UPDATE: 'The beast called NICHE is awakening'- demolished Sheffield nightclub looks set to reopen on new site

The freshly painted facade of the building in one of the Wicker Arches
The freshly painted facade of the building in one of the Wicker Arches
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A Sheffield nightclub which was demolished earlier this year looks to be making a comeback in a new location.

A freshly painted building in Sheffield city centre appears to be the new location for NICHE nightclub, known for playing garage, underground house and bassline music.

The site of NICHE on Walker Street in the Wicker area of the city centre

The site of NICHE on Walker Street in the Wicker area of the city centre

The building on Walker Street, off Derek Dooley Way, forms part of the line of businesses under the Wicker Arches.

The former club on Sidney Street, Sheffield, opened in 1992 but the club was closed in 2005 after a police raid.

Before its demolition earlier this year the building had stood empty for over a decade.

A spokesperson from the NICHE Sheffield Official Facebook Page said: "The beast called NICHE is awakening, so watch this space."

NICHE's mailbox

NICHE's mailbox

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