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Maitland Night Life Juiced by New Cub

Maitland Night Life Juiced by New Cub



What: Juice Nightclub
Where: Juice Nightclub

THE opening night at Juice, Maitland's brand new nightclub, was a hit with hundreds flocking to check it out.

Located in auditorium one at Maitland City Bowling Club, Juice opened its doors for the first time two weeks ago with dancers, pyrotechnics, fire eaters, jugglers and guest DJs from Sydney lighting up the room.

More than 700 partygoers took advantage of the club-priced drinks and late-night operating hours not usually available at the club.

As the new night-spot finds its feet, stars from popular Australian television series Home and Away and Neighbours will pop in to lend a hand as special guests.

Last weekend saw Ada Nicodemou, a young actor whose exploits you may remember from Heartbreak High, Breakers, The Matrix and more recently as Leah Poulos in Home and Away.

Other television and radio personalities will make special guest appearances at the club throughout the year.

This weekend will be top Sydney DJ Rob Brizzi with neighbours star Holly Valance and Ryan Kwanten, otherwise known as Vinnie on Home and Away confirmed for visits in the near future.

Juice has been set up by the company Nightlife, which has committed funds to revamping 22 Sydney registered clubs, including Penrith Panthers Leagues Club.

Nightlife is pouring about $500,000 into Maitland City Bowling Club for the project.

Nightlife, owned by Hunter-based businessman Tony Short, will relaunch the club's auditorium next month under a new Friday and Saturday upmarket nightclub concept.

A Friday night Under 18s version, called the Juice Coca Cola Teenage Rampage, was launched on Friday, with a high-tech light and sound show, heaps of Coca-Cola giveaways and special guests.

The opening night featured a surprise Absolutely Sweet Weekend giveaway valued at $3200.



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