Planning application submitted to demolish the former QI nightclub in Mansfield town Centre

June 4, 2014 7:40 am

Plans have been submitted to Mansfield District Council to demolish the rear section of the former QI nightclub building and retain the façade on Leeming Street.  This will then be transformed into a garden serving The Widow Frost next door and the Stag & Pheasant pub on Clumber Street.

Both pubs are owned by the national chain JD Wetherspoon and are adjoined to the rear by the old QI nightclub building.

The QI nightclub, first known as the Victoria Hall, was built in 1901 as a general purpose hall and was used as a cinema by 1910. In 1929 it was converted into the Palais-de-Danse dance hall and then became the The Palais nightclub in 1989, before undergoing name changes to Coyote Wild then QI, which closed in 2010.

The QI nightclub building has been up for sale for a number of years so this new development and business expansion is a real good news story for the town of Mansfield and the night-time economy.

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