AN iconic nightclub will fling open its doors to party-goers for a bank holiday bonanza.

The Pink Toothbrush in Rayleigh, will finally re-open on August 27, after being closed despite Covid restrictions easing last month.

The club customers it didn't want to risk their "health and livelihoods."


Bosses have released a statement this week, it reads: "After watching the ever evolving post restriction facts and figures unfold and looking at the positive developments within the hospitality sector as well as liasing with the relevant authorities, we now feel happier about the safety surrounding customers and staff members.

"With that in mind, we will now be re-opening on Friday, August 27, with a three night bak holiday programme of events.

"We would like to thank you all for your patience, understanding, and support through these difficult times, and as ever, you continue to show that the pink toothbrush clubbing family are the best there is.

"Thank you all so much from the bottom of our hearts, and we look forward to seeing you all when we re-open."