IN PICTURES: Suburbia nightclub launches with hot VIP party

Swanky new over-25s nightclub in Manchester…

Hale’s celeb haunt Surburbia showcased its first city centre nightclub last night with a VIP launch…

The basement club, on Ridgefield, opposite Grill On The Alley (formerly home to Avici White), welcomed a who’s who of north west celebrities from soap and sport as its owners – husband and wife team Tom and Sarha Thornton-Brookes – celebrate the start of their national expansion plans.

‘As many as 350 VIPs
made an appearance
at the launch party
last night…’

Dispite summer holidays, as many as 350 VIPs made an appearance at the launch party last night, moving and shaking to the dance tunes elaborated by vocalists and percussion.

“Manchester has been crying out for a Suburbia,” says owner, Tom. “There’s lots of great bars but not too many can i buy valtrex at cvs places to finish your night.”

Tables at the club are already fully booked for Surburbia’s official opening night on Saturday night (June 27).

The swanky over-25s nightclub has a sharp and smart dress code and is licensed until 4am. It will be open every Thursday from 9pm until 2am, and then on Friday and Saturday from 10pm until 4am. It is also available for private hire from Sunday to Wednesday.

The space, which has been totally transformed inside and out, boasts five private booths, including a VIP table that seats up to 30 people and has a minimum spend of £1,500.

Booths seat from six people upwards, and minimum spends start at £500. Entry will be free until 11pm, then £10 after.


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