Sharlene, its not entirely a bad review.. but I personally will not be going there again for a long time. You know how it is with new places, they get really packed in the initial phase of their openings. That's how St James is now. I went on Friday and every single club there(the powerstation is actually made up of 6 different clubs, each with their own entrance) was packed to the brim. I was wondering what would happen if a fire broke out, there'll definitely be a stampede. But a few things good about the powerstation are that every club actually has a live band and you only need to pay one entry fee in order to go into all of the clubs but it does involve a fair bit of walking because St James Powerhouse is at the back of the building. I basically spent about 10 to 15 minutes exploring each club, then my friend and I went to one of the restaurants to eat roti prata (the restaurant is also at St James, its called Charcoal).