Vicky McClure Day Fever: We think Nottingham's PRYZM should be turned into a nightclub for the over 30s

Vicky McClure's Day Fever events have taken the nation by storm, so where better to set up a permenant residence than in her hometown of Nottingham!
With three rooms and a popular venue amongst Nottingham’s student population, it is a right of passage to visit at least once.With three rooms and a popular venue amongst Nottingham’s student population, it is a right of passage to visit at least once.
With three rooms and a popular venue amongst Nottingham’s student population, it is a right of passage to visit at least once.

It rarely happens, but I've had a brain wave. A big brain moment so monumental, I'm considering running to be the next Prime Minister.

Drumroll, please...

Let's turn the now-empty PRYZM building into a nightclub exclusively for the over 30s!

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Vicky McClure's Day Fever events, which allow people over 30 to enjoy a clubbing experience and be home in time for Match of the Day, have sent the nation into a spin.

Events for major cities like Manchester, Glasgow, Sheffield, and of course, Nottingham have been selling like hotcakes so clearly there is a demand for this sort of thing.

And where better to set up a permanent residence than Vicky's hometown?

If you want to know more about Vicky McClure and husband Jonny Owen's Day Fever events, click here.

Nottingham's sweetheart Vicky McClure and her film producer husband Jonny OwenNottingham's sweetheart Vicky McClure and her film producer husband Jonny Owen
Nottingham's sweetheart Vicky McClure and her film producer husband Jonny Owen
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I think a club aimed specifically at over 30s: that closes early, doesn't have sticky floors, and plays tunes from all genres would be a welcome addition to the city.

It would target a generation of ravers and misbehavers who presently have to wait for one-off events to come to the city (how is that fair?!)

It could close at 11pm (no noise complaints) and you could probably charge a reasonable entry fee as you're not chasing the student crowd.

It could serve Gin & Tonics, Pina Coladas, and White Russians. It could have ample seating for resting between dance routines and meaningful discussions. You can't be expected to scorch the dancefloor without breaks.

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Moreover, the PRYZM building is one of the most interesting in the city, with its iconic orb that can be seen for miles, so it would be a huge shame to see it fall into disuse.

Of course, this is all wishful thinking but what a statement for the city it would be!

And Vicky if you're reading this and you want a business partner just email [email protected] x