 10pm to 6am and fancy dress is encouraged.

MammaJammas

The West Street venue will be open from 10.30pm to 4.30am and promise revellers "a few surprises."

 

 

 

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5:32pm Tue 31 Dec 13

petet25 says...

The HT are happy to list what's open and going on in clubs tonight, but it's only when people actually get into a club they realise how inflated the drinks prices are for NYE...

Went out a few years back, after paying £10 entry fee for a club in town, I soon realised the drinks prices had been put up hugely for the night. I recall paying on average £3.50 a pint. Had I known before paying the entry fee, I wouldn't of gone in.

Best advice... Stick to pubs or just stay in and enjoy the evening with friends and family!!! You are not missing much at all!!
The HT are happy to list what's open and going on in clubs tonight, but it's only when people actually get into a club they realise how inflated the drinks prices are for NYE... Went out a few years back, after paying £10 entry fee for a club in town, I soon realised the drinks prices had been put up hugely for the night. I recall paying on average £3.50 a pint. Had I known before paying the entry fee, I wouldn't of gone in. Best advice... Stick to pubs or just stay in and enjoy the evening with friends and family!!! You are not missing much at all!! petet25

10:31pm Tue 31 Dec 13

Mr.Herefordian says...

Paul, can you please translate your article into English. As far as prices are concerned have a party at home because it's rip off night in most clubs and pubs.
Paul, can you please translate your article into English. As far as prices are concerned have a party at home because it's rip off night in most clubs and pubs. Mr.Herefordian

8:56am Wed 1 Jan 14

silentbull2 says...

Haven't been 'clubbing' for over 10 years, not because of prices because it's expected (I used to work in a nightclub).
The main reason I haven't been out 'clubbing' for 10 years is because all the 'nutjobs' seem to love new years eve, you very rarely see them any other time
And then there's the drunks who seem to drink even more than usual, then there's the underage that think getting drunk is the most fantastic thing ever!! And 'yes' i used to be one of them but thinking back i always wonder why??
Nowadays I'm happy staying at home with a couple of cans while watching a good film!!!
'God' I'm getting old!!
Haven't been 'clubbing' for over 10 years, not because of prices because it's expected (I used to work in a nightclub). The main reason I haven't been out 'clubbing' for 10 years is because all the 'nutjobs' seem to love new years eve, you very rarely see them any other time And then there's the drunks who seem to drink even more than usual, then there's the underage that think getting drunk is the most fantastic thing ever!! And 'yes' i used to be one of them but thinking back i always wonder why?? Nowadays I'm happy staying at home with a couple of cans while watching a good film!!! 'God' I'm getting old!! silentbull2

9:56am Wed 1 Jan 14

Everywhere says...

Heard that whilst in the Play Club last night a young girl was injured after being hit by a bottle thrown willynilly by some unknown yob , the injury to the girl required a visit to A and E . The bottle hit and cut her forehead , she will therefore be scarred for life .

Makes one wonder what the Police Licensing Officer will do about all the unprovoked assaults , woundings and fights which go on in these clubs . They soon closed down a local pub recently after a wounding.
Heard that whilst in the Play Club last night a young girl was injured after being hit by a bottle thrown willynilly by some unknown yob , the injury to the girl required a visit to A and E . The bottle hit and cut her forehead , she will therefore be scarred for life . Makes one wonder what the Police Licensing Officer will do about all the unprovoked assaults , woundings and fights which go on in these clubs . They soon closed down a local pub recently after a wounding. Everywhere

12:36pm Wed 1 Jan 14

dippyhippy says...

Well, I had a fabulous New Year!
I made sure I had a hearty vegetarian meal before leaving the house, then paced myself by having one bottle of Babycham for every two Dandylion and Burdochs....seemed to work a treat!
On getting home, I played a selection of folk musics greatest hits, whilst shaking a tambourine, and so ensured another year of warm relations between me and my lovely neighbours!!
(I have great neighbours to be fair - very....tolerant!!)

Happy New Year! To one and all!!
Well, I had a fabulous New Year! I made sure I had a hearty vegetarian meal before leaving the house, then paced myself by having one bottle of Babycham for every two Dandylion and Burdochs....seemed to work a treat! On getting home, I played a selection of folk musics greatest hits, whilst shaking a tambourine, and so ensured another year of warm relations between me and my lovely neighbours!! (I have great neighbours to be fair - very....tolerant!!) Happy New Year! To one and all!! dippyhippy

3:34pm Wed 1 Jan 14

petet25 says...

