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Escape is generally the last stop on a night out, the queues are never too big (even on a Sat night) cheap entry (£5) and drinks are pretty cheap. The bar staff are friendly. It's pretty small and cramped but the music is cheesy pop...More
Nothing special but if you're after a quiet drink early evening this could be a contender.
The décor is minimalist but clay with vintage films on the TV. The drinks list is slim but the atmosphere is pleasant
We went into this bar/club as a straight couple and found this a fantastic fun night!! The other bars around have a lot to learn. Thank you to you all we had a night to remember. They are the friendliest and cheapest bar in the...More
We had a great time on a Saturday night at the venue. We stumbled across it by accident to be honest but really enjoyed it. The patrons were all very friendly and we danced our socks off to the eclectic music they played.
Really good night had. friendly efficient staff. Was Karaoke on our visit. a few Trannies in, but no problems. drinks not too expensive. Toilets have hair grl. spray. aftershave etc. nice lady looks after the cleanliness. all in all a good night. good company and...More
Went to a bar on old compton and was advised to go to Escape. The bouncers made fun of us and called us a profane word for gays. .My partner was not happy with it but as I was talking him away the 2 bouncers...More
Took my shoes off to dance and was dragged out the arm by a bouncer who gave me a lot of aggro. Very unimpressed and went home straight after. Terrible night and would definitely not go back!
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