Liberty Dube and Nyore Madzianike Entertainment Reporters
IN a welcome development for Mutare’s showbiz industry, a new uptown market entertainment joint, Club 263, will tonight (Friday) open its doors in the city centre.
The club, owned by prominent Harare-based show promoter, businessman and Devine Assignments founder, Biggie Chinoperekwei, will be the third branch after having established in Bulawayo.
The joint comes with a wide range of spectacular packages, among them an opulent lounge that enables fun lovers to have private gatherings, meetings and parties while boozing.
Celebrated emcee, DJ Stavo, MC Abisha Palmer X, DJ Too Bad will this weekend perform at the venue as part of the opening celebrations.
The joint is situated adjacent Megawatt Building where the now defunct night club, Gullivers was housed.
Chinoperekwei told The Weekender Entertainment that spreading tentacles to the eastern border had always been their wish.
“We would meet our patrons and fun lovers in Harare and Bulawayo who asked us to establish a joint in Mutare and we are happy that the dream has been fulfilled.
“We will officially open the doors tonight with an array of entertainers expected to be part of the opening ceremony,” he said.
Chipped in another member of the Devine Assignments management, Tatenda Gwatidzo: “This will be an ideal platform for pleasure seekers and socialites to have fun. The place will also be ideal for birthday parties, students nights, reggae nights among other festivities. We will be open everyday.”
Club 263 joins other entertainment hotspots in the Devine Assignments family such as Cecil Hotel, Club Connect, Archie’s, Private Lounge Harare and Private Lounge Bulawayo, Holly’s Hotel and City Sports Bar.