Liverpool's popular Kingdom nightclub is closing after 10 years - to undergo major refurbishment work.
The exclusive venue on Harrington Street will be shut for a few weeks while the revamp takes place.
The venue opened as a bar in 2007 and has fast become one of the city's top celebrity hotspots, with footballers, TV stars and even Keeping up with the Kardashians star Scott Disick making appearances there over the past 10 years.
To celebrate the major overhaul, Kingdom will host a Hed Kandi classics closing party on Easter Sunday, April 16 to bring the curtain down on the last 10 years at the club.
The bar has evolved over the years and is now more of a nightclub and moving into the next 10 years, the owners thought it was now time to transform the venue.
In keeping with the refurb of the Baccarat Lounge, the VIP lounge at the back of the club, the venue will now be transformed throughout.
The venue is to be completely stripped out to allow an entirely new Kingdom to take shape inside.
Bosses have recruited renowned interior designer Delita Cole to unleash her creative genius on the new Kingdom.
Emma Bruffell, business development manager told the ECHO: 鈥淪ince 2007 Kingdom has not only set, but been the standard bearer for the Liverpool scene.
"So before the new look Kingdom is unleashed upon the world, time is being called on the first decade with a Hedkandi classics closing party - and it鈥檚 going to be emotional.
"On Easter Sunday this almighty blowout will bring the curtain down on ten years at the beating heart of Liverpool鈥檚 late night landscape, as Kingdom celebrates 3650 days of wild parties and legendary times with a deserved send off.?/p>
The Hedkandi classics send off will be tickets or tables only. Call 0151 255 1559 for tickets.
The new look Kingdom will re-open at the end of April.