It’s back: Gatecrasher to re-open as new superclub Pryzm

Let the chaos commence

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Birmingham’s very own Gatecrasher is set to re-open its doors on March 1st under the new name Pryzm.

The Broad-street club lost its licence following a string of violent incidents last year, but now Brum’s most talked about club will be open to the public under a new ownership.

It will become part of the Pryzm chain, who have existing nightspots in major cities including Brighton, Bristol and Cardiff.

New owners, the Deltic Group, have plans to refurbish and promise “an amazing combination of opulence, atmosphere and excitement with world-class entertainment and premium service to provide the ultimate modern day clubbing experience.”

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They continued: “We will bring multiple rooms, all with latest in sound lighting technology, along with the ultimate in luxury VIP suites and bespoke bar experiences.

“We aim to surpass expectations on each and every visit, offering the best atmosphere in modern, exciting and safe surroundings and continue to be proactive, dynamic and professional as operators.”

More bad publicity for Gatecrasher,

Gatecrasher lost its license by a unanimous decision last November

The West Midlands Police have agreed to re-open the venue due to “the agreed common position between West Midlands Police, and the new premises licence holder, requesting the suspension is lifted and replaced with the revised operating schedule.”

Following the dramatic events of last year, lets all hope Pryzm offers the new ultimate clubbing experience without any controversy.