This just about counts as the 90s - millennium night celebrations at the legendary Gatecrasher
This just about counts as the 90s - millennium night celebrations at the legendary Gatecrasher

10 pictures to remind you of Sheffield's clubbing scene in the 90s - are you in the crowds with your glowsticks?

Sheffield in the 1990s was a massive draw for clubbing fans.

By Julia Armstrong
Thursday, 8th April 2021, 10:17 am

Big venues like Gatecrasher, later to become the Republic, drew people into the city from around the country and even abroad. The huge number of club nights such as Rise, Brighton Beach, NY Sushi and Hot Pants took over venues such as the Leadmill and Sheffield City Hall Ballroom and student union spaces.

Some clubs such as Niche went on all night and there were also more under-the-radar nights linked to rave culture in darker corners of the city such as the Wicker Arches.

Which club nights did you and your mates head to?

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