“We’ve had a blast” – Fife nightclub set to close
A well-known Dunfermline nightclub is closing its doors after 37 years.
Johnsons, in Pilmuir Street, has been popular with successive generations since it opened in the early ‘80s.
At that time as well as a nightclub it was also a venue for live concerts.
Tonight, the news that the family-run club was closing was announced via social media.
The post read, “Well everyone, after 37 wonderful years, time has been called. No one can go on forever and Alfred and his family have decided that there is a whole world out there that they want to carry on exploring whilst they have their health and happiness.
“There are so many great memories and a many amazing people to thank for all gifts they have given us. Michelle and Seamus have devoted so many years to the Jiggies family.
“Warren and Brenda brought superb live musicians and unforgettable funk and soul nights for all the 80’s enthusiasts Natalie and Paddy kept us all safe.
“We’ve had a blast and now we just feel really grateful that we lived through it with all of you who have worked here with dedication, the musicians who have given us so many wonderful memories and especially you, our beautiful customers who, over a few generations danced, loved and supported each other and us too.
“We wish you all the funking love in the world.there that they want to carry on exploring whilst they have their health and happiness.
Johnson’s stands across the road from the Kinema Ballroom, another once-popular night spot now closed down.