A popular Liverpool nightclub has announced it is to close this month.
Graffiti on Victoria Street shared the news on social media saying it was the 'end of an era' for the club.
The owners of Graffiti, which has been open for six years, said they were determined to finish "on a high".
The club has revealed it will host its final party on February 23, before closing its doors.
The post said: "End of an era. after 6 years of partying Graffiti Liverpool says goodbye. Saturday 23rd February will be the very last Graffiti as we open our doors for the very last time.
"Graffiti was opened in 2013, with a concept ahead of its time, and we have been selling out weekly for 6 successful years.
"The team behind Graffiti have now decided to say goodbye on a high.
"We would like to thank everyone who has supported us from day one on our journey. Thanks for the memories".
But while it might be the final chapter for Graffiti, it doesn't look like it's the last we will see of the team behind it, as they signed off by saying: "By the way, something bigger and better is coming.. soon".
The news came as a shock to many Graffiti regulars were saddened by the closure. Edwardseddy said: "Goodluck boys am sure will be a massive success well done" and Riocullen added: "Ah sooooo many memories so many good times. Good luck with your next ventures lads x"
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