Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 25 October 2014

Back in business: Clubbers at the Bambu Beach Club in the Odyssey Arena, Belfast

Partygoers boogie on down as Bambu Beach Club reopens to public

THE surf was up at the Bambu Beach Club in Belfast as hundreds of revellers celebrated the reopening of its £0.5m upgrade.

THE surf was up at the Bambu Beach Club in Belfast as hundreds of revellers celebrated the reopening of its £0.5m upgrade.

The popular nightspot at the Odyssey Arena was closed for four weeks over the summer to allow for a massive refurbishment.

The new-look club has seen extensive developments in both lighting and sound - with the new addition of a laser show.

Club manager Brian Townley said: "The Bambu Beach Club opened its doors in 2003 and since then it has been a whole lot of fun. And we pay careful attention to detail.

"The beach party theme has differentiated us from other clubs, it's all about having fun.

"With our re-opening we will have the same chart-topping tunes along with our famous Beach Club dancers - only better."

As well as the introduction of new theme nights, such as The Bling Thing and Bambu Boogie, there's also the stylish Wah Wah lounge, a new pre-club bar and the Hapuna Room for special guests.

Among the guests at the reopening of the club were UTV's Julian Simmons and Pamela Ballantine and model boss Tracey Hall.

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