YOU might feel too old to queue for a nightclub then stumble out hours later – but are you ever too old for disco sparkle?

Nikki Spencer, director of Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet (HSDY), a funk, soul and disco club night aimed at over thirties, definitely does not think so.

She is bringing her boogie- tastic party, which is usually based in London, to Hove for a some Saturday night fever tomorrow.

The 57-year-old said: “I started the night mainly for people in their thirties, forties and fifties s who want to go out and dance, who don’t want to risk not getting into a club or feeling like they’ve gatecrashed a party full of twenty-somethings.

“Our age group isn’t being catered for but at HSDY they can come and feel comfortable and hear songs from the Seventies and Eighties played on vinyl.”

Nikki, who lives in Lewisham with her two daughters, started the night in 2010 and she holds about a dozen parties a year in various venues.

She said: “We had a lot of people coming up from Brighton to the London nights and telling me I had to start it up in Brighton so I set about finding a venue, which isn’t easy.

“On a visit I happened to walk past the King Alfred Ballroom and thought it would be perfect.”

HSDY is not your ordinary clubbing experience, as the DJ, Da’lynne, hula hoops between tracks and professional dancers come out to throw some shapes.

Nikki said: “It’s a really interactive night, where people can come down and have a good party. I always say, if you could bottle up the atmosphere of Haven’t Stopped Dancing Yet, you’d have world peace.

“The bar is cash only but it’s cheap, a bottle of prosecco is only £13.50.”

Ten per cent of profits Nikki makes from running the night are donated to Cancer Research.

Margaret Ousby, who says she is a bit younger than Madonna, is celebrating her birthday at HSDY in Hove tomorrow night.

She said: “I know Nikki from when we used to live in Manchester and I’d always wanted to go to one of the nights.

“I’m thrilled it’s coming down to Brighton. It’s an opportunity to have a really good boogie to music that means a lot to me because it reminds me of when I first started going out clubbing.

“It’ll be great to have a laugh without feeling a fool, I’ll be wearing a top with a Seventies’ psychedelic pattern which is floaty enough so I can throw my arms about.”

“Half a dozen of us are going to meet before we go out with a jar of glitter and a bottle of prosecco.”

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