Go inside the Leeds nightclub from the 2000s which boasted hairdryers in the toilet

It was the Leeds nightclub aimed at those looking for an "intimate and classy surrounding in which to see and be seen".

Saturday, 13th July 2019, 16:16 pm
PICS: Mel Hulme

Religion was THE nightspot back in the day and was even voted Best Newcomer at the 2007 Leeds Bar& Club Awards. Do you remember this nightspot? READ MORE: 42 places you probably visited in Leeds during a night out in the 2000s | 30 unseen photos from inside Leeds nightclubs in the 1990s | 11 long-gone Leeds nightclubs we haven't forgotten

Located on Lower Briggate it boasted a capacity of 450 clubbers.
The dress code was trendy and stylish with opening hours from 10pm until 6am.
The 'music policy' was house, pop, electro, and new wave.

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Remember enjoying a drink or two in here?
Do you remember busting some moves on this dancefloor?
It served a wide range of cocktails, chanpagne and wine lists, lagers, spirits, and alcopops.
A hairdryer in the toilet. How classy is that!
Did you ever visit here back in the day?
Do you have any memories to share of Religion? Email andrew.hutchinson@jpress.co.uk or Tweet him @AndyHutchYPN