This is our Town headed down to Tunnel 267 last week for a night out and didn’t leave disappointed…or sober.
Further down on the Broadway, Tunnel 267 is an underground club perfect for a night of dancing, singing at the top of your lungs and thanks to their in house photographer, lots of posing. With a bottle of bubbles in hand and music blasting, we headed to a booth to take in our surroundings.
There’s a very rustic warehouse feel in the club with exposed brick walls, piping and pallet tables. Tunnel 267 has 3 different areas; the Reception, the Bar Room and the Club Room. The venue has two bars making service quick meaning you have more time to enjoy your evening and less time waiting in queues. The first half of the venue is a laid back bar area with tables and booths for larger groups with enough space to throw some shapes. The larger second half of the venue is the main club room complete with dance floor and second bar.
Unlike most central London clubs Tunnel 267 isn’t stuffy or pretentious. The staff are really friendly and go out of their way to look after you. From the bouncers on the door, to the bar and cloak room staff up to the manager, everyone is genuine and approachable.
Tunnel 267 isn’t just a nightclub, they have various events going on over the next few months including bottomless prosecco and pizza, live music, neon nights and foam parties. In fact, we’re headed back on Thursday 23rd February for their double film screening of Wayne’s World 1&2.
It’s free entry before midnight at the weekend when you’re on guest list, so if you’re looking for somewhere to celebrate the end of the week and let down your hair down, head on over to Tunnel 267!
By Laura Megatli