A GROUP of Americans visiting London for the first time believe nightclubs in central London will be hip and fun.
The tourists are preparing for a night out in a venue called Frenzee, which is located in a side street near Leicester Square and never frequented by anyone who lives within a 100 mile radius of it.
Sophie Rodriguez, from Iowa, said: “We’ve never been to London before, but we’re sure that all the coolest nightlife will be smack bang in the most well-known area of the city.
“We’re expecting a stylish venue full of people who look like models dancing to brand new sounds. We know grime comes from London, so we’re sure to see MCs spitting bars someplace around the M&M store in Piccadilly Circus.
“What we don’t want is a tacky club with terrible decor, expensive drinks and a clientele made up of other tourists and drunk bachelorette parties from northern England. But they wouldn’t come to the urban centre of the city, they’ll go somewhere out of the way like Dalston.
“What else are we going to do while we’re here? Probably visit Madame Tussauds. That’s a cutting edge and hugely impressive tourist attraction, right?”