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NiteShift Club started out in 1988 in a rented premises along Opebi Road, Ikeja. The Club served as a meeting forum for professionals, entrepreneurs and opinion leaders as well as a venue where as exclusive class of Nigerians and foreigners could relax, discuss and have uninhibited fun. Nite Shift Club represented quality and excellence in Entertainment. The Club came to be regarded at the time, as the leading entertainment center in Nigeria.

The Nite Shift Coliseum, now at its permanent site, was opened on February 2, 1999.

The Coliseum operated successfully until December 18, 2003 when a mysterious fire razed the entire Arena (Club Floor).

After due approval from the relevant Government Agencies, reconstruction and rehabilitation work on the redesigned Coliseum started in January, 2004. The re-designed Coliseum Arena now has a sitting capacity for 1,400 guests against the previous 1,200. The re-designed Coliseum was formally opened on August 5, 2005.

The Coliseum comprises The Baby Coliseum (Security Tower), The Summit (Multi-purpose Conference/Banquet Hall), The Arena (Club Floor) and The Dacha(a 12-Room Bed & Breakfast Guest Lodge).

The Coliseum is a bold response to the cultural needs of our people. Its multi-purpose nature and cosy ambience give it an irresistible appeal to a cross section of Nigerians and Foreigners, with class and panache.

The Coliseum
retains The NiteShift character but with redefined objectives to meet the changing needs of a unique clientele, thus, making it a foremost complete Entertainment and Events venue in the country.












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