Saturday, 25 February 2012

PUBLIC Nightclub.

On Friday a few friends and I had a night out to celebrate my progress on my Dissertation! We went for drinks at the RAC, before heading to PUBLIC nightclub in Chelsea. I've been wanting to go to PUBLIC for a while, it's known for being a celebrity hang-out and is owned by Prince William's best friend, Guy Pelly. Unfortunately we didn't bump into any Royals or Celebs in there...the only person we recognized was Lizo Mzimba from the BBC (see photos below).

Although I've been wanting to go for a long time, I've been put off by the fact they don't do a guest-list and everyone always says how busy and difficult to get into it is, but we thought we'd give it a go. Needless to say there was no queue (we got there around midnight), and we were whisked straight in, no questions asked. I started worrying when they asked us to get our ID's out, asked us to join the 'ID checking queue' and announced that it is strictly over 21's....I'm still 20. Damn. They checked my ID and luckily just let me through, no questions asked, obviously one 20-year-old female isn't on their list of people to turn away. Also it was only £15 to get in, which is pretty cheap for London! 

Once we were in we didn't know where to go first! It was so exciting, it was like walking into a glamorous industrial warehouse - which is the look they were apparently going for, so obviously that's why it felt like that. Anyway, we went and got drinks, had fun in the photobooth (yes, they have their own photobooth in there!), and then went dancing until we got bored of being pushed around by drunk people and myself and Claire got fed up of being hit on by sleazy men.

So we then went to investigate the famous fairground horses - we had great fun posing for photos with them! After a couple of hours inside PUBLIC we got a bit bored (the DJ wasn't that great) and decided to go to Vingt Quatre for food before heading home. I had the Buttermilk Pancakes as usual. They are H E A V E N. They're basically American style pancakes, with berries, maple syrup and crispy bacon - perfect combination!

All in all it was a fantastic night with some great friends and of course fabulous food at the end :)
Claire and I 
Lizo Mzimba!!
Claire and I with the horses 
Vingt Quatre Buttermilk Pancakes


  1. I love the photos you put up of the place you go. We're so dull around here, it takes going to a city to get anything remotely interesting in terms of clubs... alas. :)

    1. Hehe, thanks Marisol! I know what you mean, that's why I go into London to go clubbing and don't bother going in my hometown. Luckily London is only about a 40minute drive from my hometown so I can get in at least once if not twice a week :)



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