Snobs nightclub on the move

Snobs nightclub - thought to be the oldest nightclub in Birmingham - has announced it is on the move due to the development of its current building.

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Snobs owners say 'all possible avenues' were examined

The owners of Snobs nightclub in Birmingham have revealed they explored "all possible avenues" to stay in their current spot before deciding to move.

In a statement on the club's Facebook page, they said:

With the building that has been our home for 41 years becoming a hotel we explored all possible avenues to stay, including the idea of soundproofing!

In the end we have decided that a relocation is the best possible way to secure the future of Snobs.

We have worked closely with the developers to try and find a way around this, but when it became apparent that this would not be possible they were also brilliant in helping us to find a new home and we would like to thank them for their assistance.

The doors of its current home in Suffolk Street Queensway will close in April and the club will re-open in the former Vudu club, on the corner of Smallbrook Queensway and Hurst Street.

Snobs nightclub announces move after 41 years

After 41 years, Snobs nightclub in Birmingham - thought to be the oldest nightclub in the city - is on the move.

The indie club's owners have taken to Facebook this morning to confirm they will be leaving their current base off Suffolk Street Queensway in April and move into the former Vudu club, near the Arcadian.

Snobs nightclub will move in April Credit: Google Maps

The decision comes after plans were approved to turn the building it has been based in since the 70s into a hotel, raising concerns over noise from the popular venue disturbing guests.


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