Professor Green shuts down his nightclub

It might have been opened for just 4 months, but rapper Professor Green's nightclub is all set to move on to new pastures. Since September, INK's home has always been One Leicester Square, but the owners, now, have closed it down temporarily so that it could reopen in a new venue.

This move was declared via the Twitter account of the club on Thursday. In a series of tweetes, they said: 'We're temporarily closed as we have now left Leicester Square. We're moving to an exciting new venue. We'll be announcing our new home asap.'

'We apologise for any inconvenience caused by any bookings/parties that may be affected by our departure. We'll be back very very soon!'

On the website of the club, they said: 'Happy New Year and many thanks to all our friends who made 2013 such an amazing year for INK.'

Green called INK as 'an East End club in the heart of the West End'.

Back in September, Professor Green started a bar with celeb mixologists Gerry Calabrese as well as his brother Jon. The brothers earlier founded Baroque - a Mayfair nightclub next to The Playboy Club.

The INK’s design was inspired by the work of furor tattoo artists Neil Ahern and Nikole Lowe, whose body art might be spotted along with graffiti murals as well as neon sculptures on the 5th floor of West End building.