An 89-year-old woman has revisited the nightclub in Nottingham where she met her husband 69 years ago.
"Coming back was on her bucket list. It's unbelievable... It's a big thing, we had to think about all the risks involved but I would have carried Mary on my back here if I had to."
After hearing about her story, Pryzm's Deputy Manager, Tom Dodd, announced the Lower Parliament Street venue would throw a free Boogie Buffet afternoon for care home residents.
Intended as a good way to exchange their stories about going out on the town in Nottingham back when they were teens, the afternoon also proved the residents can still show today's kids a thing or two about having fun when they grabbed tinsel and started playing an inflatable guitar.
Residents from 33 care homes and around 160 guests including many who busted some moves on the very same dance floor in their youth, attended the party.
Josephine Panton, 84, remembered a particular corner her and her friends would stand in: "In that corner the spotlight would go directly on us," said the resident of Ruddington's St Peter's Care Home.
"It has been so popular. All tickets were snapped up within three days. The theme has been Best of British as a throwback to the years gone past, royal weddings and things like that."
It is hoped the event will now be put on every six weeks and the venue is now looking for sponsorship to cover the cost of the buffet to ensure the event remains free.