Superclub Gatecrasher returns to its Birmingham roots with a £5 million revamp of Broad Street club The Works. See the VIP opening night photos!
State-of-the-art technology at Gatecrasher
Gatecrasher has spent £5 million transforming Birmingham nightclub The Works on Broad Street into a new luxury Gatecrasher club, set to open on 20th September 2008.
How Gatecrasher Birmingham will look
Beginning in Birmingham in 1993, Gatecrasher went on to be an international club brand. Outgrowing Bakers in Birmingham, Gatecrasher relocated to Sheffield and went on to become a global clubbing phenomenon.
Gatecrasher have enlisted the services of international designers to create the ultimate Miami style club experience, devised in Ibiza, designed in New York and built in Birmingham.
Redefining Broad Street
Simon Raine, Managing Director of the Gatecrasher group said: "Our investment in Birmingham and GB is substantial and one which reflects our confidence both in the city and the upper Broad Street area and the local economy.
Gatecrasher promises awe-inspiring design
"Birmingham has a great reputation for clubbing and entertainment, it’s a fantastic city."
Incorporating four rooms of music, the club claims to have, "the most technologically advanced light and sound systems in the world and an awe inspiring design."
The 2,400 capacity club has been stripped back to its foundation walls and completely redesigned and rebuilt into a state of the art, multi-level club unlike any other in the UK.
Gatecrasher: Open to the public on 20th September
The £5 million pound nightclub is spear-heading the redevelopment and evolution of the new upper Broad Street district of Birmingham, redefining the area into a vibrant epicentre for the high-profile party crowd.
Gatecrasher Birmingham will open to the public on 20th September 2008.
last updated: 19/09/2008 at 11:10
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