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Mokai nightclub owner celebrates successful opening week

Posted on - 20th September, 2014 - 12:00pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Events, Nightlife, Preston City Centre
Foam party at Mokai

Foam party at Mokai

A Preston nightclub owner is celebrating after a first week saw bumper crowds arrive.

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Chermaine Hewitt opened Mokai in the venue on Church Street that was Rumes after an extensive refurbishment.

Thousands of students and other revellers have visited the club since the opening night on Monday where reality TV star Joey Essex was the main attraction.

She said: “Our opening night was exactly what we dreamed of.

“Everyone was positive, they loved the new club and the up to date style.

“Everything ran very smoothly and the number of people was sensational.”

Joey Essex at the opening night of Mokai

Joey Essex at the opening night of Mokai

On Thursday night Mokai hosted a sold out Skoolies foam party.

Hewitt said the club was expected to be busy for the coming Monday as Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews was visiting their student night Beans.

She said: “What else could a new business ask for but support from it’s local custom and great feedback. We have much more planned and it will only get better.”

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