A star studded cast including Pat Sharp and Marvin Humes joined hundreds of clubbers to get the party started over the bank holiday weekend as Leeds’ multi-million pound club went Vinyl following a £500,000 investment from operators The Deltic Group.
The Woodhouse Lane club revealed its new, retro themed Vinyl room featuring glitter balls and an illuminated dancefloor on Friday 25 May with Love Island’s Chris Hughes and music producer James Hype joining 80’s throwback TV presenter Pat Sharp and DJ Marvin Humes over the weekend.
The venue, which has created an additional 20 jobs with the investment, also launched a new Polynesian inspired Lua Lalai Tiki cocktail bar. Main room PRYZM has an upgraded light and sound system and the venue boasts an extra eight VIP booths in Vinyl, with a further six VIP booths in Lua Lalai, which can be booked in advance.
General Manager Gavin McQueen said: “Leeds, you were ready to party like it was 1999, you did us proud! We’ve had an amazing opening weekend for Vinyl. Both the new room and our new Tiki bar, look fantastic and feedback has been really positive. Our guests over the weekend were real crowd pleasers and helped us launched the new look venue in style.
“We really hope our relaunch means people can come and have a memorable big night out experience whatever their music tastes. We’re all about bringing great nights, featuring celebrity guests and the latest international DJs, to the people of Leeds and beyond,” added Gavin.
To find out more about PRYZM Leeds follow the venue on Facebook at facebook.com/PRYZMLEEDS, Twitter @PryzmLeeds or Instagram @pryzmleeds.
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