Final preparations are being made for the grand reopening of one of Halifax’s most iconic nightlife spots.
The former Maine Street and Liquid club on Commercial Street, which recently closed its doors for a half a million pound revamp, will return next weekend as ATIK and will feature four distinct rooms.
Peter Marks, chief executive of leisure group Deltic, which owns the club, said: “The only way a town will get busy is investment.
“What we hope is that other people will come along and spend money and make Halifax a stronger offer to keep people coming back into the town centre.”
General manager Adrian Broadhead said: “We’re really looking forward to transforming the place and reopening as ATIK to deliver a fantastic venue.
“We’ve had a number of celebrities through the doors over the years – from Olly Murs to Karen Harding – so it made sense to re-open with a strong line up with Alex Bowen and a DJ set from Mark Wright. We’re going to put on a party to remember.”
Mr Marks has two clubs opening on the same evening but has opted to come to Halifax. ATIK will open Friday October 28.