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Studio 54 The Legendary Nightclub Studio 54 one of the most well known clubs opened its doors to the public on April 26 1977 Its enormous size and glamour attracted thousands of people and just being able to get in meant you were very fashionable A variety of people entered the club and had the opportunity to listen and dance to the greatest beats of the time The club was originally an old theatre and many people had been interested in turning the old theatre into a nightclub However it wasnt until Steve Rubbel and Ian Schager signed the lease for the building that something really happened Both Steve and Ian had been working in the night club business so prior experience was a main factor in the success of the club One of the reasons why studio 54 stood out was because of its size and decoration To begin with it measured 100 meters long by 80 meters wide Since it was an old theatre the balcony and the stage was left on purpose to give a theatrical feel In the balcony there were sitting areas with tables where guests overlooked the huge parquet floor An enormous strobe light decorated the club and brightly lit columns came down from the ceiling Around the dance floor there was a diamond shaped bar with mirrors everywhere In the basement of the club VIPs had the opportunity to feel distinguished in a room where only a privileged few could enter and have fun among the elite and fashionable people of the time Undoubtedly Studio 54 was a spectacular club both in appearance and style For the premier night of Studio 54 the owners hired a party promoter to invite the right people Five thousand invitations where given out Workers were working around the clock to
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