Piranhas nightclub to return
PIRANHAS: Weston revellers of a certain age will be keen to learn that a familiar name from years past will be returning to the town.
Piranhas night club was a hugely popular venue in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when hundreds packed its North Street base.
Its demise was mourned by many – but it is now ready to make a comeback.
The venue is currently run as the Green Baize Sports Club by father and son Steve and Dave Bailey, but the duo plan to revive Piranhas nights for over-25s every Saturday.
Steve, who formerly ran the successful over-25s nights at Oasis in High Street, said: “We want to create a good atmosphere for the generation that remembers Piranhas as it was in the 1980s.”
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Piranhas will launch tomorrow, and run from 8pm-2am every Saturday, with free entry until 10pm.
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