Eastbourne’s best ever nightclubs

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

Monday, 22nd February 2021, 11:42 am
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So we asked on Facebook what is Eastbourne’s best ever nightclub? Here is a round up of what you said.

How many do you remember?

In Bolton Road Eastbourne there was also one in Portsmouth. Picture: Google Street View
TJ's was in Terminus Road, Eastbourne it is now club NME. Picture: Google Street View
The building used to be Luxor Cinema, the cinema shut in the 70s and the stalls area became a Painted Wagon bar. Picture: Google Street View
Sundowners was in Pevensey Bay Road, opposite was Kings Country Club. Picture: Google Maps
Calebs was in Langney Road and it later became Kings and is now Cameo. Picture: Google Street View
Funktion Rooms, formerly called the House of Commons, in Pevensey Road, Eastbourne is now called Embassy. Picture: Google Street View
Cloisters in Seaside Road is now Cosmo an all you can eat buffet restaurant. Picture: Google Street View
Nightclub The Bitter End was below the Queens Hotel. Picture: Google Street View
Shimmers in Seaside Road is now Bassment. Picture: Google Street View
The nightclub on the pier has had a number of names over the years - The Balloon Factory,Dixieland, The Roxy and Atlantis.