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What is Entropy?Entropy is an alternative night club based in Bath, near Bristol in the UK. Bath has many clubs, but few play the kinds of music you'll find at Entropy. Basically, Jim and Mike got fed up of having to travel to London and Bristol for a good night out all the time. We feel that Entropy fills a niche in Bath, playing a mix of Industrial, Goth, Dance, Indie and other alternative tunes giving a wide audience a chance to hear the most popular tunes from each genre. Many of our set lists are online if you want to check them out.
Where is Entropy?Entropy first ran once-monthly from October 2001, closing in November 2002 to give us a chance to have a hard think about how we could stop losing money. From May 2003 until December 2009 we ran at the Porter Butt on the London Road.
Entropy is now running monthly at the Green Park Tavern on the Lower Bristol Road in Bath. Check out the Location page for more details.
When is Entropy?The dates for the next few events are as follows:
Saturday, 6th November 2010 *ENTROPY'S NONTH BIRTHDAY*
Saturday, 4th December 2010 (to be confirmed)
What can I expect when I get there?From 9.00pm onwards the bar will be open and the DJs will be playing their hearts out. The DJs change every half hour, to try and break up the types of music giving everyone a chance to hear something they like. There will be two or three DJs playing a mix of Goth, Industrial, 80s, Electronica, Indie and modern alternative. Check out our set lists for more of an idea.
How much does Entropy cost?Entropy costs a mere £3 for the whole night.The right of admission is reserved. Members of Rock Soc or Music Soc need only pay £2, as long as they bring their membership card with them.
Is there a mailing list I can join?Yes there is. Check out our Contact page for more details.
Entropy on Facebook?We have created an Entropy page on facebook. By all means go along and click 'like' then tell all your friends!