Lost nightclubs you want back

12 lost nightclubs you want to see return to Portsmouth

MANY of Portsmouth’s most beloved nightclubs have sadly left the city. 

From Joanna’s to Ritzy, iconic venues have now closed down. Although the memories of them live on. Here are the nightclubs YOU want to see make a return to Portsmouth. 

This club once called the famous Tricorn Centre home. It was on the first floor of the iconic building. It was knocked down at the turn of the 21st century.

1. Granny's

This club once called the famous Tricorn Centre home. It was on the first floor of the iconic building. It was knocked down at the turn of the 21st century.
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Probably the most suggested of all the lost Portsmouth clubs. Ritzy was a beloved nightclub on Arundel Street.

2. Ritzy

Probably the most suggested of all the lost Portsmouth clubs. Ritzy was a beloved nightclub on Arundel Street.
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Once located in the Savoy Building on South Parade in Southsea. Time and Envy is another of the iconic nightlife venues that Portsmouth has lost but our readers want back.

3. Time and Envy

Once located in the Savoy Building on South Parade in Southsea. Time and Envy is another of the iconic nightlife venues that Portsmouth has lost but our readers want back.
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While The Astoria is now housed in this building, it was one Martine's. One reader wrote: 'Ladies night was free to get in. Long time ago now though'.

4. Martine's

While The Astoria is now housed in this building, it was one Martine's. One reader wrote: 'Ladies night was free to get in. Long time ago now though'.
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