Trinity nightclub, in Green Point, is one of the most luxurious and unique events venues in the Mother City.
Trinity boasts state-of-the-art entertainment, decor that complements whatever theme is appropriate to the client’s requirements, and three restaurants, each with distinctive menus to suit all palates.
The club’s uniqueness comes from the multi-levelled layout. Each level has its own extraordinary ambience, with decor to match.
Not just the perfect event venue, Trinity is also an event planner’s dream as it provides services for events, including food and beverage catering requirements, full staffing and AV/technical solutions.
Trinity is open Monday to Sunday from 12pm to 4am.
- Physical Address: 15 Bennett Street
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