Luminar Leisure, Britain’s biggest nightclub operator, has instructed commercial property agent Gerald Eve to sell a further three of its nightclubs in Redditch, Stevenage and Wigan. Luminar is set to re-invest the proceeds in its core estate to add new elements such as live music, private karaoke booths and comedy nights. This follows this format at Luminar’s new Project venue in Norwich, which includes Jongleurs comedy nights on Fridays and Saturdays. The three venues up for sale are: - Liquid and Envy, Stevenage Leisure Park. The 25,000 sq ft purpose-built club has a capacity of 1,990 and available on a 25 year lease, which began in 1996. - Elements & Legends, King Street, in Wigan. The 16,412 sq ft building which operates across three stories and dates from 1877, has a capacity of 1,270 and is available on a 25 year lease from November 2000. - Fuse, Church Road, Redditch. The 16,894 sq ft venue, which was originally the Art Deco Gaumont Palace Theatre, is held on a 25 year lease, which expires in April 2026. The capacity is 1,100. No guide prices have been given for the sites, which bring the number of venues that Gerald Eve has been instructed to sell to 15. Of these, six have been sold: clubs based in Leeds, Basingstoke, Harlow, York, Shrewsbury and St Helens. The 65,475 sq ft block containing Lava & Ignite in Preston is under offer and Liquid in Redhill, Surrey, has gone to market. Other sites in Romford, Kingston, Birmingham, Kingston, Romford and Bolton are still available. Gerald Eve leisure partner Chris Ford said: “These disposals will allow Luminar to focus its energy’s on adding value to its customers experience across its core estate. “Despite what continues to be a tough market there has been an increased level of enquiries from trade operators since the start of the year. We currently have good interest in some of the other Luminar nightclubs we are marketing in Romford and Bolton.”