Your definitive guide to the Leeds nightclubs we have loved and lost
This photo gallery spans more than five decades of long lost nightclubs around Leeds.
By Andrew Hutchinson
Published 16th Jan 2022, 04:45 GMT
Updated 16th Jan 2022, 08:11 GMT
They take a whistle stop tour to remember and reminisce those nightspots you called home (on a weekend at least!) and aim to spark happy if not hazy memories among generations of revellers. The nightclubs have been have been brought to life thanks to photos from the YEP archive and you should be able to scroll through in the time it takes to play your favourite pop song. READ MORE:Unseen photos from inside Leeds nightclubs in the 1990sLOVE LEEDS? LOVE NOSTALGIA?Join Leeds Retro on facebook
1. Cinderella Rockerfellas
Cinderella Rockerfellas. Before 1973 two dance spots existed as separate venues both owned by club entrepreneur Peter Stringfellow. By 1975 the combined super-club at Merrion Way was arguably the city's most famous nightspot.
Located upstairs in the Merrion Centre Tiffany's was loved by a generation of clubbers. It tried to compete with regular themed events, such as this 1975 French night promising can-can dancing and Pernod promotions.
Located in the County Arcade the Mecca Locarno Ballroom is nothing short of a city institution. It opened in November 1938 and closed in 1969 by which time new venue had been opened in the Merrion Centre. This picture was taken sometime in the 1960s.