21 iconic Halifax nightclubs and bars from over the years

21 iconic Halifax nightclubs and bars from over the years - how many do you remember?

Over the years Halifax has seen many bars and nightclubs stand on the streets in the town centre, some which have stood the test of time and others that are no longer with us.

We're taking a look back at some of the most popular venues that revellers have enjoyed over the years - how many do you remember? To see our other nostalgic picture galleries, click here to see a night out in the early 2000s and here for a 2009 night out.

Jumpin Jaks, formerly the ABC cinema, opened its doors in 2002 and was a popular club in the town for almost eight years. It rebranded as The Groove in 2009 but closed its doors less than a year later. The venue is now known as Mcflys.

5. Jumpin Jaks

Jumpin Jaks, formerly the ABC cinema, opened its doors in 2002 and was a popular club in the town for almost eight years. It rebranded as The Groove in 2009 but closed its doors less than a year later. The venue is now known as Mcflys.
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Deja Vu on Waterhouse Street was a modern style bar that sat across from the Acapulco nightclub. It's now a chicken restaurant which recently featured in an episode of Channel 4 drama Ackley Bridge.

6. Deja Vu

Deja Vu on Waterhouse Street was a modern style bar that sat across from the Acapulco nightclub. It's now a chicken restaurant which recently featured in an episode of Channel 4 drama Ackley Bridge.
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This unit on Broad Street had a number of names before it was ultimately demolished in the early 2010s. The Revival was also known as Kibbutz, Scene 3 and 4 and Tiffany's over the years.

7. The Revival

This unit on Broad Street had a number of names before it was ultimately demolished in the early 2010s. The Revival was also known as Kibbutz, Scene 3 and 4 and Tiffany's over the years.
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The Tramshed and Zoo Bars were side-by-side nightclubs on Lord Street featuring rock, emo, indie, punk and ska music. The venues closed after a police raid found hundreds of underage drinkers.

8. Tramshed and Zoo Bars

The Tramshed and Zoo Bars were side-by-side nightclubs on Lord Street featuring rock, emo, indie, punk and ska music. The venues closed after a police raid found hundreds of underage drinkers.
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