Let our team know if you feel unwell
If you start to feel unwell, let any member of our team know right away or head to the welfare tent which is at the rear of the club next to the smoking area. There are always medics on site as well as a dedicated welfare team whose job it is to look after you. We will not judge you if you come and see us for this reason.
Look after each other
Keep an eye out for your friends and fellow clubbers. If they start to appear unwell or uncomfortable, then check if they’re ok and let our staff know if you’re worried about them. We all want a safe and friendly space where we help each other.
A free water bar is located in Room One to the left of the main bar. It’s open all the time we are and there’s no queue unlike the main bars which sometimes get busy. Remember to sip water regularly throughout the night but don’t down it too fast.
Take regular air-breaks
We usually have a relaxation area open in Room Three, where you can sit down for a moment, take a breath and grab a drink.
Arrange a meeting point with your friends
We’re pretty notorious for having patchy phone signal inside the venue so it’s a good idea to pre-arrange a meeting spot for your mates if you get separated. The best place for this is by the welfare tent outside by the smoking area.
Let us deal with harassment
We operate a zero tolerance to harassment for all of our guests whatever your gender, sexual preference or background and are proud members of Hollaback’s Good Night Out campaign. If someone is making you feel uncomfortable then let us know - all our staff are trained to deal with incidents of harassment. Our full policy can be found here.
Useful links and resources
The Loop is a not-for-profit charity founded by Professor Fiona Measham that provides welfare, forensic drug testing and harm reduction services on drugs, alcohol and sexual health. It’s your best resource for getting important harm reduction advice.
Drugwise offers evidence-based information on drugs and alcohol, from harm reduction methods to treatment and recovery.
Erowid is an educational website offering information on a vast range of psychoactive substances, including effects and reports of experiences.
Talk To Frank
Talk To Frank gives confidential advice on drugs, including how to help friends and recent news updates. Their website also features a number of drug support centres based in