CHRISTMAS revellers can enjoy the wonder years with a big club night reunion in Wirral over the festive period.
Nightclubs RJs and Playas are making a comeback for one night only.
The popular nightspots were situated along New Brighton promenade and closed in July last year.
The reunion party will take place next door to the old place at iKandi this Sunday, December 23.
It will feature top DJs from the old days including Steve Cocky and Lee Butler, plus special guest K-Klass performing live with hits Rhythm Is A Mystery and Finally.
Organisers Gary Laycock and Tim Herring, who managed the two clubs, decided to hold the reunion to mark the end of an era now work has begun on the former RJs and Playas building.
JD Wetherspoon is spending more than £1m redeveloping it.
Tim said: “Everyone kept asking if the clubs would open again, but it was just a matter of time before Wetherspoon began redeveloping it.
“We wanted to do the reunion to revive the RJs club nights of the 1990s.
“People will be back home for the festive season so this is a great chance to relive the old days.
“A lot of people grew up with RJs as it was open for 25 years. Playas, which was in the same building, was open for eight years. Both venues were popular and were packed out every weekend.
“We had big names DJing in RJs who now work at Radio City and have gone on to produce dance tracks. They were trendsetters.
“So many people worked there as well. I was a glass collector and worked there for 15 years.
“RJs was successful throughout its 25 years. It was the only late-night venue in New Brighton for about 10 years before it closed.
“This reunion will bring back great memories for everyone.
“It is an end of an era for lots of people and this is the last goodbye to the two clubs.”
The reunion party will be held over the two floors at iKandi.
Fun starts at 10pm until 5am.
Admission is £3, on the door.