Stag Retro Night in Newcastle
Groovy Baby, disco dancing to sounds of the 70's in Newcastle city centre.
Retro Night in Newcastle
Pure disco sounds of the 70's will ensure you boys have a groovy night on your Newcastle stag do. Feel that vibe boys and if that means you have to go with the afro, flares and impossible platforms so be it!
- Reserved Group Entry
- Queue jump before 11pm
- Classic 80's, 90's and 00's floor filling music
- Open until 3 or 4 am
6 Minimum Guests
Guest list queue jump entry before 11pm,for your Newcastle Retro Night.
Dance to the sounds of the seventies, walk the walk and talk the talk!!!
Situated in the heart of Newcastle's party scene, at the bottom of the world-famous Bigg Market and in the middle of Newcastle's exclusive Diamond strip. This is the number one stag and hen party destination in the North East, attracting hundreds every weekend. They play the best three decades of music (70s-90s) from DJ entertainers every night, one of them being a famous band member from the 70s,
Disco divas can catch a little Saturday Night Fever every night of the week, where the groooove is baby! With colonel Cool and the Gang in charge of the decks it's all about the music and we guarantee you'll get nothing but the hits.
Fancy dress is welcome. Dress code: No trainers/ No Tracksuits/ No Hats
Please carry ID especially if you look under 25.
Is suitable for disabled people.
You need to arrive before 11pm for your queue jump entry.
Newcastle City Centre.
No Car parking.
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
Clear, Simple Pricing
Book online for £35
Friends Pay us Direct
Pay By Instalments
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98% Recommend Us
Liverpool stag - Popworld Party Pack
We had found our own activities to do in Liverpool, and so had to re-organise the itinerary with Freedom.
They were very helpful, and suggested some options for a night out.
Provided us with a great party package at Popworld... a 80's/90's club.. which appears small from the outside, but is large inside, with 2 poles, a podium and a big VIP area that we had reserved.
We arrived 30mins late, but had no problem getting in. We were lead to our VIP area, which had lots of cocktails and party bits (visors, garlands, neon bracelets, etc) waiting for us.
Ideal place for groups, and very good value.
Thanks to the Freedom team for persisting with me!
By Jon Rudling
Stag do reading
We organised a Stag do in reading for 9 people. Before we went all of the there was a good level of communication between Freedom and the events supplier. In reading we choose to complete the off rood driving experience which consisted of Max Kats, Segway and dirk buggies. The experience lasted 3 hours and the max kats were really run. I was a little bit disappointed with the segway as we did not take them very far and only raced around some cones. the Track for the mud buggies could have also been improved as it was only one big circle.
We then moved on to the GPS pub craw. there were lots of questions on the phone as you reached different places and there were not a shortage of pubs to stop at as we came across them but on the pub crawl there was only 3 pubs. which is a little short for a Stag do.
Lastly the club entry is very early 9.45 so we did not bother with that and instead haggled a reasonable price for the club much later.
It was a good stag do, thank you for organising all of the different pieces
By Alex Green
Used Freedom Ltd to plan a stag do and I was really impressed with the service and helpfulness of the staff. When we had a problem with one supplier raising their price Freedom's team couldn't convince them to honour the original price so they sorted us out with free entry to a few clubs instead.
The only minor issue was that neither club had a record of the booking but they both honoured the free entry so can't complain. Using Freedom made it easier to get everyone in order and paid up.
By Benjamin Dee-Shapland