Town centre night club set to re-open after controversially closing last month

Essex County Standard: Town centre night club set to re-open after controversially closing last month Town centre night club set to re-open after controversially closing last month

A TOWN centre nightclub is set to re-open after it closed in controversial circumstances.

Tribal closed at the end of May, when former owner Jimmy Kingston was locked in a licensing and planning battle with Colchester Council.

Now Jason Fury, 29, has taken over the club, in St Botolph’s Circus, in Colchester, and plans to extend the venue’s opening hours until 3.30am on weekends.

He also hopes to open during the week to attract students from Essex University.

Mr Fury, a former computer game designer, from Earls Colne, said: “When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down.

“I’ve always wanted to be on the other side of the rope, so to speak and with Tribal there was a lot of things already in place, like contacts and promoters.”

The club will re-open with a pre-arranged event on Saturday, June 28.

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12:50pm Sat 21 Jun 14

Disley Titchbender says...

Since the closure of The Oliver Twist and The Silk Road, criminal damage caused by drunks, to the vehicles parked in NewTown, has diminished greatly. Do we really need to have more drunks staggering home at this time of the morning with no street lighting, and the mindset that because they're mentally impaired through drink, that they have "carte blanche" to cause wanton destruction and damage to the possessions of ordinary folk, on their transit to wherever they inhabit? Why the hell does anybody need to open a club until 03:30? Who ever agrees to license this venture, really do needs their bumps feeling.
Since the closure of The Oliver Twist and The Silk Road, criminal damage caused by drunks, to the vehicles parked in NewTown, has diminished greatly. Do we really need to have more drunks staggering home at this time of the morning with no street lighting, and the mindset that because they're mentally impaired through drink, that they have "carte blanche" to cause wanton destruction and damage to the possessions of ordinary folk, on their transit to wherever they inhabit? Why the hell does anybody need to open a club until 03:30? Who ever agrees to license this venture, really do needs their bumps feeling. Disley Titchbender
  • Score: -15

2:05pm Sat 21 Jun 14

paddy16 says...

@Disley Titchbender
You clearly are an avid clubber & visit the town's nightlife on a regular basis to make such a statement !!
For your information , Silk Road has not closed at all !! this just goes to prove that criminal damage caused by drunks, to the vehicles parked in NewTown, has diminished greatly ( your words not mine ) were not from Silk Road .
I am amazed at people that clearly sit at home and cast aspersions, when they clearly do not have a clue , take a walk up the crouch street , head street & high street at 3.30 I'm pretty sure that is where most of the problems seem to be of late. Not Queen street where there are a few clubs and food outlets.
Time people actually started looking elsewhere for a scapegoat i think.
@Disley Titchbender You clearly are an avid clubber & visit the town's nightlife on a regular basis to make such a statement !! For your information , Silk Road has not closed at all !! this just goes to prove that criminal damage caused by drunks, to the vehicles parked in NewTown, has diminished greatly ( your words not mine ) were not from Silk Road . I am amazed at people that clearly sit at home and cast aspersions, when they clearly do not have a clue , take a walk up the crouch street , head street & high street at 3.30 I'm pretty sure that is where most of the problems seem to be of late. Not Queen street where there are a few clubs and food outlets. Time people actually started looking elsewhere for a scapegoat i think. paddy16
  • Score: 1

3:13pm Sat 21 Jun 14

Dunja Dee Ashmore says...

Great, not!!! We live behind the club, and have had great battles with environmental health over the noise and extended hours preventing us and our baby from sleeping, or hearing the tv! These past few weeks have bliss! I'm gutted and disappointed beyond words!!!!! :( And as for.opening during the week, that's disgraceful! Families and working people have to live here, and its bad enough without adding more opening hours! Phone calls shall be made Monday!
Great, not!!! We live behind the club, and have had great battles with environmental health over the noise and extended hours preventing us and our baby from sleeping, or hearing the tv! These past few weeks have bliss! I'm gutted and disappointed beyond words!!!!! :( And as for.opening during the week, that's disgraceful! Families and working people have to live here, and its bad enough without adding more opening hours! Phone calls shall be made Monday! Dunja Dee Ashmore
  • Score: 10

10:36pm Sat 21 Jun 14

*Leon* says...

lets hope your punters wont be getting TRIBAL when they leave
you might think life's a bit of a video game mate
but be warned colchester is at a very thin end at the moment and is in no mood for any further issues.
i loved this quote in the article,
“When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down.
you and your bar will be going down if it steps out of line
WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH
lets hope your punters wont be getting TRIBAL when they leave you might think life's a bit of a video game mate but be warned colchester is at a very thin end at the moment and is in no mood for any further issues. i loved this quote in the article, “When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down. you and your bar will be going down if it steps out of line WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH *Leon*
  • Score: -7

10:49pm Sat 21 Jun 14

co4 says...

To be fair, people that go to Tribal are usually off their tits on MDMA so all they feel like doing is hugging everyone and trying to relocate their jaw.
To be fair, people that go to Tribal are usually off their tits on MDMA so all they feel like doing is hugging everyone and trying to relocate their jaw. co4
  • Score: 29

2:18am Sun 22 Jun 14

JasonFury says...

First of all I would like to thank you for taking the time to voice your concerns, which gives me this opportunity to reach out to you directly and to hopefully build a better relationship by informing you that we have been told of the issues that have been effecting the local residents and the actions that we have already undertaken and actions that are due to be undertaken, to ensure we work in harmony with the community.
I would like to say that i am deeply saddened and concerned to hear of all the stress and inconvenience that you have had to endure prior to us taking over and we think this is unacceptable by any standards.
I will try to address all comments as a whole.
Regarding the destruction and damage to residents possessions/property
, please note that we will not tolerate any behavior of this sort and if it continues we will refuse the customer access to the club and pass the necessary details over to the relevant authorities.
We are working very closely with the council, local police and the local environmental agency to ensure that we follow and stick to their guidelines which inturn will benefit the local area. Keeping the local community and authorities happy is amongst one of our highest priorities.
Please understand that we are completely new owners and ask that you treat us as such and give us the chance to prove that we not only mean well and have your best interests at heart.
As a business it is not in our interest to work against, but to work alongside the community. We hope that we can work together and have a positive future.
In regards to the licence extension, please understand to those who are not familiar or are not aware that nearly all clubs in Colchester already have a 3:00 to 3:30am licence including events run by Essex University and Tribal is one of a very small handful that has the 2am licence, so from a business point of view, it puts us in some what of a disadvantage. We understand previously why Tribal was restricted to a 2am licence as there were many times rules and regulations were breached and sometimes just outright ignored which could only ever result in the restriction of operational hours.
In regards to the issues we were made aware of not only am I still amazed that action had not been taken sooner I myself personally wouldn't have the audacity and feel that as an owner of such an establishment it could not be seen any other way than deliberately provoking authorities and essentially committing business suicide
Already we have met with a representative from the police, the local licensing officer and the Environmental Protection Officer. I rang and sought out this meeting personally as it was paramount that these issues were addressed.
Let me be completely honest with all of you that I was shocked and taken back by what I was informed of and at no point did I realise or was I made aware of most of these issues prior to sale.
We immediately have adhered to and followed all requests made by the authorities and intend to do much more and it has only motivated and inspired me to think of ways I can reach out to the community and not only mend relationships but improve them further.
I have not been involved in the Club and entertainment scene for some time with myself also being a family man with a wife and child I feel that I have entered into the industry with a fresh but mature head on my shoulders which allows me the ability to see how we as an establishment affect our neighbours while we are open and not just that of our customers.
We will be monitoring the noise levels and conduct of our customers with zero tolerance of behavior that is of a anti social nature and controlling the noise levels of customers as they come and go from the premises.
We will deal swiftly with any behavior which is damaging to the clubs reputation.
I will say that if you ever see or experience any anti social behavior from our customers do not hesitate to contact us immediately and we will deal with it right away and work with the police to ensure that this does not happen again and any individual or individuals responsible are made accountable for their actions.
This doesn't just apply to reports of antisocial behavior if you have any problems you would like addressed then I would encourage and be happy to take your calls and work with you to ensure that we solve the issue. So to the user that lives behind us that has had to deal with the stress first hand please dont hesitate to call I would be more than happy to ensure that you are not disturbed by the noise and will have people regularly monitoring noise levels on the hour to maintain sound levels as to not cause a nuisance.
There will be perimeters in operation during the night limiting customers from being anywhere down the alleyway and that full clear access to the public will always be available.
We will have signs stating and asking customers when leaving to please consider our neighbours when leaving and to keep the noise level down so as not to disturb people. Door staff will be their to act on anyone who is causing a nuisance and remind them to think of their clubs reputation and to keep their noise levels down.
It will already be noticeably quieter as we have removed the smoking area that was in violation which now means that not only will the smokers be relocated that as part of our agreement with the EPO that all doors to the building remain closed during operation. That alone will stop most of the noise issues with the crowd noise and music noise both being relocated to a more suitable location.
We love our customers and would not be able to operate without them however at the same time we expect the love and respect to go both ways and that our customers would not want to affect the club negatively and by doing so only shows a lack of respect and disregard to the safety and reputation of the club and their fellow customers.
We are dealing with young people having a good time and enjoying themselves as their human right during the prime of their life, however that is not an excuse to act recklessly, causing misery, harm or inconvenience to anyone else.
So asking for an increase of our licensing hours is just asking as new owners with a new vision and completely different ideals that we have the chance to show our good intentions and be treated fairly and without prejudice. It would be naive of me to think we can simply wipe what has been done as that is not how the world works, we know trust is earned and it is going to take allot of work, even more so with the current reputation to gain back the trust lost over the years.
Also with recent televised documentaries increasing the public's awareness of the dark side of the nightclub industry we can understand the tension and that the public and authorities have had enough!
We want to build a club with the issues highlighted among the top of its priorities and give way to a venue that has the safety and reputation of the community as a whole in mind and not just its customers.
We want to get involved with the community in as many ways as possible and look forward to future meetings with police and other club owners in the pubwatch scheme to see what we can do.
Addressing the concerns raised of future plans to open during the week not only will these also be monitored and regulated to the same standard but also you have nothing to worry about as I will explain:
We are hoping to open a night specifically for uni goers and have lots of ideas we are looking to implement which will mean even less chance of nuicance but provide students with a new venue offering nights out for people on a tight budget. The music on these nights will be much different and geared towards that demographic but expect to see popular artists that havent been to Tribal or maybe even colchester organised on these nights.
We will actively encourage responsible drinking and will monitor peoples drinking levels to make sure that people are drinking responsibly and not causing danger to themselves or others.
There will be transport arranged and provided to students to make sure they get home safely and not be left wandering around the town drunk.
We are implementing a get home safely scheme and that if we feel that anyone doesn't have the ability to get themselves home safely we ourselves will arrange for a taxi to take them home.
We have plans to host a variety of different nights none of which will be of anywhere near the same level of intensity of the usual Fri and Sat and with the future plans of creating the 3rd floor lounge area have comfortable seated venues to host everything from open mic nights to live music and battle of the bands.
There are also plans to operate during the day as a venue for womens fitness with trainers being able to rent the venue and hold classes like Zumba fitness amongst others ideas.
We even have plans to create a version of the commonly known school style social club with a possibility of having many different types of entertainment other than music to participate in but a place to stay of the streets and socialise together under one roof.
We want to create a bar that people can come to prior to Tribal where they can relax and talk with music at comfortable levels and have a fully stocked cocktail bar to enjoy sociable drinks before the doors to Tribal open.
As new owners allows us to try, we have many ideas and no doubt we will experience mistakes along the way but together as long as we maintain full cooperation with the community there is never a reason for anything to get out of hand.
It would not be in the interest of us to start up a dying business. Already it has cost allot of money to alter the building in response to our customers and that of the community with so much more planned. This can be an interesting journey with the opportunity to get to know everyone in the area we just ask that you give us a go at it.
regards
Jason Fury
First of all I would like to thank you for taking the time to voice your concerns, which gives me this opportunity to reach out to you directly and to hopefully build a better relationship by informing you that we have been told of the issues that have been effecting the local residents and the actions that we have already undertaken and actions that are due to be undertaken, to ensure we work in harmony with the community. I would like to say that i am deeply saddened and concerned to hear of all the stress and inconvenience that you have had to endure prior to us taking over and we think this is unacceptable by any standards. I will try to address all comments as a whole. Regarding the destruction and damage to residents possessions/property , please note that we will not tolerate any behavior of this sort and if it continues we will refuse the customer access to the club and pass the necessary details over to the relevant authorities. We are working very closely with the council, local police and the local environmental agency to ensure that we follow and stick to their guidelines which inturn will benefit the local area. Keeping the local community and authorities happy is amongst one of our highest priorities. Please understand that we are completely new owners and ask that you treat us as such and give us the chance to prove that we not only mean well and have your best interests at heart. As a business it is not in our interest to work against, but to work alongside the community. We hope that we can work together and have a positive future. In regards to the licence extension, please understand to those who are not familiar or are not aware that nearly all clubs in Colchester already have a 3:00 to 3:30am licence including events run by Essex University and Tribal is one of a very small handful that has the 2am licence, so from a business point of view, it puts us in some what of a disadvantage. We understand previously why Tribal was restricted to a 2am licence as there were many times rules and regulations were breached and sometimes just outright ignored which could only ever result in the restriction of operational hours. In regards to the issues we were made aware of not only am I still amazed that action had not been taken sooner I myself personally wouldn't have the audacity and feel that as an owner of such an establishment it could not be seen any other way than deliberately provoking authorities and essentially committing business suicide Already we have met with a representative from the police, the local licensing officer and the Environmental Protection Officer. I rang and sought out this meeting personally as it was paramount that these issues were addressed. Let me be completely honest with all of you that I was shocked and taken back by what I was informed of and at no point did I realise or was I made aware of most of these issues prior to sale. We immediately have adhered to and followed all requests made by the authorities and intend to do much more and it has only motivated and inspired me to think of ways I can reach out to the community and not only mend relationships but improve them further. I have not been involved in the Club and entertainment scene for some time with myself also being a family man with a wife and child I feel that I have entered into the industry with a fresh but mature head on my shoulders which allows me the ability to see how we as an establishment affect our neighbours while we are open and not just that of our customers. We will be monitoring the noise levels and conduct of our customers with zero tolerance of behavior that is of a anti social nature and controlling the noise levels of customers as they come and go from the premises. We will deal swiftly with any behavior which is damaging to the clubs reputation. I will say that if you ever see or experience any anti social behavior from our customers do not hesitate to contact us immediately and we will deal with it right away and work with the police to ensure that this does not happen again and any individual or individuals responsible are made accountable for their actions. This doesn't just apply to reports of antisocial behavior if you have any problems you would like addressed then I would encourage and be happy to take your calls and work with you to ensure that we solve the issue. So to the user that lives behind us that has had to deal with the stress first hand please dont hesitate to call I would be more than happy to ensure that you are not disturbed by the noise and will have people regularly monitoring noise levels on the hour to maintain sound levels as to not cause a nuisance. There will be perimeters in operation during the night limiting customers from being anywhere down the alleyway and that full clear access to the public will always be available. We will have signs stating and asking customers when leaving to please consider our neighbours when leaving and to keep the noise level down so as not to disturb people. Door staff will be their to act on anyone who is causing a nuisance and remind them to think of their clubs reputation and to keep their noise levels down. It will already be noticeably quieter as we have removed the smoking area that was in violation which now means that not only will the smokers be relocated that as part of our agreement with the EPO that all doors to the building remain closed during operation. That alone will stop most of the noise issues with the crowd noise and music noise both being relocated to a more suitable location. We love our customers and would not be able to operate without them however at the same time we expect the love and respect to go both ways and that our customers would not want to affect the club negatively and by doing so only shows a lack of respect and disregard to the safety and reputation of the club and their fellow customers. We are dealing with young people having a good time and enjoying themselves as their human right during the prime of their life, however that is not an excuse to act recklessly, causing misery, harm or inconvenience to anyone else. So asking for an increase of our licensing hours is just asking as new owners with a new vision and completely different ideals that we have the chance to show our good intentions and be treated fairly and without prejudice. It would be naive of me to think we can simply wipe what has been done as that is not how the world works, we know trust is earned and it is going to take allot of work, even more so with the current reputation to gain back the trust lost over the years. Also with recent televised documentaries increasing the public's awareness of the dark side of the nightclub industry we can understand the tension and that the public and authorities have had enough! We want to build a club with the issues highlighted among the top of its priorities and give way to a venue that has the safety and reputation of the community as a whole in mind and not just its customers. We want to get involved with the community in as many ways as possible and look forward to future meetings with police and other club owners in the pubwatch scheme to see what we can do. Addressing the concerns raised of future plans to open during the week not only will these also be monitored and regulated to the same standard but also you have nothing to worry about as I will explain: We are hoping to open a night specifically for uni goers and have lots of ideas we are looking to implement which will mean even less chance of nuicance but provide students with a new venue offering nights out for people on a tight budget. The music on these nights will be much different and geared towards that demographic but expect to see popular artists that havent been to Tribal or maybe even colchester organised on these nights. We will actively encourage responsible drinking and will monitor peoples drinking levels to make sure that people are drinking responsibly and not causing danger to themselves or others. There will be transport arranged and provided to students to make sure they get home safely and not be left wandering around the town drunk. We are implementing a get home safely scheme and that if we feel that anyone doesn't have the ability to get themselves home safely we ourselves will arrange for a taxi to take them home. We have plans to host a variety of different nights none of which will be of anywhere near the same level of intensity of the usual Fri and Sat and with the future plans of creating the 3rd floor lounge area have comfortable seated venues to host everything from open mic nights to live music and battle of the bands. There are also plans to operate during the day as a venue for womens fitness with trainers being able to rent the venue and hold classes like Zumba fitness amongst others ideas. We even have plans to create a version of the commonly known school style social club with a possibility of having many different types of entertainment other than music to participate in but a place to stay of the streets and socialise together under one roof. We want to create a bar that people can come to prior to Tribal where they can relax and talk with music at comfortable levels and have a fully stocked cocktail bar to enjoy sociable drinks before the doors to Tribal open. As new owners allows us to try, we have many ideas and no doubt we will experience mistakes along the way but together as long as we maintain full cooperation with the community there is never a reason for anything to get out of hand. It would not be in the interest of us to start up a dying business. Already it has cost allot of money to alter the building in response to our customers and that of the community with so much more planned. This can be an interesting journey with the opportunity to get to know everyone in the area we just ask that you give us a go at it. regards Jason Fury JasonFury
  • Score: 42

