Population Palace welcomes all you to be treated like Kings and Queens at our Royal Jubilation!
Population - it's the home of Monday Madness! Tickets just £3.50 adv!
Population is whatever you want it to be! Be part of the silly nights, ridiculous fancy dress, impromptu decisions and anything goes attitude.
Population gives you a 'Request the Best!' night. Playing the hottest chart smashers to the biggest & best party anthems - chosen by you, all night long!!
We know what it's like trying to please everyone on a night out so Population only plays what you want to hear. Our new Population DJ's (ROAR's Dave 'Hitman' Hunter and Pop Tart's Mark Norman) in the Foundry will be taking your requests. As well as giving us all our favourites; Rihanna, David Guetta, DJ Fresh, Nero, Swedish House Mafia, Beyonce etc
Are you planning a Social? Or having a Birthday night out? Get in touch with us firstname.lastname@example.org, we can offer you a night created around you! Remember anything goes at Population! If you don't ask you don't get….
Pints of Coke £1.00
Feel Good & J20 £1.00
All Bottles £1.99
Carlsberg, Carling, Tetleys £1.60
Pints of Gaymers £1.90
Vodka Mixers £1.75
Double Vodka Mixers £3.00
JD, Bacardi & SoCo £1.50
Every Monday, 11pm-2.15am
Foundry & Fusion, Sheffield Students' Union
Tickets £3.50 advance from Box Office 0114 222 8777
Also available online at www.sheffieldsu.com and at the Edge HUBS (booking fees apply)
£4.50 on the door
For the facts about alcohol see www.drinkaware.co.uk.
'Staying Up? Keep it Down!' is a campaign run jointly by the University and your Students' Union, which reminds you about being a lovely Sheffield resident and not a nightmare neighbour!
Noise can annoy, particularly at night, which is why we'd like to remind you that if you're staying up late, please keep your noise down. The Sheffield community is made up of people from all walks of life but they all need their sleep - even students!
Women's Minibus: Make sure you get home safely tonight!
Running 7 nights a week during term-time taking women to their doors from outside the Students' Union building, directly to their doors (max 2 miles from the Students' Union).