Luminar has put its entertainment division on the market, with bids invited in less than a week. The company was not expected to complete its review of the division, which includes the Chicago Rock Café and Jumpin Jaks brands, until May. A deadline for offers has now been set at 6 April with NM Rothschild handling the sale. A source told the Morning Advertiser: "Luminar’s entertainment division is still making a lot of money – around £330,000 per site. "But the Chicago Rock estate will need quite a lot of capital expenditure and Jumpin Jaks is performing extremely poorly in terms of sales growth." The 73-strong estate - 20% of it freehold - produces ebitda of £25m, putting an estimate of £130m on the sale. Trade buyers, private equity companies and property investors are thought likely to show an interest in the offering.