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8-10 Broadway
Lace Market

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This is a club, which means that the bar may be only open to members.

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Wednesday8.45 pm - 3.00 am
Friday8.45 pm - 3.00 am
Saturday8.30 pm - 3.00 am



About the Club

Gay nightclub open on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday only.

Historic Interest

Formerly a club called the "The Monastery", propaganda is in the Birkin Building. It is in Nottingham City Council's Lace Market Conservation Area. "Lace warehouse, now club and offices. Dated 1855. By TC Hine of Nottingham for Richard Birkin, lace manufacturer. Built by Garland & Holland. Restored and converted c1987. Red brick, with ashlar ground floor and dressings. Roof not visible behind rendered coped parapet. Italianate style. EXTERIOR: plinth, ground floor cornice, string course, eaves cornice. 4 storeys; 8 x 3 windows. L-plan, following the curve of the street. Windows are mainly original round-arched lights with stone mullions, glazing bars and hood moulds. Ground floor windows have moulded surrounds and aprons. Main entrance front, facing east, has a central projecting entrance bay with a canted tower porch, 3 storeys, with double doors. Above, bay windows, 3 lights. Above again, a double window. On each side, single windows on each floor. To right a rounded corner, single windows, and to left, a rounded concave corner with 2 windows. Left return, facing north, has to left an entrance bay with a central segment-arched cart entrance with an inscribed ribbon above it. Above, triple windows on each floor. Under the arch, a reset 2-light window, C12, from St Mary's Church, and a plaque with the Plumptre arms. On each side, canted bay windows, 3 storeys, 3 lights, the left one with a shouldered double doorway and shafts. Above them, double windows. To right, a range with regular fenestration, 5 windows. INTERIOR: refitted c1987, has cast-iron columns to wooden floor beams. This building stands on the site of Plumptre House, 1730, by Colen Campbell, demolished 1853. A major example of Hine's commercial buildings. (The Buildings of England: Pevsner N: Nottinghamshire: London: 1979-: 218; Get to know Nottingham: Brand K: Thomas Chambers Hine; an architect of Victorian Nottingham: Nottingham: 10-12)." (Historic England). [Nottingham City Council; Bridge Ward / Nottingham South Parliamentary Constituency]

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8-10 Broadway
Lace Market

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Lace Market

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8-10 Broadway
Lace Market

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  • Close to Railway Station
  • Close to Metro

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