Having a night on the tiles can be good fun but getting out of the bathroom usually ensures additional revelry. Clean up your act with today's Groupon from Tiger Tiger Croydon. Choose from the following options:• £20 for two tickets to Tiger Tributes including two course meal and wine (50% off)
• £38 for four tickets to Tiger Tributes including two course meal and wine plus VIP booth (53% off)
An imposing jungle beast of a nightclub that fuses dancing with dining, Tiger Tiger is an entertainment institution that prowls pivotal locations, luring party seekers in their thousands. In a central Croydon location, the striped mammal provides entertainment close to tram links. A pentagon of bars - including 70s and 80s themed Groovy Wonderland - and a restaurant that caters for the whole pack with an array of mouth mollifiers and an eclectic musical backdrop. With regular nights and special events, Tiger Tiger burns bright in the animal rave kingdom.
With a range of themed nights available, revellers can shake up their Friday nights, starting with a two course meal at 7.30pm. The meal is washed down with a bottle of wine per two people and followed by a show of their choice at 9pm, which lasts around an hour and a half. Burning the midnight oil, attendees continue the party until the club closes at 3am. And, for those that select the four person option, a VIP booth is available to party in style.
Though the Tiger Tributes are yet to be commented upon, Tiger Tiger earned 3/5 from fun loving ViewLondon and Qype users. While reviews have been mixed, visitors generally appreciate the mix of spaces, events and music the club offers.
There are 4 different rooms with different DJs all playing different music so there's something for everyone from the 80s and 90s themed Groovy Wonderland to the Ibiza themed White Room which plays club anthems.
– mattflexman, Qype, Jun 2011
Came to Tigar Tigar [sic] in Croydon for first time last friday & had a great time. Big place with different rooms upstairs. Nice crowd of people & good music.
– london0208, View London, Nov 2011