York residents may have recently noticed that Reflex on George Hudson Street has closed for refurbishment. We can now confirm that this is due to a new £220,000 investment which will see Reflex change into Popworld.
Reflex on George Hudson Street have currently recruited 12 new members of staff for its change to Popworld and will open to the public on 21 August. The opening will be celebrated with an official event on 30 August with live performances from Jo O’Meara and Bradley McIntosh members from 90s pop band S Club 7.
Popworld will still be operated by Stonegate Pub Company, the new club will have brand new state of the art sound and lighting system, four new VIP booths with their own dance floor and waiting service throughout the night to ensure the guests never have to go and get their drinks from the bar. The booths will be large and luxurious ideal for large groups wanting a lively night out over a few new sharing cocktails called Partinis.
Everyone’s favourite revolving dance floor will remain as a main focus point of the club. Another change to the club will be the music, moving from a solely 80s to music across three decades.
Popworld is set to open to the public on Wednesday 21 August and the celebratory official opening on Friday 30 August.