Worthing’s 12 best ever nightclubs

Going out to nightclubs seems like a thing from the past as they have been shut since the start of lockdown.

Wednesday, 10th February 2021, 11:52 am
Bar scene Picture: Unsplash

So we asked on Facebook what is Worthing’s best ever nightclub? Here is what you said.

Still a nightclub The Factory has had many names Liquid Lounge, Jungle, Bubbles Nightclub and the Light Bar, Picture: Google Street View
A disused church was turned into Cloisters which is now called Bar Ten. Picture: Google Street View
Sterns was a nightclub located at Highdown Towers on Highdown Hill in Worthing. A popular rave spot DJs such as Carl Cox played here. Also know as Mansion House. Picture: Google Street View
Now flats previous names for the club were Flappers, Space Bar, Area 51, MIB and 3TO. Picture: Google Street View
Rutherford's one of the most popular clubs mentioned on Facebook was known as the club on the pier. Pic Steve Robards
Now JB's Bar it was previously known as Caroline's and the Ocean Club. Picture: Google Street View
The club has been known as Club East, Bensons, Illusions, Desire, and XS. Picture: Google Street View
Picture: Google Street View
A Greene King pub it is listed on TripAdvisor as one of the best pubs in Worthing. Picture: Google Street View
Harry's Bar opened in 1983 as Devine's Wine Bar. Picture: Google Street View
Currently Cucinetta Bistro, it was previously Kar'ben a cafe/bistro and called Pestle and Mortar. Picture: Google Street View
Now flats Mexican Hat was at the corner of junction of Rowlands Road and Eriswell Road. Picture: Google Street View