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Nottingham’s home to dance music Stealth begins new chapter after major upgrade

Leading UK dance club Stealth has begun a new chapter opening to rave reviews in Nottingham following a major transformation over the summer.

Nottingham, 26th September 2022 Leading UK dance club Stealth has begun a new chapter opening to rave reviews in Nottingham following a major transformation over the summer.

The award-winning club that regularly features in DJ Mag’s ‘Top 100 Clubs in the World’ is returning with top of the range production to deliver a fully immersive clubbing experience. 

The ever popular weekly Saturday event Stealth vs Rescued (SvR) sees Stealth combine with fellow DHP Family venue Rescue Rooms to create one seamless club night – and the season ahead is shaping up to be one of the biggest since the club opened in 2004.

New lights and visuals designed by the inhouse team working in partnership with experiential production house Zeal Live – who have worked with the likes of Bicep, Prospa & Sub Focus –  will create the optimum environment to experience all the latest dance and house music from the most exciting talent around. 

New DJ booth layouts will give clubbers an up-close connection with some of the world’s best DJs and artists while the fresh interiors feature murals and mirror balls,  video walls, chevron lights and LEDs across the two floors of the 660 capacity club

Over the years Stealth has welcomed thousands of artists before they have broken through to a wider audience such as Bru-C, Bicep, David Guetta, Disclosure, Ed Sheeran, Fisher, Lily Allen, Peggy Gou & Skepta, as well as attracting huge names like Annie Mac, Fatboy Slim and Pete Tong to its intimate rooms.

 

DHP Family promoter Alex Kirkland, who has been part of Stealth since it began, said: “We can’t wait to get the party started and show everyone what we’ve been up to all summer getting the club ready for the new season. We’ve got some of the biggest electronic music artists performing every Friday and Saturday, so it’s shaping up to be pretty special.”

 

One of the key designers from Zeal project is Jake Humphries, who started his career at Stealth as a sound and light technician back in 2013. 

 

Jake said: “It’s great to come full circle and provide Stealth with a fantastic upgrade to keep it at the forefront of the electronic dance scene for many years to come.”

 

A whole new lighting and sound set up in Room 1 includes lasers, refreshed lights, a new sound system stack layout as well as an improved DJ booth set up with video wall and a new bar design. Room 2 has a new layout and upgraded light and sound systems including lasers, new LED fixtures up and over the new DJ booth and on the ceiling and video wall.

 

Following in the footsteps of the popular Bodega courtyard, the outdoor patio shared with Rescue Rooms has been transformed with new seating, murals, heat lamps and lighting.

 

The Official Nottingham Trent University weekly student night ‘Stealth Tuesdays’, which is a collaboration with Nottingham MC Bru-C’s brand ‘Bubblin’, returns on 27 September.

 

To find out more, go to www.stealthclub.co.uk 

 

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Stealth information

“Stealth has been the leading light on the Midland’s club scene. Variety is king at this Funktion One-powered club, with the club being packed to the rafter each week.” – DJ Mag. (Voted #65 Best Club In The World).

 

Since opening in April 2004 the club has welcomed some of the biggest DJs & bands in the world – including the likes of 2ManyDJs, Andy C, Annie Mac, Bicep, Bonobo, Camelphat, David Guetta, Diplo, Disclosure, DJ EZ, Dizzee Rascal, Ed Sheeran, Jamie xx, Justice, MK, Nina Kraviz, Peggy Gou, Pete Tong, Rudimental, Skepta, Skrillex, Sub Focus & thousands more.

 

For more information:

Liz Bee / 0772 0257983

lizb@redbrickcommunications.com

Redbrick Communications 0115 910 1500

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Venues: DHP Family started with Rock City, which marked its 40th anniversary in 2020 (winner of Best Club Teamwork 800+ at Live Music Business Awards 2019) and has since added Rescue Rooms (finalist in Music Week Awards 2019: Grassroots Venues – Spirit of the Scene and winner of Live Business Awards 2018 Best Venue Teamwork), Stealth and The Bodega in Nottingham; Thekla in Bristol and London venues Oslo (Hackney) and The Garage and The Grace (Islington).

 

Festivals: DHP runs the 25,000 capacity Splendour in Nottingham, overall winner of ‘Best Festival’ (15,000-39,000 cap) at the 2018 Live Music Business Awards. Dot To Dot, a multi-venue festival taking place in several cities and winner of ‘Best Festival for Emerging Talent’ at the 2017 UK Festival Awards; MIRRORS, a metropolitan multi-venue event in London; Everywhere runs across Nottingham and charity festival Beat The Streets in Nottingham raises money for the homeless.

 

Promoter: DHP currently puts on around 500 gigs per year and promotes tours & shows by James Blunt, Sports Team, Belinda Carlisle, Rufus Wainwright, The Flaming Lips, Beth Hart, Richard Thompson, Lewis Capaldi, Enter Shikari, Sam Fender, and many more. Live Music Promoter of the Year 2019 at Music Week Awards; National Promoter of the Year at 2019 & 2017 Live Music Business Awards, plus a previous winner of the title in 2012 & 2013

 

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DHP Family

DHP Family successfully own and operate festivals and venues across the UK, while also promoting concerts & tours nationally and operating a leading ticketing platform.