How Tom Zanetti's Leeds nightspot is putting the city back on the celebrity party circuit
It's the nightspot which has transformed the face of the city's party scene and put Leeds firmly back on the celebrity circuit.
Since Dollhouse made its flamboyant debut in early August the bar has seen more than 20,000 people walk though its doors at Hirst's Yard including pop stars, footballers, influencers and some of West Yorkshire’s hottest nocturnal social butterflies.
Founders Tom Zanetti and Kane Towning are now gearing up to what is shaping up to be a memorable festive season.
The bar is set to veil it’s next must have picture moment - the Doll Boxes - with the venue's super exclusive Dolls New Year's Eve Ball already on its way to selling out.
Kane said: "Whilst we always believed in the concept and our passion to make it work; nothing could prepare us for the whirlwind success we’ve enjoyed
since day one. We’re humbled that the party people of Leeds and beyond, celebrity or not, have taken Dollhouse to their hearts and made this brand what it is today.’’
"Our mission is to make people feel better than they did before walking in and seeing the hundreds of smiling faces each weekend is proof we are achieving this.
"The only way we can think to celebrate is to throw the biggest festive parties the city has ever seen, so brace yourselves - it’s going to be quite a December and the only place to be this New Year’s Eve in Leeds.’’