A whirlwind of sound, light, and pure energy, Digital, known as “The Fabric of the North,” has been captivating Newcastle’s nightlife scene since its inception in 2005. Founded by Aaron Mellor, the club can be found in the beating heart of the city—Times Square. With four floors of prime dance space and a capacity of 1,400, Digital has solidified its reputation as a titan among the UK’s nightlife destinations.
The moment you step inside, you’re welcomed by the mesmerising Pixel Line, Digital’s trademark feature. It’s no wonder the club has attracted a star-studded roster of DJs and live acts, including legends like Sasha, Jamie Jones, Fatboy Slim, and LCD Soundsystem. And with a Funktion One Dance Stack sound system pulsating through the venue, your eardrums are in for a one-of-a-kind experience.
As you meander through the club, you’ll find a delightful blend of music genres filling the air. From party mash-ups to electro-pop beats and house tunes, there’s something for every partygoer.
The drinks menu at Digital keeps the spirits flowing, with reasonable prices to match. No need to stress about any strict dress code either – this club focuses on having a good time. And if you’re craving a bit of exclusivity, you can always retreat to the VIP room for a more intimate atmosphere.
In addition to the impressive DJ lineup, Digital has also hosted a wide array of live acts, including The Horrors, Lee Scratch Perry, and Public Enemy, to name just a few. The club’s accolades are a testament to its dedication to quality entertainment, having won awards such as ‘UK Best Club SoundSystem (BEDA Awards)’, ‘UK’s No1 Large Club (DJ MAG Awards)’, and ‘Club of the Year North (Mixmag)’. To top it off, a DJ MAG poll of 1,000 of the world’s best DJs ranked Digital as the 11th Best Club in the World.
The entrance fee may vary depending on the day, but it remains wallet-friendly. With easy access from the city centre, you won’t have to worry about expensive transportation after a night of revelry. Digital has been dubbed the best club in Newcastle by its patrons, and with good reason.