In a nutshell: The marmite of Durham’s clubbing scene
Opening hours: 10pm – 2am
Example prices: Entry is free before 11, £3 thereafter. A ‘quaddie’ (four vodka shots with ice and juice) costs £4.80, and is just about the only thing they serve.
Best feature: The music. There is an incredible selection of cheese to satisfy everyone’s appetite; from old-time classics like “Country Road”, to newer anthems, such as “Noma Noma Noma Yay” (real name unknown). Klute’s music appeals to the purists, providing an escape from the usual chart rubbish played in Durham’s other clubs. Beware of Shake Mondays though, cheese is off the menu.
Worst feature: The music. If like anything hip and edgy, stay away. Also always full of drunk students, so a few hours in Klute may prove tiring to the sober.
Relevant offers: None really, although entry is free on a Wednesday