District House to reopen

Liverpool bar and restaurant District House is set to reopen as a live music and event space.

The venue had faced an uncertain future after the hospitality management company running the Water Street haunt went into liquidation in January.

The owner of District House, GHU Ltd, which abruptly shut its doors last month, has brought in its own team to operate the revamped nightspot.

The new District House will launch with a monthly supper club/party night called ‘From Blues and Soul to Rock and Roll’, whilst Liverpool comedienne Crissy Rock has created a new music and comedy experience, entitled ‘Crissy Rock’s Shocking Bingo’.

Karen Jones, general manager of District House, says: “For 2017 we have been busy putting in place a robust programme and a new team to ensure that this stunning venue is operated to the highest standards.

“All of our events will create the opportunity for our guests to dress up and experience fine dining while being entertained.

“We are bringing dinner cabaret right up to date for those of us who like to have a little more from our nights out. This is a high-end offer that you will see in hotels in Ibiza, Dubai and Miami and we think that Liverpool will love it.”

Martin O’Shea, managing director of Bold Management, which will be handling events for the venue, adds: “Liverpool is so ready for this. District House is a one of a kind venue, and has something very special. We are delighted to have been brought in to manage the events programme.”

District House is set to reopen on 25 February.

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