12 lost Liverpool nightclubs that will make you feel nostalgic including She Club and Mardi Gras

These Liverpool nightclubs were once the hottest spots in town but sadly poured their last shots many years ago.

Liverpool’s incredible nightlife is no secret, with people travelling from all over the world to celebrate their birthdays, hen parties or simply for a booze-filled weekend away with the boys.

While the city is a hot spot for tourists, it’s the locals that will have the most fond memories of going clubbing in Liverpool, whether that be dancing in The Grafton back in the 60s or heading to the Krazy House in the 90s.

As the city has undergone redevelopment over the years, its clubbing scene has changed and, as a result, a lot of once popular venues are sadly no longer open.

Keen to find out which haunts are Liverpool’s most iconic, we asked LiverpoolWorld readers and local residents which former nightclubs and bars they miss the most and received hundreds of responses. From the Mardi Gras to the Somali Club, these are some of the most missed Liverpool clubs, that locals would love to boogie in one more time.

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