Manchester Gay Village nightclubs KIKI and VOID Close Down after 6 years

Two of the most iconic Gay Village’s nightclubs have closed their doors. 

Owners made the announcement that they have sold the venues to the Stonegate pub group on their social media channels. 

“This post is not an easy one to write, however it is with a heavy heart that KIKI & VOID will be closing its doors for the last time at the end of trade this Sunday. We have sold to Stonegate and wish them the best with the venue.

It has been an amazing and exciting 6 years of becoming established on this little old street we call home. We have seen many faces, held some of those most exciting events (the less said on Gemma Collins the better). We accidently split up Atomic Kitten by getting Kerry drunk. And have introduced and helped kick start so many Drag Queens on to the scene we have lost count.

This post is not an easy one to write, however it is with a heavy heart that KIKI & VOID will be closing its doors for…

Posted by KIKI Manchester on Friday, 17 January 2020

Most importantly, we couldn’t have done it without you. More than just customers – part of a safe space; where you belonged and really did show us how to party.

To our managers, staff, DJs, security, entertainment staff past and present and also our two fantastic cleaners, we thank you and will always remember the laughs. A true family – forever #TEAMKIKI

If you have any pre-existing booth bookings with KIKI Manchester please contact Jack@kikimanchester.com – this weekend.

For the last time this weekend come and have a KIKI with us. Lock the doors, tight. ❤️” 

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