Ashby nightclub to stage daytime event so that over-30s can go back through the decades

By Ashby Nub News Reporter

26th Apr 2024 | Local News

Manhattan's in Ashby will be holding a daytime event for the over-30s. Photos: Supplied
Manhattan's in Ashby will be holding a daytime event for the over-30s. Photos: Supplied

Manhattan's in Ashby is launching a daytime club event next week.

The event is designed to give the over-30s a chance to 'boogie in the daytime'.

It is being planned to go ahead on Saturday, May 4, from 4pm-9pm.

A similar event was held in Nottingham recently and was a big success.

Katy Ferrari, the club's general manager, said: "We've seen similar events up and down the country happening so we decided to jump on board with the craze.

"It'll be something fun for the town as we take you back through the decades.

"You'll be able to come out when it's daylight, have fun with friends and be in bed at a decent time.

"We decided it looked like a great idea when they did the first one in Nottingham.

"But we get a lot of customers saying they feel old or it's too late so we thought we'd give them an afternoon disco for their own age group - and they can be back home before 10pm if they choose to, we are open until 3am if they wish to stay.

"With 70s disco, 80s pop, 90s dance and 00s bangers, you can re-live nights out at Jimmy Dean's and The Travellers Rest in the 80s, 90s and early 00s."

Manhattan's hopes this will be the start of a string of different events and promises to make them bigger and better as they grow.

Tickets are on sale now HERE for just £3.


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