Cant say its too surprising "Everywhere". We see it all year round, especially in play where there are assaults pretty much every single week.

Thinking back to quite a few years ago, I had a complete beatdown in play and surprisingly I was dragged and thrown onto the path outside by bouncers even though I had done nothing wrong. Blood was everywhere and when the ambulance came, the guy who did it came out and apologised to me because he thought I was someone else. The ambulance people refused to log it or notify the police because I had consumed 2 pints of beer. It was never mentioned in the HT so the point i'm making is even though the HT do report on a lot of trouble in Hereford nightclub's, so much more trouble happens that is never reported or bought to the attention of the general public.

If the police and bouncer's cant keep trouble under control at any point in the year, they will never stand a chance on new years eve when clubs and bars are full to capacity.

I too had a great new years eve for under £10... 2 beers, a pizza, a few fireworks and most importantly I woke up nice and early feeling fresh with no bad head
Cant say its too surprising "Everywhere". We see it all year round, especially in play where there are assaults pretty much every single week. Thinking back to quite a few years ago, I had a complete beatdown in play and surprisingly I was dragged and thrown onto the path outside by bouncers even though I had done nothing wrong. Blood was everywhere and when the ambulance came, the guy who did it came out and apologised to me because he thought I was someone else. The ambulance people refused to log it or notify the police because I had consumed 2 pints of beer. It was never mentioned in the HT so the point i'm making is even though the HT do report on a lot of trouble in Hereford nightclub's, so much more trouble happens that is never reported or bought to the attention of the general public. If the police and bouncer's cant keep trouble under control at any point in the year, they will never stand a chance on new years eve when clubs and bars are full to capacity. I too had a great new years eve for under £10... 2 beers, a pizza, a few fireworks and most importantly I woke up nice and early feeling fresh with no bad head petet25

3:44pm Wed 1 Jan 14

Everywhere says...

The below was copied from the HT in May , I find it unbelievable that this paper do not report many local court cases ever . In my humble opinion it's to the benefit of residents if they are made aware of convictions of neighbours , ie.Violence , driving with excess alcohol , no driving licence , insurance , disqualified from driving , Benefit fraud etc the list is endless , but for whatever reason they chose not to. If as the article says , it appears a waste of the Reporters time because , as I said rarely are court cases printed.

HT 16/05/13
The Hereford Times is the only media organisation that regularly attends Hereford’s two courts – the crown and magistrates benches – and was the only newspaper to report on Craft’s earlier hearing at Worcester Crown Court.

Responding to the letter, Judge Toby Hooper QC said he wanted to take the opportunity to say “how vital it is to society to have strong local newspapers to advise and inform the public about the things that go on in places and at times which the vast majority of people never associate with at all”.
The below was copied from the HT in May , I find it unbelievable that this paper do not report many local court cases ever . In my humble opinion it's to the benefit of residents if they are made aware of convictions of neighbours , ie.Violence , driving with excess alcohol , no driving licence , insurance , disqualified from driving , Benefit fraud etc the list is endless , but for whatever reason they chose not to. If as the article says , it appears a waste of the Reporters time because , as I said rarely are court cases printed. HT 16/05/13 The Hereford Times is the only media organisation that regularly attends Hereford’s two courts – the crown and magistrates benches – and was the only newspaper to report on Craft’s earlier hearing at Worcester Crown Court. Responding to the letter, Judge Toby Hooper QC said he wanted to take the opportunity to say “how vital it is to society to have strong local newspapers to advise and inform the public about the things that go on in places and at times which the vast majority of people never associate with at all”. Everywhere

4:37pm Wed 1 Jan 14

dippyhippy says...

Well done Everywhere!
There's nothing I like more on New Years Day, than a good helping of irony!
Well done Everywhere! There's nothing I like more on New Years Day, than a good helping of irony! dippyhippy

9:49pm Wed 1 Jan 14

educated says...

The only reason I would go to the club would be to meet Lisa Lashes (phew!).
The only reason I would go to the club would be to meet Lisa Lashes (phew!). educated

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