A Tamworth club is on the hunt for a bride and groom who tied the knot in September 2017 and continued their nuptial celebrations at Kuda dressed in full wedding attire.
The Spinning School Lane club is set to close its doors on Saturday 10 March before it undergoes a £500,000 transformation (although sister venue, Vinyl will remain open) and the team hope the mystery couple will take to the floor for the first and last dance.
Manager Stacey Penney said: “We remember the couple with such fondness and they really encapsulate what Kuda is all about – fun, happy and memorable times.
“We would like to invite the couple back to help us celebrate the closing of Kuda and also launch our new venture, ATIK, with an exclusive VIP package, including champagne. If you’re that couple or know of them, please get in touch!”
To celebrate its last dance, Kuda, which opened in 2013 and has welcomed over half a million customers through its doors, will host a party to remember, playing classic tracks from the past five years and beyond.
The club will open as ATIK on Friday 23 March and offer an ultimate party experience, playing the biggest floor fillers, with a regular line-up of guest DJs.
For retro fans, Vinyl, which will operate as usual during the investment, will keep the much-loved illuminated dance floor, glitter balls and will continue to play guilty pleasures and pop classics. Groups and parties will be catered for with 13 pre-bookable VIP booths with table service from a team of hosts throughout the night.
The Deltic Group is the UK’s largest operator for late night bars and clubs with 56 venues and employs 3,000 people.
Should you have information about the happy couple please contact Kuda Club on 01827 58772.
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