Mandurah’s Vault Nightclub back for 90s reunion night

Mandurah’s Vault Nightclub back for 90s reunion night

THE Vault is back – but for one nostalgic night only.

The popular night club in the Smart Street Mall, which closed in 2000, is pulling out all the stops this Saturday with a huge reunion and ’90s party at Murphy’s Irish Pub to which former patrons and staff and anyone who wants to reminisce about the ’90s, are invited.

Murphy’s Irish Pub owner Edward Janiec built and managed the Vault Night Club, which opened in 1996.

It replaced a Tafe office and part of the Mandurah Coastal Times and was one of the hot spots to go.

Edward is still asked for complimentary passes to the club even though he sold it more than 16 years ago.

“Staff and former customers have been saying for years that we should hold a reunion, including players from South Mandurah Football Club who we sponsored and who won the grand final in the late 1990s,’’ he said.

The former restaurateur (Sidewalk Café, Richochets, Edward’s Waterside Restaurant) plans never to retire and is more than happy with his Irish pub on Mandurah Terrace that boasts 4000 members and combines a popular restaurant, small night club area and family facilities.

Along with free entry to the reunion and party, there will be 200 glow sticks, ’90s-inspired drinks, $50 vouchers for the best ’90s dress-ups and a slide show of old photographs of the Vault.

DJ Tiger Trax will play all the best ’90s dance hits like MC Hammer’s Can’t Touch This, 5IVE’s When the Lights Go Out and Back Street Boys’ Everybody.