Vaughan Moore and Mason Moore | 4 September 2020
The future use of a former Hinckley nightclub has been revealed.
Back on New Year’s Eve on 31 December 2018, it was announced to clubbers that the Regent Street-based nightclub, Quartz, would permanently close their doors.
In a statement issued on their official Facebook page, a spokesperson said: “Due to personal circumstances, the night tonight will no longer be running. Thank you everyone for your support and participation.
“All booth orders will be refunded, we’re sorry for all our customers hope you all have a happy new year.”
The new use will see the club converted into three different retail units, which will provide more space for buisnesses to set up shop in Regent Street.
Since its closure, the venue has remained vacant and boarded-up. The former Gravity sports bar next door is currently under new ownership and undergoing a refurbishment to become Revival.
Revival bosses have stated that they plan to open in ‘late September’ at the latest.
Station Road-based Chartered surveyors, Wards, are the team responsible for helping these plans for the former nightclub go ahead.
If you are interested in the space, you can contact Wards letting agents at www.wardsonline.co.uk or call them on 01455 251771.
Stick with Hinckley Free Press as we will keep you updated as the story continues to develop further.