PICTURES: More lost Sheffield nightclubs - how many of these other bygone venues did you go to?

Our gallery of lost Sheffield nightclubs brought back the memories - so we've dug out some photos of more lost clubs from our archives.

Wednesday, 5th December 2018, 8:06 am
Updated Wednesday, 5th December 2018, 8:10 am
This legendary Sheffield venue was loved by many - and welcomed the likes of The Sex Pistols and The Clash during its time.

Niche, Crazy Daisy, Scamps, The Boardwalk - and many more feature in our latest picture gallery. See how many of these you recall!

Clubbers at Peter Stringfellow's King Mojo club - one of Sheffield's earliest nightspots.
This venue has had a few different guises and homes - and has been a hit with generations of Sheffield clubbers.
A view of Niche when it was housed in Sidney Street.
Sheffield's King of Clubs, the late Peter Stringfellow, did much to boost the city's night life scene in the 1960s.
The dancefloor at Brannigans was dubbed 'a cavorting zone'
This Sheffield nightspot was considered the height of sophistication in the 80s.
Situated within this iconic Sheffield building was the Crazy Daisy, the club where The Human League's most famous line-up was formed.
Who remembers queueing to get in here in its heyday?
This popular club was always packed to the rafters and was a popular haunt for Sheffield's clubbers
Who can remember dancing the night away in here?
Pulse at Attercliffe - an out of town haunt for Sheffield clubbers
Shades aimed for a select clientele with its sophisticated surroundings.
The swish surroundings of Scamps in the 1980s.
The Adelphi at Attercliffe