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Ange Mystique to close for upgrade

Last December, Ange Mystique marked 10 years of providing top entertainment. The same month, Guvnor marked two years as the classiest hangout in the country. However, as Ange Mystique embarks on another decade, management has decided to give it a facelift! As such, management of “Kampala’s No.1 dance spot,” as its slogan goes have decided to close Ange Mystique from January 31 to give contractors enough space to do the work.

Ange Mystique was opened in 2002 as the premium wing of the then Ange Noir. Ange Noir, the parent establishment, was upgraded two years ago to the swanky Guvnor, Kampala’s premium night club.

According to the club’s Marketing Manager, Tshaka Mayanja, the upgrade will see Mystique completely get a new look and as such its class will go up. “We will let the public know when we will re-open. For now, we request our esteemed customers to be patient but expect a better Mystique,” Tshaka said. Tshaka told us that Guvnor will remain open to revelers and the usual programmes /theme nights will stay in place.

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