Robbie Williams planning art gallery come nightclub

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Robbie Williams is planning to open an art gallery that turns to a nightclub.

The ‘Let Me Entertain You’ hitmaker has revealed his plans to open up an art gallery, where he will display some of his work, which will then transform into a club at night.

Speaking on an Instagram Live with his fans, he shared: “It’s going to be the opposite of Studio 54, which was exclusive and pretentious … Ithink what will happen is people will take the worst ones and go, ‘He’s trying to sell these.’ But f*** them. I’m really magnificently excited about it.”

During the livestream, Robbie showed off some of the small pieces of artwork, which were made from blocks of colour and had some of his most famous lyrics etched on them with a typewriter.

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