Clubbing might be off the cards for the foreseeable future at Zouk, but partygoers can have their soirée in other fun ways. The entertainment institution, which owns nightclubs in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and the Genting Highlands, has rolled out different initiatives to stay afloat during the ongoing pandemic. Back in July, it transformed Capital Lounge into a pop-up restaurant. Now, the dance floor will morph into a spin studio by day and a cinema by night.
The result of a tie-up between Zouk and local spin studio Absolute Cycle, the club will host gym-goers for rhythmic cycling classes in its space. Running seven days a week at S$49 for a single drop-in class and S$570 for a 20-class pack, the classes will be set against the atmospheric backdrop of Zouk’s thumping music, dramatic lighting, and smoke machines.
When night falls, the same space will become Zouk Cinema Club, a new-age cinema boosting special lighting effects and quality sound systems. Currently, the club is awaiting its final approval to begin movie screenings, with plans to launch themed movie nights four times weekly. The experience will be coupled with cuisine from food and beverage partners.
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