We went to The Scene’s reopening and here’s what it’s like now

The stripper pole will forever be in our hearts

The Scene reopened it’s doors on the 18th much to the delight to the students of Lincoln and in true Tab fashion we went to see how much and what has changed since they closed their doors back in March. It seems sit in clubs and bars is the new trend of 2020 as both Home and Trebles have followed a similar method by introducing table service and more seating areas.

The new additions in place include table service through The Scene’s round app, a one-way system, and hand sanitiser readily available throughout the venue.

Tables are now numbered to allow for table service

As Beyonce once said, “to the left, to the left”

Customers must remain 1m apart to allow for social distancing

Please and thank you x

You will be asked to fill out a Track and Trace form

Pretty standard now to be honest

The stripper pole has been sacrificed all in the name of safety

I will never forget you x

Hand sanitiser is available throughout the venue

Keep em clean

Bar service is also still available with perspex screens and face masks being worn by staff

Another cocktail please x

Booths are available but no more than 6 people are allowed in 1 group


Seating is available both outside and inside

There may be some differences in the near future as we’re still in a pandemic but it’s something we’ve got to get used to. Stay safe, stay social but at a distance.

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