A Broad Street nightspot is welcoming back revellers but urging them to leave the shout-outs to them.
Rosies is lowering the music volume so clubbers won’t have to raise their voices in line with Covid-19 safety guidelines.
The popular multi-room club and late-night bar is limiting numbers to 300 visitors at any one time from 9pm to 3am on Friday and Saturday nights.
In pre-pandemic times, the nightclub would have five rooms playing house, club, rhythm and blues, disco and pop classics from the 1990s and 2000s.
This time round, it is only reopening its main room Dao, which provides house and dance, and Montana, which delivers rhythm and blues.
Customers allowed in each room will be restricted to 208 in Dao and exactly 100 in Montana. Dancing is also banned with tables replacing the empty floors.
Other precautions include temperature checks on arrival, a one-way system inside the venue, with social distancing graphics on the floors and coloured wristbands for each room so visitors do not mix.
There will be five hand-sanitising stations, with touchpoints cleaned every 15 minutes, ‘virtual’ DJs playing music at lower volumes so customers don’t have to shout and full table service with people remaining seated with the group they arrived with.
Robbie Mills, the general manager at Rosies, said: “I’m extremely happy to be reopening this Friday. We have gone above and beyond to ensure staff and visitors are safe.
“We look forward to welcoming our customers back and showing them a good time”.
Mike Olley, general manager of Westside BID, said: “We are pleased to see how our businesses are continuously adapting to government guidelines.
“We are confident that they are doing the right thing to ensure visitors are safe.”
Nearby Popworld Birmingham is also reopening this Friday (September 11).