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JohnStead
How yous doing?

Am coming over with two mates for the last weekend in October for the NFL.

Staying in the Travelodge in Covent Garden. Anyways, both of them are 18, I'm 17, 18 a week laterSad

Just wondering what clubs there are in London which are lenient?( i.e. Someone elses ID or none needed)

I know it's a bit of an inappropriate question but I'm not spending the night in my hotel room why they enjoy theres.

Thanks.
Posted: 2008-10-08 23:44:21
The-PinCushion-Queen
ooo thats a hard one lol

i only know the places where i live, wish i knew more! lol i don't really go to night clubs in london but some of the places in camden dont seem too fussed.
Posted: 2008-10-09 22:51:44
krunchie frog
If you are male, with other young males going to a club in the centre of London, you will most likely need ID to get in anywhere. Bouncers are strict with groups of young men particularly.

Sorry about that. Is a shame it's only a week in it for you.
Posted: 2008-10-09 23:37:42
JohnStead
Ah well I definitely look older than 18 though...

Hmmm, maybe say I only have my passport and have to keep it in my safety deposit box in the hotel because I can't lose it.

Might work:D

Any more suggestions?

Thanks. John.
Posted: 2008-10-09 23:49:06
krunchie frog
Lol I'm in my twenties and get asked for I.D. Doesn't matter if you look older, bouncers have seen it all before, they will know an estimate age and just to be sure they will most likely ask for I.D. You can try the passport in the hotel thing, but just don't be disappointed if it doesn't work!!

As a back up you could go somewhere like TGI where it's part restaurant, then your mates can get the drinks from the bar. Though is pricey. however I guess any alcohol in Covent Garden will be pricey!!

The best you can do is just keep trying one club/pub/bar after another until you succeed. Roadhouse might be worth trying if workmates are anything to go by, but don't know about how tight on ID they are. Maybe if you don't medd about in the queue, i.e. act how you reckon a 'mature' 40 year old would act and maybe with your looks, it couldn't hurt (not suggesting you'll be playfighting or something, but body language can go a long way!).

Good luck!!
Posted: 2008-10-09 23:58:36
JohnStead
Right, I have it sorted for a ID.

Where's a place around central London for young people?(18-20)

Thanks :)
Posted: 2008-10-12 15:53:25
Elliex
in Covent Garden there is acctually a place called the gardening club its for students you may like it there?
Posted: 2008-10-13 18:00:39
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