JUN 01] GAS STREET NIGHTCLUB NEWS
Manager For Gas Street
of the leading lights of the leisure industry is bringing her
expertise to Rugby after being asked to run a top nightspot.
Brett has been handed the top role at the town’s Gas Street
Nightclub after several years of management experience within
Luminar Leisure, one of Europe’s largest night-time operators.
Brett, 33, became the organisation’s youngest female general
manager in the country when she took the reins in Swindon seven
years ago, and has held high posts at top venues across the
country including London’s famous Equinox.
recently she ran Northampton’s 1,600-capacity Visage outlet
but moved to Rugby after experiencing the town’s atmosphere
made a visit to Gas Street on an operational night and was
hugely impressed by the intimate, friendly atmosphere that the
Street underwent a £1 million refurbishment programme a year
ago and the venue really does offer an excellent night out.
is massive potential for the club and I am looking forward to
living and working in Rugby.
of the major attractions of Gas Street is the fact that it is
effectively three venues in one, so we can offer tailored
entertainment to three different markets.
do not have to compromise on music or surroundings to suit the
over 20’s and also the over 25’s, because we have the
ability to specifically cater for both.
is also the VIP ‘chill-out’ area which is a great
accessory for a club and is regularly praised by visitors to
appointment of Ms Brett continues the investment that Luminar
are making in Rugby nightlife and regional manager Andy Grieve
believes it will be a further boost to the town.
is very well respected within the industry for her running of
clubs and we are delighted that she has taken the Rugby post.
Street is a superb club and that combined with Jane’s
experience will help build on the success and reputation that
unit has already achieved.”