Reasons to go clubbing

Yes, life is hectic, but you must remember to let your hair down sometimes. All work and no play make for a dull existence indeed! There are always excuses not to go out clubbing, from the cost to the fact that you’re exhausted from a busy week at college or work. However, nothing beats the feeling you get from forgetting all your worries and dancing the night away. Here are some top reasons for you to go clubbing this weekend:

Celebrate the weekend

Got nothing to celebrate? Why not just revel in the joy of the weekend? Weekends were invented for fun, so throw off the shackles of the working week and reset your soul with some great music, amazing friends and a few cheeky drinks for medicinal purposes of course!

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You’re human

Humans are social beings. We need interaction. Technology is fast killing off the last remaining vestiges of these social skills, so fight back and go and talk to people. If you’re lucky, you might even get to dance with some of these human beings too. Leave your devices at home and go mingle. You know you’ll enjoy it!

It’s been a tough week

After a tough week at work, it’s important for our mental and physical well-being that we release some stress and do something that makes us smile. What better medicine is there than being silly in a club with your mates? Leave your worries at work and go bust some moves. It’s a primal instinct, so don’t fight it.

You shouldn’t play video games all weekend

You could, and you would, but you shouldn’t. It’s not healthy. Put down your controller and go dance with some other people. It’s much more life-affirming and great exercise too! For Cheltenham Nightclubs, visit

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You could meet the one

Single? Well, you’re not going to meet ‘the one’ by watching Netflix on your own all weekend. Get yourself out there. Even if you don’t meet ‘the one’, you might make new friends and meet fascinating new people.

Practise your dance moves

Where better to perfect those moves than a crowded dance floor? You can lose yourself in the crowd, not care what others think and nail those moves.

Support the local scene

This one is super important and directly helps your local economy. If you’ve ever needed an excuse to go clubbing, then you can say it’s your civic duty to do so. If it’s important to you to support local musicians, DJs and events – from the small to the better-known, then grab your gang and head to these local events and special nights. It’s your support and the support from others like you that keep the bars open and the music playing.

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