December 01, 2004

Cambridge In Having Night-life Shocker

Varsity Online reports on interesting developments in Cambridge's night-life

"Over the course of the coming year, all existing licences regarding the sale of alcohol and public entertainments are being replaced by a new licensing system that allows for the possibility of staying open until 5am, as clubs and bars on the continent do. B Bar, Vaults, Bar Ha Ha and Number 1 King%u2019s Parade are all applying for extended licenses."

Coco's club seems set to close and be reborn (again) as "The Soul Tree", which at least sounds promising, and Po Na Na is due for an extension. It doesn't say whether thats an extension of physical space, or an extension of its opening hours - both would be useful...

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Cool. Does that mean we can go dancing? This dancing lark never seems to happen for me.

Posted by: Leila at December 5, 2004 10:52 AM

I'm all for more dancing especially the smaller places - really miss Sophbeck Sessions and Mimosa. The Dev. on Tuesdays used to be great and Barefoot at The Junction.
Good news if the closing times are staggered - Regent Street is dire at closing time.

Posted by: Geoff at December 10, 2004 08:13 PM

I never made it to the Sophbeck or Mimosa, although part of the reason for that is I never quite worked out where the Sophbeck was...

I'm all for dancing too, if anyone wants to arrange a night out...

Posted by: Adrian at December 14, 2004 10:58 AM
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