(I recommend their cheesy chips with garlic mayo.) Entry costs £5 and Uni Express tickets for freshers are £10, including entry and travel to and from campus.GATECRASHER: If small clubs with familiar faces aren’t your cup of tea, every Monday night the Uni Express runs trips to Gatecrasher, one of the biggest and best clubs in Birmingham.You download the app, create a profile, add some of your favorite pictures, and write a short bio.If you make a match, you can commence Instagram- or Facebook-stalking to learn more — at least that’s what we do.This is a great option if you want to escape the ‘bubble’ as the club is packed full of students from Birmingham Uni (fresh meat! Also, with four separate floors in the club playing floor filler anthems, indie and rock, Rn B and cheesy pop classics, there is something for everyone.Uni Express tickets cost around £13 from campus and include travel, queue jump and entry.
Lots of fun but it was difficult to get the 8-foot iron grill set up in a shopping centre or motorway service station, let alone all the horses, swords, and associated weaponry you need these days.
On the plus side, you WILL see everyone you know there, and technically, queues can be avoided by purchasing a queue jump from Moo Bar or the Duke in Leamington earlier that evening. Wednesday: POP: If you love the Spice Girls and want to bag yourself a hot sports player boyfriend/girlfriend/one night stand, I would strongly advise attending POP every week.
Taking place at the Copper Rooms, POP involves classic nineties music (think Take That, the Backstreet Boys and S Club) a vast array of fancy dress and crowds of drunken sports players looking to get lucky.
Situated in Warwick, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Warwick Castle, Collegiate Church of St Mary, and Warwick Racecourse.
Stoneleigh Abbey and Hatton Country World are also within 9 mi (15 km).