Benidorm has a variety of entertainment choices - for those who like cabaret, loud and lively bars or in the Old Town a  'gay scene'.

 Cabaret Entertainment

Whether you’re looking for singers or comedians, there is always night time entertainment in Benidorm.  Here are a few suggestions from those-in-the-know:

Wheeltappers is a favorite bar; it’s free to get in, although the price of drinks may be slightly higher than at other places in town.  But Wheeltappers does offer some good acts.  The Stardust is another club to consider if you’re into soul music (the group called Timeless seems to perform almost every night around mighnight).  Just up from the Stardust is the Town, which features tributes to Elvis, Shawaddy Waddy and the Beatles – all very good.

Other nightclubs to consider include Sinatras, Chaplins, Jokers and Café Benidorm, which feature such artists as Shaun Conley, Words and Music, Peatloaf, Billy Daydream and Martin Kent.

Lively Bars and Clubs

Calle Gerona is the palce to hang out if you want loud music and busy bars. Along this road, Red Lion, Rocky's Bar, Broadway and Tiki City are popular places with Stag and Hen groups. The Square - just off Calle Gerona has several bar/clubs opened until 8am. Cafe Benidorm has an older clientele while the other bars in The Square attract younger people.

Newer Better Bars 

 2012:- Opposite the Flamingo and Levante club Hotels are new bars which are by far much better than the old favorites listed before, The Tropical Bar, The Rock & Roll House and Rachel's Bar have great outdoor area for when its hot and for smokers to enjoy without feeling left out. They have great tribute bands and Acts like Lady Ga Ga, Elvis, The Blues Brothers, Shaun Connely, Moff, Bee Gees the list goes on, and the price of their drinks is great with waiter/ress service. They are all fresher and bright, and you have to see the Rock and Roll house just for its memorabilia thats hangs from the walls of all the great rock and roll legends 

Note:  The original information for this thread came from the   following forum thread: