PICTURES: Do you remember these Wakefield nightclubs of days gone by?

As it was announced this week that one of Wakefield's most popular nightclubs will be closing after five years, we take a look back at some of the city's most iconic hotspots.

Tuesday, 5th February 2019, 2:36 pm
Updated Thursday, 7th February 2019, 5:43 pm
Do you recognise any of these nightclubs from through the years?

Kooky, on Westgate, will close next month. Do you recognise any of these nightclubs from through the years? Want to add to the list? Send us your photos on Twitter and Facebook.

Rooftop Gardens and Casanovas, twinned night clubs in the city centre, were the places to be seen in Wakefield in the 1980s.
Kiko's, in Pontefract, was once a popular spot. Last year, it was announced that Wakefield Council were considering selling off the building for housing.

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Vicki, James, Ryan, Martin, Emma and Dynamo Dan enjoy a night out at Flares, on Westgate, in 2005. The nightclub is still open today.
Before Kooky, there was Mustang Sally's, city centre nightclub remembered fondly by many of our readers.
Bill Surtees is pictured in Mustang Sally's in 2004.
Of course, you can't forget Quest, on Westgate, Mustang Sally's sister bar.
In 2009, the bar began selling slippers to customers, offering them the chance to journey home in more comfortable shoes.
The infamous Buzz Bar was housed in Unity House, in the unit which is these days home to The Establishment.
And who could forget Havana? Matte, Kayle, Lisa and Steve enjoyed a night out at the Market Street hotspot in 2009.
John, laura, Sara and Kim in Kinkiindie in 2008.