6:16pm Mon 23 Jun 14

JImmyogre says...

Disley Titchbender wrote:
Since the closure of The Oliver Twist and The Silk Road, criminal damage caused by drunks, to the vehicles parked in NewTown, has diminished greatly. Do we really need to have more drunks staggering home at this time of the morning with no street lighting, and the mindset that because they're mentally impaired through drink, that they have "carte blanche" to cause wanton destruction and damage to the possessions of ordinary folk, on their transit to wherever they inhabit? Why the hell does anybody need to open a club until 03:30? Who ever agrees to license this venture, really do needs their bumps feeling.
Christ, weren't you young once?
[quote][p][bold]Disley Titchbender[/bold] wrote: Since the closure of The Oliver Twist and The Silk Road, criminal damage caused by drunks, to the vehicles parked in NewTown, has diminished greatly. Do we really need to have more drunks staggering home at this time of the morning with no street lighting, and the mindset that because they're mentally impaired through drink, that they have "carte blanche" to cause wanton destruction and damage to the possessions of ordinary folk, on their transit to wherever they inhabit? Why the hell does anybody need to open a club until 03:30? Who ever agrees to license this venture, really do needs their bumps feeling.[/p][/quote]Christ, weren't you young once? JImmyogre
  • Score: 2

6:18pm Mon 23 Jun 14

JImmyogre says...

*Leon* wrote:
lets hope your punters wont be getting TRIBAL when they leave
you might think life's a bit of a video game mate
but be warned colchester is at a very thin end at the moment and is in no mood for any further issues.
i loved this quote in the article,
“When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down.
you and your bar will be going down if it steps out of line
WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH
WAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
HAHAHAHA good one LEON..
[quote][p][bold]*Leon*[/bold] wrote: lets hope your punters wont be getting TRIBAL when they leave you might think life's a bit of a video game mate but be warned colchester is at a very thin end at the moment and is in no mood for any further issues. i loved this quote in the article, “When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down. you and your bar will be going down if it steps out of line WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH[/p][/quote]WAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHA good one LEON.. JImmyogre
  • Score: 2

6:19pm Mon 23 Jun 14

JImmyogre says...

Dunja Dee Ashmore wrote:
Great, not!!! We live behind the club, and have had great battles with environmental health over the noise and extended hours preventing us and our baby from sleeping, or hearing the tv! These past few weeks have bliss! I'm gutted and disappointed beyond words!!!!! :( And as for.opening during the week, that's disgraceful! Families and working people have to live here, and its bad enough without adding more opening hours! Phone calls shall be made Monday!
I fail to see how. I'm an avod tribal clubber.... you can barely hear anything outside the venue!!!

