PRYZM is a futuristic and innovative nightclub concept oozing with 21st century technology.
As a venue; PRYZM can cater for any occasion you choose to celebrate from the heart of a packed main room dancefloor to the intimate VIP booth experience celebrating a birthday, hen, stag or any other party you want to celebrate!
PRYZM is a feeling, a new stage of existence, a part of your lifestyle with a capacity of 2346 with 3 different rooms of music to suit everyone’s taste. Throughout the student year Pryzm trades as a nightclub Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10:30pm – 3:30am.
Monday nights are offer £1 entry before midnight. Each week there is a different theme to make it fun and enjoyable for all student’s this could be from a huge pillow fight to the cheeky girls performing on the main stage & the fresher’s line up is one you don’t want to miss, last year Tinchy Stryder, Fatman Scoop, UV NEON RAVE, Swarmz, Big Fresher’s Ice breaker & many more took the stage!!
Pryzm isn’t just a nightclub, it’s also a venue open to the public to hold event’s, They have previously held Prom fairs, Boxing events, Miss England UK & they have many dates available this year to hold more events.
A bonus for a student living at Plymouth Cross House is the free shuttle bus from Derry’s Cross roundabout is seconds away from the accommodation. The transfer runs Every Wednesday Friday and Saturday directly to nightclub entrance. That’s what I call service and convenience in one!!
Even if you fancied a few pre Pryzm drinks in town the Bus runs until the early hours meaning it would be difficult to miss the stop, and with a variety of times and a regular trip on offer it’s not going to happen.
Finally, Pryzm is a well-known nightclub across many big cities in the UK and Plymouths very own Pryzm doesn’t disappoint. Keep this club in mind as you won’t be disappointed, as for the dancefloor if you are a bit shy to bust some moves, Pryzm is the place to take away all nerves with a wide variety of music to tempt you to be centre stage.
This article was written by Ryan McShane – Property Manager at Plymouth Cross House.