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After going on a hen party bar crawl around Llandudno and feeling quite disappointed with the nightlife... we stumbled into Broadway Boulevard.. I wasn't entirely sure I wanted to be there, but within 15 minutes the DJ was playingf my favourite song, I had a drink which hadn't cost me the earth and we were all having a fab time!!!
I had a word with a member of staff to see if I could get some bubbly or something for the hen and 10 minutes later we had a fish bowl of cocktails, a round of shots and some party goodies to make our night even better!!!!
I would seriously recommend you visit Broadway Boulevard whether you live in Llandudno or close by or are on a night out - the hen party package we got was fab and we didn't even book in advance so I imagine if you book in advance it'll be great!!!!
Dress Code: smart, casual, don't think you can wear trainers or sports tops/clothes
Updated Jul 12, 2010
Address: Mostyn Broadway
High above Llandudno's beaches the Horseshoe Bats, Toads and Badgers steal from the shadows and damp caves.
Blinking from their slumber Little Owl and Tawney Owl flash open their eyes alert to the noise of a shrew dashing after black beetles.
By the miners old cottages the sound of a crashing dustbin finds a fox gorging himself on an abandoned picnic.
As darkness shrouds the Great Orme and the temperature drops, these are the signals to the nocturnal world for another busy night under the stars.
Dress Code: Wear warm clothes for your nocturnal forays and look out for the goats.
Updated Feb 20, 2010
If you are over 18 and are looking for a place to spend a lively evening, then you try out this popular night spot.
The interior decor is contemporary and inviting, and located on three floors.
The ground floor is the entrance, the second floor has two bars and a dance floor and overlooks St Georges Street, and the third floor contains a cocktail bar with a more reserved atmosphere.
Dress Code: No sportswear, jeans or hoodies.
Written Aug 20, 2008
Address: St. George's Pl, Llandudno, UK - Wales LL30 2NR
Drink inside or outside in the beer garden. The interior is warm and inviting, with big squasy sofas arranged around a large woodstove.
Soft music plays in the background. As the evening wears on, the atmosphere usually becomes a bit livelier. This is a very popular place for locals to gather
Dress Code: Informal
Written Aug 20, 2008
Address: 1 Market St, Llandudno, UK - Wales LL30 2SR
This nightclub is near the ocean. For dancing the night away, then this is the place to be. The dance floor is on two levels. Various theme nights are held throughout the week.
Wednesdays, are only for those who are 25 or over. Gay nights are held every other week. Saturday and Sundays are best for couples.
Dress Code: No jeans, trainers, hoodies.
Written Aug 20, 2008
Address: Mostyn Avenue, Llandudno
The JD Weatherspoon pub chain have taken over this rather magnificent theatre and turned it into one of the largest pubs in Wales.
It must have been opened with some pride, but over the years gradually became somewhat rundown as it limped on with Cinema showings and Bingo.
Much has been restored, although it is a pity that the balconies of the theatre can't be used as seating areas. The 'stage' area is also somewhat disappointing as it looks no more than a rather cheap stage set for an Agatha-Christie country house murder mystery.
The beer is cheap, and the place seems to have a certain buzz. Children welcome during the day.
Worth walking through (there is an entrance at either end) to admire the Victorian theatre architecture even if you are not in need of 'lubrication.'
Written Nov 2, 2006
Address: Central LLandudno
This is the most popular nightclub it's open seven days a week from 4pm till midnight .
Club Hellbent @ The Washington Nightclub,
Open 9pm 'til 1.30am every Thursday. Doors close @ midnight.
Contact 0788 147 8675 for further info.
the rest of the week it becomes the buzz clubb
Dress Code: being updated hang fire
Written Mar 11, 2006
Address: The Washington Nightclub, Promenade, Llandudno, No
Cineworld is a multiplex of cinemas located out of town in Llandudno Junction. Get a taxi, bus or train if you have no car.
Adults before 5pm (Mon, Wed-Fri) £4.70
Child(14 & Under)/OAP/UB40 £4.50
Bargain Tuesday £3.80
Delux Screen £7.50
Bargain Delux £5.50
Monday Classic £2.50
Movies for Juniors (Sat am) £1.00
Updated Oct 17, 2005
Phone: 0871 220 8000 bookings
Ballet, opera, musicals, dramas, exhibitions.
Next door is the sports and conference centre
Plenty going on during your stay in town.
Updated Oct 15, 2005
Address: The Promenade, Craig y Don
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