Set in a gorgeous Georgian building, Lulu is decorated in a modern opulent and luxurious, but comfortable style. The decor is fairly eclectic. The Swarovski Crystals embedded in the walls and stylish lighting throughout give the club a glitzy atmosphere, while the sound-responsive lights gracing the dancefloor and mirror tiled columns are more playfully reminiscent of Saturday Night Fever. There are a number of comfortable seating areas. In one area plush circular red chairs and white tables evoke the pop art movement, while in another the comfortable leather benches with red silk cushions are a nod to the more traditional building in which the club is housed.
Lulu — Photo courtesy of Lulu
Lulu boasts an impressive drinks and cocktails menu, but also offers a number of table packages which allow a group to book a table, jump the queue and receive a selection of champagne, spirits and mixers on arrival. You can also make up your own bespoke package if you have a favourite brand of champagne or spirit which is not already catered for, or if you want to increase the size of your party.
The club is open seven nights a week, but each night features a different club experience. On Mondays the club is transformed into a “mysterious and decadent dreamland” for the club “B.E.D” while “Dirty Sexy” on Tuesdays promises sophistication and indulgence. On Wednesday Lulu hosts Ibiza inspired “Libido”, and Thursdays the more burlesque soiree that is “Madame Belle”. Friday's club, “The Devil’s Cut” features Soul, Boogie and Retro Disco combined with wicked cocktails, chocolate dipped fruits and canapés. On Saturday the eponymous “Lulu” features Gareth Somerville, Danny T and Jon Hutchison playing club and chart hits while on Sunday at “Tipsy” Nick G and DJ Prospect play R&B, urban and hip hop.