With live music, an authentic style American diner and a set of showgirls, what more could be asked from Great Yarmouth’s newest entertainment venue?
What was once the Mecca Bingo Hall on Regent Road is now to set to transform into Stars, the newest of the clubs in Great Yarmouth. Featuring a combination of live shows alongside club nights in order to cater to guests of all tastes, Stars is being run by father and son Ian and Adam Bromwich, both publicans, and is officially set to open on Saturday.
Stars is set to bring fifteen new part-time jobs to Yarmouth, and is part of the town’s efforts to recover its night time economy after a migration of clubbers to Norwich.The clubs in Great Yarmouth often have a long and varied history to them, and this one is no exception, beginning in 1914 as the Regent town Cinema. Soon, the club will boast a maximum capacity of 1,000 people, two bars and VIP areas, and will be open seven days a week, until 4am on Friday and Saturday nights. A set of fun events are scheduled to take place throughout the year, commencing with a family clown show on April 13th, retro band Doctor and the Medics on the 19th, and a boxing tournament on May 10th. Each week there’ll also be a Viva Floorshow with feather-wearing dancing girls, too.
Whatever your tastes and interests, look no further than Stars and its new, lively, and extravagant set of events and night time entertainment.