THE second room in Salisbury's nightclub and entertainment venue will be reopening tonight, bringing more arts, music and DJs to the city.

Following the Covid-19 pandemic Salisbury Chapel reopened its doors just in time for the August bank holiday weekend, rebranding itself as both a nightclub and grassroots arts hub.

After a successful reopening month, where the 'Courtyard' room provided clubbing, comedy, theatre, music, drag and more, the second dancefloor space, the 'Chapel Room' will be reopening today, October 9.

The comeback of this room will bring a burlesque evening to the space this evening, provided by The 100 Watt Club, followed by a club night starring DJ J-Fresh.

The club event has been titled 'Deja Vu - The Return of Two Rooms', and the first 100 customers through the door with a pre-bought ticket will receive a free VK.

"After nearly two years, it's difficult to explain just how excited we are to see our flagship room in full flow again," said the Chapel's operation director, Adam Batchelor.

He said: "With such a lengthy break, there are plenty of people in and around the city who have never had the opportunity to experience the Chapel Room in all its glory.

"We can't wait to welcome them to two events this Saturday night."

The venue, which had a makeover in preparation for reopening more areas, received an Arts Council Cultural Recovery Grant earlier this year, enabling it to extend its entertainment offering.

Adam added: "On a personal level I'd really like to thank all the staff who have gone above and beyond over the past few month to make sure we're able to open up again."

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