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  • Club boulevard has changed a whole lot over the years it now has the best djs and better pa's. Thursday, Friday and saturdays are the best days. It changed management and the bouncers are more polite, though do seem to let the odd underage kid in but hey you get that everyhwere these days, we've all been there.
  • Club boulevard has changed a whole lot over the years it now has the best djs and better pa's. Thursday, Friday and saturdays are the best days. It changed management and the bouncers are more polite, though do seem to let the odd underage kid in but hey you get that everyhwere these days, we've all been there.
  • Well, theres always Priory, thats decent. Theres always Townhouse, i love that place, mind you, there are some pretty strange ppl in there. At least everytime i go in there, i have a story to tell when i get home...
  • Ealing has fallen down hill over the past few years, but last year i went to an event by DaskSide Promotions was a breath of fresh air, nice prices free for girls, great people and DJ's that knew what they where doing, even the Drum n Bass played had me jammming though it was more oldskool Garage, rnb hip-hop, DarkSide where are you!!!!
  • Boulevard
  • Boulevard- rather to go there on a certain night. Never been to the priory but keep a look out for discounts
  • club boulevard is brilliant - loads of sexy guys, i've been there on both fridays and saturdays and i love it - and whoever wrote some of those nasty comments about the place shouldnt be allowed in there - what a bunch of jerks!!! club boulevard is GREAT
  • None here for under 18s here in Ealing, all the boys wanna go to LA Confidential is ya know what I mean though!
  • If you enjoy R n B, the Rainforest Cafe in Leicester Sq is fantastic for a grind. One of the hottest clubs for the weekend!
  • Do not, i repeat even consider the Broadway Boulevard. In the past two years there has been a shooting there, and a stabbing. This ain't suprising when you look at the people queueing to get in. Don't be around this area on Fri or Sat 12-3 unless you're looking for trouble...
  • eeeeer the red back in acton is cool live music loud and inya face
  • Pubs in Ealing? Pretty good. The Town House, O'Neills, Ha!Ha! (formerly Yates's) and Edwards are decent bars to name a few. As for the clubs? Forget it because they are crap! Club Boulevard is overpriced, the bouncers are a joke, need I say more? The Priory is okay but not all that. Ealing's a good place to have a few pre-nightclub drinks but you're much better off heading to Ealing Broadway station and going to a central London nightclub!
  • Do not whatever you do go to Broadway Boulevard on a thursday night as its full of men, plays naff music, five quid a pint and is just a general pile of dog poo. In fact dont go there any night! Going out in Ealing is basically a no go unless you want to pull some haggard miserable old trout or like picking up soap. Beware the tube! It's full of em!
  • Checked out the priory and found it very dissapointing. Too many "wide Boys" posing and trying to look hard, and not enough women.
  • Broadway Boulevard is hell on earth. Its overpriced, without a single seat. It's full of people who think they live in south central l.a., when in fact, their parents run a small internet company, and they drive a knackered bmw. Full of people who dance with lots of jewellery and a big scowl. "You're just a hater!" (cuz i pointed out how dumb you are? ok, then. i is a hater)
  • THE PRIORY , is a wicked place to go, downstairs is good vibes, nice friendly people especailly blokes, but there is a lovely bouncer there cor!!!!nice,
  • Boulevard, top nosh , really....."really".......very young patrons if yer no wat i mean, "if you know wat i mean", I ain't sayin there's probably just a typo on there passport!
  • Ealing boulevard,well what can i say,the first time i went with me mates it was soo shit,but the second time was quality!!the music is really good and the atmosphere is excellent,especially if u have got the guts to go up on the podium!!Its what u make it!!Il fill you in bout the priory soon,aint tried it yet!!
  • don't even bother with Ealings clubs!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • The Priory is quite a nice place. Nice decor, pricey drinks, pricey entrance, but one of the few place you can drink in until the wee hours of the morning all week round. PS. It took me a couple of visits before I realised it had a downstairs too!
  • boulevard in Ealing isnt that bad....
  • THE PRIORY on The Mall opened last year and is excellent...
  • TheBoulevard is absolutely crap - probably one of the worst clubs i've ever had the misfortune to go. Young looking crowd, lots of lager louts, overpriced, crap bouncers, i could go on but i think i've made my point. once was enough for me. There's a new club (can't remember the name) in West Ealing near the record shop opposite Blockbusters but i think it's quite underground and I haven't been so i can't guarantee it's any good:) Overall, get on the tude and to Central London. Or go to the Red Back in acton which is not really a club but has a late license, excellent live music, a crazy crowd and lots of dancing and moshing. highly recommended.
  • Ha Bloody Ha, comedy club in the old Ealing studios-Fridays and Saturdays. Brilliant!
  • The Boulevard. The less said the better.
  • All clubs in Ealing have gone down hill and are full of school children with spots or people who have not grown out of the eighties ie white stilletoes & cringy chat up lines.
  • dangerous unsafe boozy unsatisfying for people who are not sophisticated
  • There's Broadway Boulevard which is where Capital Radio DJ's do a guest night at least once a week and then there was the Top Hat Club in Northfields Ave which is rather crap and has in the past had a reputation as a bored housewifes handbag and white stillettos kind of joint rather than the hip and trendy crowd that normally hang out at the Boulevard.
    The Top Hat Club no longer exists, it is now The Ealing Christian Centre!
  • If you live locally and fancy getting pissed and having a bit of a dance, then make your way to Broadway Boulevard. However, if you're a serious groover then you're better off trekkin uptown.

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