21 nostalgic photos show Sheffield clubs over the decades, from Roxy's and Josie's to Gatecrasher and Leadmill

No matter when you came of age, it has always been possible to find a fun Sheffield nightclub to let loose in.

In the 1970s, Sheffielders flocked to Fiesta on Arundel Gate, to Bailey’s on Bank Street or Tiffany’s on London Road.

Then in the 1980s, those looking to bust a move also had a number of fantastic venues to choose from including: Romeo’s and Juliet’s on Bank Street and Turn Ups in Nether Edge.

Clubbing culture was a defining part of the 1990s, and among the nightspots favoured by people in Sheffield was the Music Factory on London Road, Club Uropa - also known as Berlins - and Gatecrasher.

The Leadmill and Bed were the places to be for those out on the town in the 2000s.

Scroll through our retro photo gallery of Sheffield clubbers, and see if you spot anyone you recognise.

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