Maybe you shouldn't live in the middle of town. Jog on...
[quote][p][bold]Dunja Dee Ashmore[/bold] wrote: Great, not!!! We live behind the club, and have had great battles with environmental health over the noise and extended hours preventing us and our baby from sleeping, or hearing the tv! These past few weeks have bliss! I'm gutted and disappointed beyond words!!!!! :( And as for.opening during the week, that's disgraceful! Families and working people have to live here, and its bad enough without adding more opening hours! Phone calls shall be made Monday![/p][/quote]I fail to see how. I'm an avod tribal clubber.... you can barely hear anything outside the venue!!! Maybe you shouldn't live in the middle of town. Jog on... JImmyogre
  • Score: 3

9:00pm Mon 23 Jun 14

A Very Primate Gentleman says...

*Leon* wrote:
lets hope your punters wont be getting TRIBAL when they leave
you might think life's a bit of a video game mate
but be warned colchester is at a very thin end at the moment and is in no mood for any further issues.
i loved this quote in the article,
“When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down.
you and your bar will be going down if it steps out of line
WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH
Wind your neck in "leon" since when were you made spokesperson for the people of Colchester? Paranoid, deluded little muppets like you have no clue how the real world works outside of your little bubble of medication and booze now run along it'll soon be time for your medicine.
[quote][p][bold]*Leon*[/bold] wrote: lets hope your punters wont be getting TRIBAL when they leave you might think life's a bit of a video game mate but be warned colchester is at a very thin end at the moment and is in no mood for any further issues. i loved this quote in the article, “When the opportunity came up, it was hard to turn down. you and your bar will be going down if it steps out of line WE HAVE HAD ENOUGH[/p][/quote]Wind your neck in "leon" since when were you made spokesperson for the people of Colchester? Paranoid, deluded little muppets like you have no clue how the real world works outside of your little bubble of medication and booze now run along it'll soon be time for your medicine. A Very Primate Gentleman
  • Score: -1

10:15pm Mon 23 Jun 14

LucyLane90 says...

New owners boo! I love that place, its the only place thats really dark and dingy - perfect for underground house and dub nights. Why is it changing? My friends told me they are still doing the same parties there though so how is it changing? xxx
New owners boo! I love that place, its the only place thats really dark and dingy - perfect for underground house and dub nights. Why is it changing? My friends told me they are still doing the same parties there though so how is it changing? xxx LucyLane90
  • Score: -3

8:59am Tue 24 Jun 14

romantic says...

Dunja Dee Ashmore wrote:
Great, not!!! We live behind the club, and have had great battles with environmental health over the noise and extended hours preventing us and our baby from sleeping, or hearing the tv! These past few weeks have bliss! I'm gutted and disappointed beyond words!!!!! :( And as for.opening during the week, that's disgraceful! Families and working people have to live here, and its bad enough without adding more opening hours! Phone calls shall be made Monday!
Are you sure it's Tribal that you're talking about and not the What Bar at the top of Queen St? Correct me if I am wrong, but there are no houses really close to Tribal, whereas there are places right at the back of What Bar (now Rumbarosa), and there have been ongoing complaints about the place.

I've been into Tribal a couple of times and the amazing thing is to leave the place and realise that it is really loud inside yet you can scarcely hear the place from the outside.
[quote][p][bold]Dunja Dee Ashmore[/bold] wrote: Great, not!!! We live behind the club, and have had great battles with environmental health over the noise and extended hours preventing us and our baby from sleeping, or hearing the tv! These past few weeks have bliss! I'm gutted and disappointed beyond words!!!!! :( And as for.opening during the week, that's disgraceful! Families and working people have to live here, and its bad enough without adding more opening hours! Phone calls shall be made Monday![/p][/quote]Are you sure it's Tribal that you're talking about and not the What Bar at the top of Queen St? Correct me if I am wrong, but there are no houses really close to Tribal, whereas there are places right at the back of What Bar (now Rumbarosa), and there have been ongoing complaints about the place. I've been into Tribal a couple of times and the amazing thing is to leave the place and realise that it is really loud inside yet you can scarcely hear the place from the outside. romantic
  • Score: 0

5:34pm Tue 24 Jun 14

G.Speel says...

Perhaps Jason Furys' comment could be in line for an award to compete with the length of War & Peace!!!! It's a shame so many people have to go to places like this and can't enjoy themselves without causing problems to others. CBC licensing need to think more seriously and sensibly about who & what premises they grant licences to.
Perhaps Jason Furys' comment could be in line for an award to compete with the length of War & Peace!!!! It's a shame so many people have to go to places like this and can't enjoy themselves without causing problems to others. CBC licensing need to think more seriously and sensibly about who & what premises they grant licences to. G.Speel
  • Score: 0

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