In the gently gentrifying west, this nightclub-cum-pool hall has a certain high-end squat/student union feel. This partly comes from the location in a big old warehouse bloc, and the entrance up several flights of stairs. There’s a rotating exhibition of cartoonish graffiti art on display, from 10 talented local artists, which adds to that vibe. But inside, Club 8 is a little more mainstream. The music tends to veer towards disco and commercial house, for a clientele that doesn’t take itself too seriously, or mind dancing on the gym equipment that typically sits on the main stage. Pool tables in the separate hall can be hired by the hour, or there are a couple of others that will take coins. A good spot for an unpretentious late drink if you should find yourself out west. Also offers a bar food menu of burgers pasta and smaller snacks.