Lynn’s Heights nightclub is due to reopen in style after four weeks of closure with a spectacular launch party tomorrow night.
The club, which has changed ownership, has undergone refubrishment and its relaunch has created more jobs.
It has been bought by Andy Mills-Brown and business partner Debbie King, who already operate three other nightclubs across the UK as well as owning the Fantasy Island theme park in Skegness.
Said Andy: “There will certainly be more employment as we will be increasing our trading hours. Instead of two nights a week, we shall be open for three,
“One of these will be a gay night, as there is nothing similar at the moment locally, so it’s good for the community.”
General manager Alex Hodgkinson, confirmed that Wednesdays would be gay nights.
Of the launch tomorrow, she said: “It’s going to be a fantastic party night. We are giving away free bottles of bubbly to the first 100 people through the door.
“We have both male and female models coming along and it’s an Official Clubs Night event which are always good.”
A free bottle of bubbly is also being given on the night to every group of five people who are on the guest list, which can be found on Heights’ Facebook page.
Recruitment is still taking place and there are four more vacancies to be filled for cloakroom, floor and bar staff.
Throughout the summer special theme nights are planned.