THE once popular Circus Night Club, located at Strathaven Shopping Centre in Harare, is set to re-open its doors to the public on September 9 under new management, which has promised to revive the joint.
BY WINSTONE ANTONIO
Circus has a well-documented outstanding history in the local entertainment industry.
The club, which has been closed for several years, has been upgraded and divided into three bars — the VIP lounge, the main bar and a cocktail bar.
Club manager Garikai Mudzengi told NewsDay yesterday that the club was returning in a bigger way, with an official opening revelry, where patrons will be entertained by a number of celebrated musicians.
“We are happy to be re-opening Circus Night Club after it was closed for years. We want to bring back the hey-day of Circus Night Club in line with the top-notch trends on both local and international arena,” he said. “While we seek to revive the joint for the people, we want our patrons to gather and have fun, socialise and network as our duty is to make sure that we provide them with entertainment to their satisfaction.”
Mudzengi said the club would be open every Wednesday to Sunday and would host a variety of local artistes and wheel spinners.
“As we open this club, we want to guarantee the patrons that we are committed to meet the needs of pleasure-seekers. The club will be open from Wednesday to Sunday to give the patrons a dose of entertainment,” he said.
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Mudzengi said they would not let their patrons down, as it is re-invented by young, enterprising people with ideas and creativity.
“The club will be run professionally with fully trained staffers to ensure customers can come in to enjoy themselves without any hassles,” he said.