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Daytime clubbing is the latest trend sweeping the nation and it is coming to Asylum in Hull, this May Bank Holiday weekend.

Imagine sunshine, good vibes, and the unmistakable sound of the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s filling the air. Forget the midnight madness, it is all about the afternoon shenanigans as Asylum becomes a daytime disco haven where you can let loose and relive the classics on Sunday 5th May, 3pm-9pm.

Asylum’s Entertainments Manager Claire Balfour said: “We are always looking for ways to enhance our entertainments offering at Asylum and our recently refurbished venue is the perfect, fully accessible, space for a daytime disco.

“Aimed at everyone aged 30 and over a daytime disco brings all the fun of a clubbing experience but with the added bonus of arriving and leaving the venue in daylight to return home or continue the party elsewhere.

“So, get ready to trade your daytime coffee for some retro beats because daytime disco is about to take over Asylum and you won’t want to miss this unique new clubbing experience.”

Asylum, located at Student Central, on the University of Hull campus, recently underwent a major refurbishment, designed by one of the UK’s leading nightclub design companies which saw the creation of a new, fully accessible dance floor, a refurbished bar, upgraded lighting and feature wall murals.

Tickets for Daytime Disco are priced from £10. For more details, visit hulluniunionevents.native.fm/event/daytime-disco/223066.

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