Snobs nightclub will be relocating after one final party on Sunday 21st September.
The iconic Birmingham nightclub will be relocating after 41 years from Paradise Circus into a new venue (former Vudu Club) on the corner of Smallbrook Queensway and Hurst Street after one final party on Sunday 21st September.
A spokesperson for Snobs Nightclub, said: “With the building that has been our home for 41 years becoming a hotel we explored all possible avenues to stay, including the idea of soundproofing. In the end we have decided that a relocation is the best possible way to secure the future of Snobs. We have worked closely with the developers to try and find a way around this, but when it became apparent that this would not be possible they were also brilliant in helping us to find a new home and we would like to thank them for their assistance. The new venue will open from Wednesday 24th September.”
Photographer and man about town Jack Spicer Adams was given access to the venue last week: “I went to say goodbye to Snobs before it moves to it’s new home, for a lot people in Birmingham this is the end of an era, Snobs has been a constant in this city for more than 40 years and you’d be hard pushed to find someone who has never stepped foot on it’s dance floor. It was the first nightclub I ever went to and even though the place was empty apart from the cleaners, walking down those stairs and past those faces on a bought back memories. So raise your £1 shot of apple sourz to Snobs and let’s hope the move goes well.”
(Images: Jack Spicer Adams More here http://jackspiceradams.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/goodbye-snobs.html)