8 South Tyneside nightclubs and pubs we loved and lost - but how many did you spend time in?

Fancy a pint or a cocktail? How about a reminder of the former pubs and nightclubs you enjoyed a tipple at in years gone by.

Wednesday, 27th January 2021, 12:28 pm
How many of these South Tyneside pub and club scenes do you remember?
How many of these South Tyneside pub and club scenes do you remember?

They may all be gone but we still have fond memories of all of these venues. From the Brunny to the Holborn Rose and Crown, we want your memories on them all.

Here are 8 photos of venues across South Tyneside that you may remember.

How many did you visit and which one would you love to see once more? Take a look at our collection and then get in touch to tell us more.

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The Beacon in Green's Place on the Lawe Top was one of the oldest pubs in South Shields, having served drinks since the late 1800s. It closed in 2015.
Did you love a dance and a chat to meet with friends at Ruperts disco?
The Brunny pictured in 2008 in Laygate. Remember it?
On the dance floor at the Tavern night club in South Tyneside in 1977. Was it a favourite of yours?
The Horsley Hill Hotel was on Marsden Road, South Shields. It closed in 2005 but was it somewhere you loved to go in its heyday?
All the way back to 1984 for this view inside Buddy's Nightclub. What are your memories of the venue back then?
This Hill Street venue was pictured in 2019 and faced demolition but we are sure it will bring back memories for a lot of people.
A photo with a difference but it shows Banwells nightclub in January 1986 after 1,250 cans of food were used as the price of admission to a Boxing Day fancy dress event.
We hope you enjoyed our trip back to South Tyneside's pub and club scene. To tell us more, email [email protected]