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Professor Green's nightclub searching for a new home

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Jan 12, 2014 | 8:37am EST

The nightclub owned by British rapper Professor Green has closed its doors just five months after opening in London's Leicester Square. The rapper, real name Stephen Manderson, opened nightclub Ink with 'mixologist' Gerry Calabrese in September (13), but he is now searching for a new home for his club after the owners of the property went into liquidation. The club's owners announced the move to an as-yet-unknown location on the venue's official Twitter.com account, writing, "We are temporarily closed as we have left Leicester Square. We're moving to an exciting new venue." A spokesperson for the rapper tells Britain's The Sun newspaper, "The nightclub brand Ink, owned by Gerry Calabrese and Stephen Manderson, has terminated its licence. The licence was given to the leaseholder and operator of the venue, Rise London Ltd. The company has recently notified them that it is going into liquidation.... Ink has met all its obligations under the licence agreement."

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