Tower Complex in Great Yarmouth closed due to ‘issues with the building’

PUBLISHED: 22:18 08 December 2016 | UPDATED: 22:34 08 December 2016

The Arena Nightclub, and Atlantis Tower,   Picture: James Bass

The Arena Nightclub, and Atlantis Tower, Picture: James Bass

Archant Norfolk Photographic © 2009

A stunned Tiffanys Reunion 4 organiser heard tonight the next event on Saturday, cannot go ahead at the Tower Complex in Great Yarmouth.

Hundreds of tickets for the Renion have been sold.

Dave Starbuck posted on Facebook: “I am currently trying to rescue the situation and source an alternative venue. The Edwin Starr Band are contracted and paid for, along with sound and tech crews etc.

“I need to source a venue and have a team of people actively seeking an alternative.”

He is asking those who have tickets to bear with him.

Ryan Martin, who co-runs the Complex on the seafront – which is also known as the Atlantis Arena – spoke to the Mercury tonight and said he had been told by the owner today that there was “an issue with the building,” and the event would have to be called off.

A clearly upset Mr Martin added:: “I want to make it right with everyone.”

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