PICTURES: Sheffield's lost nightclubs - how many do you remember?

They are the places we drank and danced the night away - Sheffield's nightclubs of the dim and distant past.

Tuesday, 4th December 2018, 10:57 am
Updated Tuesday, 4th December 2018, 11:00 am
Fiesta on Arundel Gate attracted a host of big name stars in its 70s heyday. It is now the Odeon.

From the Roxy to Cairo Jax, Josephines to The Music Factory and Romeo and Juliets to Uropa, how many of these can you remember from our great retro picture gallery?

Cairo Jax was a popular haunt in the 80s and 90s.
The Limit attracted a host of new wave and punk bands at its height.

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Now a Sainsbury's store, this distinctive building has had many nightclub guises.
Queues outside the building on London Road when it was known as Bed.
This nightspot was a staple on the Sheffield scene during the 1980s.
The Fiesta club was considered to be Sheffield's premier nightspot in the 1970s.
Affectionately known as Josie's, the club in Barker's Pool was an 80s favourite.
Forever known to many as Barry Noble's Roxy ("is that alright for youse?") the cavernous venue lives on as the O2 Academy.
Also known as Cavendish, Baileys was the height of 70s sophistication.
Situated on London Road, the club has had many different incarnations - here it is as Tiffanys. Other names included the Locarno and Music Factory.
Before Roxy, there was the Top Rank Suite where a host of big names played during its heyday. It lives on as a music venue as the O2 Academy.
In the 80s, the iconic London Road building was known as The Palais.
Another stalwart of the 90s scene was Club Uropa - also known as Berlins at one stage.
Here's that club again - this time as one of its original names - The Locarno.
Romeo and Juliets - yet another trendy joint for Sheffield in the 1980s.
A riotous night in Music Factory
The Locarno building has long been associated with music and dancing - but it is now a supermarket.
Turn Ups at Nether Edge in the early 1980s.
The Limit in a later guise before its closure
Taking to the dancefloor in Turn Ups in the 1980s.
Fire brought the end to Sheffield's famous Gatecrasher nightclub.