The Night Kitchen announce new name and location
Recently closed club The Night Kitchen has released information on its new venue, Outside Over There.
After over 3 years of memorable clubnights TNK closed with the huge ‘Last Dance’ event back in June, which saw Artwork and Denis Sulta appear as secret guests. Details of the new venue have been announced on their new facebook page, which divulges little except that the new venue is situated on Stevenson Road in Attercliffe, and opens on September 29th.
The Night Kitchen posted this statement on the subject:
“It’s been little over three years since we fell through the dark and into the light of The Night Kitchen, and now just over two months since we’ve had to vacate the little surreal world we had created for ourselves and others.
Upon returning from this dream land to the normality of our bed we’ve been filled with a sense that we still have many stories to be told, songs to be heard, and adventures to be had. We set our minds to searching for a new space for our story to continue, hunting high and low across the hills of Sheffield, before one night taking an accidental tumble backwards through our open bedroom window. We had stumbled across an untouched, never-before-used location, with only a few faded goblin footprints scattered around to hint at its past life. Upon raising our magical horn to our lips in joyful abandon, we danced in a frenzy late into the night, as we had found our new home. We invite you to journey with us to: the Outside Over There…
Outside Over There is the new club space bought to you by The Night Kitchen team, launching September 29th in Sheffield. Come join us in the next stage of our adventure…”
The Outside Over There opening weekend is a double header, with Dr. Cryptic, Thorpey, Skillz and Forca and more heading up a bassline and drum’n’bass event on the Friday, while the Saturday features Sheffield’s finest house and techno DJs. Tickets are available from PFTP now.