Whether you’re a regular on Bournemouth’s clubbing scene or you’re heading here for your first night out in town, there’s a good chance that Cameo will be on your hit-list.
This vast venue occupies a sweeping corner of Firvale Road between the town’s up-and-coming Horseshoe Common area and the Old Christchurch Road shopping district. In fact, it’s the biggest nightclub in the South, with four rooms ensuring there’s a style and a soundtrack to delight all guests. Join 1000 fellow revellers in the main Cameo arena, which plays out mainstream chart, dance and R&B tunes. Check out The Basement, which is often home to more underground sounds plus hip-hop and urban. Head for the sophistication of the MYU bar where there might be a guest DJ or house tunes and the Vinyl retro bar for some old-school, cheese and pop anthems.
The venue is rather partial to a themed night, covering all favourites from ‘Guilty’ student night to ‘CrossOver,’ tailored to International Students in the town. Make celebrating the start of the weekend your ‘Priority’ every Friday and party like there’s ‘No tomorrow’ on Saturdays.
Cameo is quite the fan of personal appearances and big-name bookings too, with guest DJs and major artists especially on New Year’s Eve. Lethal Bizzle is lined up to help you see in 2017.