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The Queens Hall is a sort of cross between a pub and a club. It is open nearly every day and night of the week and is a good place to go drinking. There are three floors here with different music on each. The top floor which is like a balcony is just for space really, and a place to look for your mates when you've got yourself lost. It has got two bars, one of them just has bottles but is a good place to stand when the footys on cos it has a decent view of the large screen. The middle floor is definately the busiest because people prefer it. There is an absolutely tiny dance floor against the wall in the centre of the room with the bar also in the middle. There are "casino games" (bandits and video games) and pool tables, and also booths to sit down in. The room plays mainly chart music and, occasionally, music from the 1980s. Downstairs theres shaft which is used as a 70's night on Saturdays which plays music like the BeeGees, the Village People and Car Wash, but other things aswell. I would definately recommend you to visit it if you fancy a night out in Bradford because it is a fun place to go and is relatively cheap compared to other places in the city.
With a few people in after 11 every night, and packed on a weekend, The Queens Hall is an excellent haunt. The drinkers vary in age, though mainly late teens and early twenties, and occupation, from students to management, and you are virtually guaranteed a good night. The staff arte friendly (even the bouncers) and good at their jobs (you don't usually have to wait that long for a beer!), and as it is an It's a Scream outlet, students can use their NUS/ Yellow card to get cheap entry and drinks. Cheap, especially when compared to other nightclubs, The Queens Hall offers good value for money. Tip - turn up before 10 on a weekend for free entry (the price goes up again after 11, but is still only a few quid), and they offer a choice of prices (cheaper for upstairs and the gallery only, which is good enough, and a quid more to go downstairs). Always a fun night, with the music, as per usual "studenty" places, ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous, good tunes to dance to and sing-alongs. It is in a good location, with several pubs very close (the best of which are the very cheap Sir Titus Salt or the Red Square vodka bar), and virtually next to the Alhambra Theatre, and taxi offices and take aways (have a curry!) on its doorstep. Go, its good.
The Queens Hall can be described as a night club/pub/fun bar. It is open nearly every day and night of the week and is a good place to go drinking. It has three floors with offer a variety of music. The top (balcony floor) is just really for space and a place to look for your mates when you're lost. It has two bars, one of which just serves bottles and has good viewing for the big screen when the football is on. The middle floor would be the busiest with most people preferring it. There is a microscopic dance floor against the wall in the centre of the room with the bar being situated in the centre also. There are video games, bandits and pool tables with in the room also and booths to sit down. The room plays mainly chat music and occasional 80's tunes. If you venture downstairs you'll find shaft which is a 70's night on Saturday night and play tunes such as the village people, bee gees, and the car wash. I would recommend a visit if you go out in Bradford one night as it is a good place to go and is quite cheap compared to other places in the vicinity.