Halloween has claimed its place as the number one night out in Birmingham as the city’s largest club saw record numbers of customers through its doors.
London, 15th November 2017: The latest Deltic Night Index has revealed that more Brits are going on a night out1 each week and spending more when compared to the same period in 2016.
The Deltic Group, the UK’s largest operator of premium late night bars and clubs, today provides an update on trading from the commencement of the majority of Freshers weeks on 17 September 2017 to Halloween on 31 October 2017, reflecting the fundamental strength of the business and providing a strong platform for further growth.
72.8% of those who have worked in the leisure industry acquired more skills than they were expecting and 60.7% recommend working in the industry
Aberdeen club The Institute has announced a heady line-up of celebrity guests to welcome students to the city during Freshers’ Week celebrations.
Resilient performance provides strong platform for growth
24 August 2017 – The Deltic Group, the UK’s largest operator of premium late night bars and clubs, sets out its results for the year to 25 February 2017, reflecting the fundamental strength of the business and providing a strong platform for growth.
A popular Wrexham venue is to undergo a £600,000 transformation that will bring a new clubbing experience to the town and create 35 new jobs.
A new £1 million club is coming to Hull this September, creating 45 additional jobs and bringing a unique brand of world class entertainment and the ultimate clubbing experience to the city.
Research from the latest Deltic Night Index, a quarterly report into the UK’s late night economy, reveals that 18-21 year olds spend the most on getting ready for a night out, with an average spend of £19.28, followed by 26-30 year olds who spend an average of £18.29 and then 22-25 year olds at £17.41. Those aged 56 and above spend least, with an average spend of £4.70.
The Deltic Group, the UK’s largest operator of premium late night bars and clubs, is taking part in a pilot project which ensures that artists receive their fair share of royalties for the music they create.