Revamp for nightclub
MORE than 50 jobs are set to be created as an Ipswich night spot re-opens following a £2million refurbishment. Liquid Envy is the new name for the Liquid nightclub in Cardinal Park, and reflects a move towards providing two distinct areas catering for different age groups at the venue.
MORE than 50 jobs are set to be created as an Ipswich night spot re-opens following a £2million refurbishment.
Liquid Envy is the new name for the Liquid nightclub in Cardinal Park, and reflects a move towards providing two distinct areas catering for different age groups at the venue.
While at the weekends Liquid will be open to nightclubbers aged 18 years plus, Envy will be strictly for 25 years and over, and is aimed at the more mature clubber.
Over 25s will be able to walk freely from one part to another when the new-look night spot opens on Friday, August 25.
“Envy has been designed to attract an older clientele that may prefer to relax and chat with friends and mix with a more mature crowd in a sophisticated environment. However, they will also be able to flow freely between the two venues throughout the evening,” said the nightclub's general manager Daniel Guerche.
“I have been in Ipswich as a nightclub manager for two years and know the local people and what they want from a night out.
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“With such a grand investment into the old Liquid, we are now going to be able to give our customers an even bigger and better night out. Envy will become such a desirable location and will hopefully encourage the older market of customers to come out and be able to enjoy a relaxed and fun atmosphere.”
Both venues will combine hi-tech sound and lighting technology, but will Liquid will be predominantly white to allow powerful projections and interchangeable lighting to create upbeat mood changes, Envy will have a more subtle colour scheme with low lighting to create an intimate venue where classic anthems and party tunes will be played.
Meanwhile in Liquid, the music will include upbeat, funky house and commercial dance tunes, synchronised with the room's 3600 projection and video surround, which is capable of displaying 'total immersion' music videos and visual effects.
The new-look night club is now recruiting staff at all levels from glass collectors to managerial roles. For more information, go to www.liquidclubs.com.