Bar & Beyond: Inside King’s Lynn’s newest club which is set to welcome celebrity guests Mark Wright, Lauren Pope, Jamie Laing and more

The light show in Bar and Beyond. Picture: Chris Bishop

The light show in Bar and Beyond. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

Corrugated iron and old scaffolding boards, neon and booths, splashes of paint and a graffiti artist whose pen's got the runs.

Bar and Beyond, on Norfolk Street. Picture: Chris Bishop

Bar and Beyond, on Norfolk Street. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

King's Lynn hasn't seen anything quite like Bar and Beyond, which opens tonight.

We had a sneak preview to look out a few of the highlights of its hipster-inspired revamp.

Inside the club's ground floor lounge bar. Picture: Chris Bishop

Inside the club's ground floor lounge bar. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

Former TOWIE star Laura Pope will be on the decks for the opening night on Friday, March 24, with Mark Wright entertaining party-goers on Saturday, March 25.

More celebrity guests lined up next month include DJ sets from Busted singer and songwriter Matt Willis, TV presenter and fashion designer Gok Wan and Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing.

A skull sprayed on rusty corrugated iron greets you at the door. Picture: Chris Bishop

A skull sprayed on rusty corrugated iron greets you at the door. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant


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The venue will be offering 50pc off food during the opening week, alongside the 'happy hour' offer with half price on all drinks from 5pm - 10pm everyday.

The Beyond club will be open Thursday - Saturday until 3am, with street-style food being served until 10pm.

Graffiti covers sofas in the lounge. Picture: Chris Bishop

Graffiti covers sofas in the lounge. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

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No more queuing at the bar, for starters. Drinks are brought straight to your table.

Customers can sip craft beers and cocktails amid the grungy decor and tuck into giant burgers, hotdogs or sharing platters.

Neon signs brighten up the walls of the club. Picture: Chris Bishop

Neon signs brighten up the walls of the club. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

Does it herald a new era for Lynn's Norfolk Street?

A peace sign behind the bar. Picture: Chris Bishop

A peace sign behind the bar. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

White horses gallop across a graffiti-strewn wall. Picture: Chris Bishop

White horses gallop across a graffiti-strewn wall. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

Painted bottles on the walls. Picture: Chris Bishop

Painted bottles on the walls. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

Splashes of colour and graffiti on a wall. Picture: Chris Bishop

Splashes of colour and graffiti on a wall. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

A hawk moth over a stairwell. Picture: Chris Bishop

A hawk moth over a stairwell. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

This way down. Picture: Chris Bishop

This way down. Picture: Chris Bishop - Credit: Archant

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