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Chester nightclub announces 'temporary closure' as company behind it enters liquidation

Daily Post 24/01/2023 Angela Ferguson & Aaran Lennox
Cruise nightclub © David Holmes Cruise nightclub

A popular Chester nightclub has announced its temporary closure, with the company citing "maintenance" reasons on their social media account. Cruise Nightclub, which is on St John Street in Chester city centre, took to Facebook to post that it was closed for "maintenance" issues on both Saturday, January 21 and again on Monday, January 23.

The club is run by a company called Odysian Ltd, whose registered office is in Preston. They are currently listed on the Companies House website as being in liquidation.

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The company's social media post regarding the closure states: "Due to ongoing maintenance issues we are still unable to open tonight 23 January. We hope to be up and running again very soon hosting the best Monday nights in Chester."

Cruise opened back in 2008. Back then, CheshireLive reported that operations manager Nick Harding and business partner Brendan McLoughlin, founders of Odysian Ltd, had spent £2.6m fitting out Chester’s biggest venue based on their conviction that Chester lacked a quality venue for the 21-45 age group, open until the early hours, reports CheshireLive.

Nick Harding told CheshireLive that the three-storey, 1,550 capacity venue, comprised six very distinct themed experiences inspired by some of the world’s greatest party destinations.

Over the years it has played host to a number of celebrities, including the Real Housewives of Cheshire stars Stacey Forsey and Seema Malhotra and former Love Island cast members Mike Thalassitis and Chris Hughes.

CheshireLive tried to contact the owners but had no response at the time of publication.

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