Clubs are a great place to go and meet people. They are normally quiet and reserved places, open till late at night/early mornings, full of people who have had a little bit of alcohol to drink and are therefore at their most friendly. Quaint little colloquialisms can always be heard in clubs, such as 'are you looking at my pint?' or the timeless 'are you looking at my bird?'. Normally in charge of these clubs are 'bouncers' well trained individuals, often dressed in dark suits, who keep order and arrange the ways in which some people leave the club.
Normally people are so well behaved in clubs that bouncers just have to stand by the doors explaining to their colleagues how 'hard' they are, a lovely phrase, used quite often in Newcastle, by locals who go around in the middle of winter with just T shirts on to show how 'hard' they are. How they will laugh when they are in their 50's and unable to lift a cup of tea, due to the arthritis they have acquired in their youth.
Clubs will normally advertise locally as to opening times and where they are, if you are charged admission, then happily pay it, as you can then stay in that club all night, rather than wandering aimlessly around a town, visiting club after club.
As we have helped you so much in finding your way there, you should send us a little part of the admission fee as a sort of commission to thank us for our assistance.