1 Granada Road
Thursday - Saturday: 10pm - 3:30am
News June 2021: License renewal
In anticipation of an end to lockdown for nightclubs, Elegance has applied for a licence renewal. The bid is opposed by some sort of feminist campaign though. The council decided to renew the
News May 2019: License approved
The licence has been approved for the original Granada Rd venue. The licence will allow Elegance to operate from 10pm to 4am every night. It is planned the club
will open four nights a week.
News, March 2018: Move finally rejected so Elegance to stay put
In a long running censorship story council moralists have confirmed that table dancing will not be allowed at the
Albert Road venue. Owner Paul Ojla said that the club would be re-opened at the Granada Road venue after some refurbishment.
News, February 2018: Granted on appeal to the planning inspector
The council have
again rejected the move to Albert Road.
News, May 2016: Move turned down again
News, September 2014: Move turned down
The council have again rejected the move to Albert Road.
The council have rejected the move to Albert Road. Owner Paul Ojla said: The decision seems to have been made on moral grounds rather than technical or legal grounds.
News August 2014: Looking to Move
A former private club for Conservative Party supporters could now become a lap-dancing venue. An application has been put forward to turn the former 149 Club, in Albert Road into a new premises for Elegance , currently based in Granada
Road. The Albert Road site has been closed since last year.
The adult entertainment venue wants to move out of a residential area into one that is more commercial.
News October 2013: Flyers
clubs managed to get a change of heart from the council and are now allowed to promote their clubs via flyers handed out in the street.