It is thought that declining footfall meant the 2,340-capacity venue was no longer profitable.
When it closed in January, Josh Currey, a senior sales rep at the club, told the Advertiser the closure was “a long time coming”.
“We’re a really big venue, with such high rent, and we’re just not making the money we need to survive. It’s a big shame. It’s going to be missed,” he added.
This week, crews from NDTL Contracts moved in and could be seen working to strip out fixtures and fittings from the club.
Workmen have started refurbishing Croydon Tiger TigerIt is not yet known what the building, part of the Grants entertainment complex in the High Street, is likely to be converted to.
The closure of the club was said to be a significant blow to the town’s nighttime economy, after numberous other clubs and pubs have closed in the town centre over the past five years, including the Black Sheep Bar, Shoosh and Yates’s.