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Level nightclub has a brand new look after huge refurbishment

3 weeks ago


The cost of living crisis is forcing people to rethink their trips into town – and when they go out they want a good night guaranteed.

“It is a difficult period for all of us, and when people come out now they’re expecting more,” says Phillip Gillespie, head of marketing for Level Nightclub owners, JSM.

“There’s no change in the numbers of people heading into Liverpool, but they’re wanting a bigger experience; with less money to spare they want to be sure when they do go out they’re going to have a great time.”

That’s why thousands each week are still counting on the city’s ‘biggest and best nightclub’ in Fleet Street.

“And why we’re not resting on our laurels,” adds Phillip. “We opened Level nine or 10 years ago and it’s stood the test of time, with no name change and no rebrand. That’s unusual.

“The venue is swinging now but we will never be in a state of satisfaction. We’ll keep moving floors around, adding new features and expanding to ensure it stays that way.”

Level reopened towards the end of last year after a four-month closure while it underwent a massive refurbishment.


Changes to the club, famous for its three floors and different sounds from R&B to electric, and house, and pop, included:

* The R&B floor changing from the second floor to the ground floor ‘because it’s so popular’. All the DJ booths have been ripped out and there’s a whole new VIP area to ensure a top-class time, as well as a brand-new state-of-the-art sound and lighting set-up.

* The top floor is now the ‘cheese’ floor with all your favourite pop tunes, and a ball pool’s been installed along with Instagram booths to capture the mems to share. 

“We’ve also had a bespoke LED dance floor fitted that’s fully controllable, so it can go to the rhythm of the music or you can theme it out,” explains Phillip. “You can even do writing on it.”

“This one’s reinforced. It’s the third LED floor we’ve had but because it’s so busy up there we’ve broken two, people are enjoying themselves so much!”

* On the first floor Level have installed video walls on the ceiling, so that’s all ‘singing and dancing’.

“It’s to keep it fresh, Level is a work in progress and there’s more work to be done this summer. There are things that we didn’t get a chance to do because we got so busy,” says Phil. “We’ll be adding more things, like Selfie booths. The whole place is in a state of redevelopment, and we won’t stop.


“We’ve got to keep up with the latest trends.”

With a 2,500 capacity that’s often reached, there are still key nights for Level’s clubgoers.

Wednesday night is student night, Terminal, with £2 doubles before 12.30am.

Friday night is aimed at the Liverpool ‘going out’ crowd with Trend, and Saturday is a mix of everything with the Toybox ‘immersive’ experience.

Phil adds:

“Liverpool is still very much a party destination, and we always have crowds of stags and hens, and tourists, as well as people coming from Liverpool and outside town.

“They love it because it’s not so spread out, you can walk around the corner and there’s another great venue.”

With party packages, drinks deals, and a focus on events and pleasing its audiences though, there’s only one that’s the best! “That’s where we want to stay.”

Find more information on the Level website.

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