The Lost Weekend on Huntington Street is now sadly empty and awaiting news of its fate. The nightclub has had a lot of names over the years spanning back at least as far as the 1960’s. It was once the Voodoo Lounge, the Lost Weekend and Babels depending on your generation. The club became Breeze in 2012 which opened briefly for a few months before a fight broke out at the club which caused the building to lose the license which meant it would never open as a club or bar again. The Lost Weekend on Huntington Street is now sadly empty and awaiting news of its fate. The nightclub has had a lot of names over the years spanning back at least as far as the 1960’s. It was once the Voodoo Lounge, the Lost Weekend and Babels depending on your generation. The club became Breeze in 2012 which opened briefly for a few months before a fight broke out at the club which caused the building to lose the license which meant it would never open as a club or bar again.
The Lost Weekend on Huntington Street is now sadly empty and awaiting news of its fate. The nightclub has had a lot of names over the years spanning back at least as far as the 1960’s. It was once the Voodoo Lounge, the Lost Weekend and Babels depending on your generation. The club became Breeze in 2012 which opened briefly for a few months before a fight broke out at the club which caused the building to lose the license which meant it would never open as a club or bar again. | Caroline Barry / 2023

7 iconic Nottingham nightclubs and bars we have loved and lost

Nottingham has an incredible history of pubs and clubs dotted across the city centre. Here are seven of the best we still miss and where they once stood

Whether you were a sixties Dungeon dancer checking out the latest sounds or a Media darling who liked a big club in the late 90s, our list has something for everyone. Does anyone remember the legendary Bopp at Pandora’s Box?

It’s been a difficult time for nightclubs and pubs across the UK thanks to changing nightlife, a cost of living and an energy crisis. However, the city has always had a quick turnover of food and drink spots as evident in how many we have loved and lost over the years. We chose seven of the clubs that we still miss even to this day.

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