10 March 2014
The Londoner's Guide to London
One of the most popular student nights in London, Cheapskates at Moonlighting is crammed full of bargain hunters every week, making the most of the cheap entry and even cheaper drinks offers. Who knew central London prices could be so reasonable?
Cheapskates at Moonlighting isn’t afraid to admit that being a cheapskate isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Let’s face it, we’re all having to be a cheapskate now the credit crunch has hit. If you’re a student, entry is cheap for an area of London riddled with overpriced clubs. However, where the students really save their beans on toast money is the drinks prices, which are set at rock bottom.
You can expect a student-friendly sound to pump out of the speakers at Cheapskates at Moonlighting, covering everything from new school disco to old school hip hop. Basically, you’ll be jumping around your handbag (well, backpack) to the sounds of Beastie Boys, Prodigy and Beck.
Moonlighting in Soho
Something of a tardis, the tiny doorway that could be mistaken for someone’s front door belies a much larger club inside. A large illuminated bar is a centrepiece to the sprawling space, complete with mirrored walls and dimmed lighting. As long as you don’t mind the Great British pastime of queuing – queuing to get in, queuing for the bar – then it’s a fashionably cheap den that makes an ideal setting for such a popular mid-week student night.
Who will I be partying with?
Students reign supreme at Cheapskates at Moonlighting, so prepare yourself for a deluge of laid back members of the University of London – all campuses – to be on a mission to get as drunk as humanly possible using as few pennies as they can.
Cheapskates at Moonlighting takes place every Wednesday and Thursday, 9pm - 3.30am. Entry is £4.50 with a flyer.
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