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For a wild night of dancing and having a few drinks while you’re at it, Oceana Nightclub is the place for you. With a vibrant theme throughout and an electric atmosphere you will be sure to enjoy yourself.

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By Nisha S.

You want an unsophisticated night, with ridiculous 'chavs' throwing drinks at you, slutty girls hitting on guys and then slapping them for being too touchy, men who have no future in life picking a fight with you, racist bartenders who don't respect you unless you speak in the crazy dialect only their run down buddies can understand, and general staff who don't give a rat's ass to us customers because of whom the club runs to begin with, I recommend this place 100% :) Oh and go on a student night for a satisfactory experience!


By Carter C.

The place was excellent when it first opened and has lost it shine now and turned into a troublesome place when has improved over time. The music is sometimes too loud and even ocean Wolverhampton seems to have a better sound system. The prices of certain drinks has shot which is then an expensive night out. Dance floor is always packed on a Saturdays night and not somewhere to take you girlfriend when its like this. 60s room is aways packed most of the time and is somewhere to go to chill out after being in the room. All in all a good night out if you go early and then leave before it gets packed out. peter


By Jamal C.

Anyone who praises this place has clearly had his or her brain washed. its a chain club, every room the same as it is in some othe city in some other a country. a symbol of the lack of creativity that is suffocating society. find somewhere else to go, and live a little


By Kevin R.

cant get enough of this place! get your drinks in early then head down to the disco room and boogey on down to some high quality cheese!


By Martin L.

A good night out with lots of variety awaits you at one of Birmingham’s best nightspots.

The Venue
Oceana is located on the corner of Hurst Street, just on the fringe of Chinatown. From the outside, it doesn’t look like much, but on entering you realise the size of the venue. As you enter, the first bar on your left is an area to get the night going and it’s normally a good place to meet friends. Altogether Oceana boasts seven themed rooms, such as the Aspen Ski Lodge complete with wood furniture, the New York Disco with a funky backlit dance floor and the Parisian Boudoir with velvet curtains and intimate booths. Each of the themed rooms has its own bar making getting a drink an extremely easy prospect.

The People
Oceana isn’t the most up market club, but it still feels extremely clean, fresh and the VIP rooms give it a sense of exclusivity. The bar staff and bouncers work with efficiency and professionalism. Since each room has a different style, the vibe can change as you walk around; the Disco room is a bit cheesy and unpretentious, while the RnB of the Ice Room gives more attitude and serious grinding. During the week most nights are aimed at students with cheap drinks and chart music the norm. At weekends things get slightly more serious, with Saturdays being funky house and RnB in the main room; this is advertised for over 21’s only.

The Drink
Lots of offers pop up during the week, such as student nights where all drinks are under a pound between 10pm-11pm, selected drinks are £1.20 on Tuesdays and £1.50 on Wednesdays. They get more expensive on the weekend but there are still some good offers on, which change week in, week out.

The Last Word
With the opening of Gatecrasher many will forget about Oceana, but it’s still a reliable night out that delivers entertainment and value. Mainstream clubs can’t really do much more than that.