Spiders Nightclub makes exciting reopening announcement – ​​and lists all the cheap drinks for sale

Spiders nightclub will reopen for the first time since December 2021.

The popular spot, on Cleveland Street, will reopen on Saturday, February 12 – in time for Valentine’s Day weekend.

Regulars who frequent the party venue have previously expressed concerns about the future of the nightclub after it was announced that doors would close ‘until further notice’ in December.

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It last opened on December 11 before closing amid concerns over the Omicron Covid variant.

Before the first Covid-19 lockdown in 2020, Spiders was the first business to close in Hull.

The club closed its doors to the public on March 4, 2020, more than two weeks before the country was plunged into lockdown. It first reopened on October 23 last year after 19 months of closure.



Spiders Nightclub, Cleveland Street, Hull

On Monday evening (January 31), the nightclub shared a message on Facebook confirming its reopening.

The message read: “For all of you who love the club and what it stands for, there is BIG news.

“Spiders will reopen on Saturday, February 12, 2022.



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“For those of you who have yet to visit the club, or know little about it, below is a breakdown of what the club offers, including a list of all drink prices. .”

The admission charge for members will be £3.50 and £4 for guests. Membership costs £1.00, which is donated entirely to local animal charities.

The club has six bars, including Granny’s Kitchen, which serves buttered and grilled crumpets.

There are 3 main areas inside the club, each playing a different genre of music.

Customers can also enjoy popsicles and snacks for 50p and a range of cocktails including Pink Pugsley, Tyzer, Black Widow, Black Russian, Tarantula, Green Gremlin, Harvey Wallbanger, Red Yeti, Brown Bomber, Willi Worm, Pangalactic Gargleblaster, Fluffy Duck, Green Monster, Sweet Death and Kangaroo.

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Jerry C. Greiner