Major revamp and new name revealed for ‘iconic venue’ in town centre
An iconic venue in the heart of Wrexham town centre is set to undergo a major revamp as it prepares to offer visitors a new and unique experience.
Central Station, located on Hill Street, closed its doors for the final time under its old name on Saturday 15th September.
The venue has always been a popular night spot and entertainment venue since opening back in 1999.
It as also built a reputation for attracting some of the biggest names in music to its stage, including Robert Plant, Kasabian, GrandMaster Flash, Bastille, Laura Marling, Catfish & The Bottlemen and many more.
The revamp for the venue will see its name change to “The Live Rooms, Wrexham” becoming a sister venue to the successful venue in Chester.
The work will also see a significant upgrade to the interior decor of the venue and the creation of an entirely new room within.
A spokesman for the club said: “With the new layout we’re offering an entirely new experience. The venue will now become three spaces, all linked but with their own unique atmosphere.
“The new spaces will boast a wide selection of international drinks and include a dedicated cocktail bar, a brand new seated bar area as well as multipurpose nightclub and live spaces.
“In line with what people have come to expect from The Live Rooms brand, we’ll be catering for a thoroughly modern nightclub experience as well as revealing an exciting programme of high profile live entertainment in the build up to the official opening night.
The official opening night for THE LIVE ROOMS, WREXHAM is due on October 13th – visit www.theliverooms.com for more information
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