A Bury town centre bar which closed it’s doors earlier this year is being given “a new lease of life” with darts, pool, arcade machines and a “massive refurbishment”.

Propaganda on Silver Street, which shut in February will now be known as "Society".

It will open its “speak-easy space” to the public this Friday but has warned customers that entry is on a first come, first served basis and space is limited.

The new venue is currently refurbishing its main floor which is expected to be completed around the end of May.

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Bury Times: Preview of the new logo, image from Propaganda Bury Facebook pagePreview of the new logo, image from Propaganda Bury Facebook page (Image: Propaganda Bury)

On  social media, a spokesperson for the bar said: “11-13 Silver Street needed a new lease of life, and a whole new concept bringing to Bury… a bigger offering that will appeal to a wider audience.

“Jam packed with entertainment, delicious food, mega cocktails & great beer we bring to you Society on Silver Street.”

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A range of activities are being introduced into the venue including interactive darts, bottomless brunch, screens for sporting events, American pool, retro arcade machines  and live music and DJ’s until late.

Due to the ongoing refurbishment on the main floor, customers must access the basement’s “speak-easy space” via the side street entrance.

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There is a strict door policy and customers must be smartly dressed and no sportswear will be permitted.

Doors to the new venue will open from 7pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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