Jimmy Allen’s has closed down until further notice
An announcement was made on the club’s Facebook page this evening
Durham's beloved guilty pleasure nightclub, Jimmy Allen's, has announced this evening that it will not be reopening its doors until further notice.
The club has not been open to students since their return to Durham for Epiphany Term.
News of the closure came via a Facebook post on the Jimmy's Facebook page, from its resident DJ, Dave B.
The post reads: "As a lot of you will be aware Jimmy Allen's has not re opened after the xmas break and will remain closed for now, unfortunately cannot give any more information" (sic).
The club has not yet provided any details as to why it has shut down, or when we can expect it to reopen.
DJ Dave B has, however, announced that he will now be DJing in Klute three times a week, and is also available for private bookings.
Jimmy Allen's has been contacted by The Tab Durham for comment.
Title image via Facebook @JimmyAllens.
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