Club 71 on Hollywood Road, Central. The 2019 anti-government protests and this year’s Covid-19 pandemic have put it out of business. Photo: Weng Tung Club 71 on Hollywood Road, Central. The 2019 anti-government protests and this year’s Covid-19 pandemic have put it out of business. Photo: Weng Tung
Club 71 on Hollywood Road, Central. The 2019 anti-government protests and this year’s Covid-19 pandemic have put it out of business. Photo: Weng Tung

Club 71, go-to bar for artists, activists and creatives in Hong Kong, to close – killed off by the coronavirus pandemic

  • Club 71, hit hard by a year of anti-government protests, and then by the Covid-19 pandemic, will close at the end of October
  • The bar – and its predecessor Club 64 – were known for cheap drinks and a clientele that included ‘Long Hair’ and filmmakers Christopher Doyle and Herman Yau

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Club 71 on Hollywood Road, Central. The 2019 anti-government protests and this year’s Covid-19 pandemic have put it out of business. Photo: Weng Tung Club 71 on Hollywood Road, Central. The 2019 anti-government protests and this year’s Covid-19 pandemic have put it out of business. Photo: Weng Tung
Club 71 on Hollywood Road, Central. The 2019 anti-government protests and this year’s Covid-19 pandemic have put it out of business. Photo: Weng Tung
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