A SHAWLANDS nightclub is offering to marry loved-up couples for just £12.

The Shed is planning to make Valentine's Day special for couples on Friday, February 15 at 11pm at the Disco Stu’s Friday Night Fever event.

The venue’s marketing manager Marc Frossman has taken been ordained online by the “Universal Life Church”, alongside Tina from the cloakroom who will be witness and registrar for the event.

The club invites any couples to come along and get hitched at The Shed and pay nothing more than the standard club entrance fee of £6 per person or £4 for students.

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Marc said: “Most weeks in the club or around Shawlands we meet people that met their partners or spouses at a Shed night out, some go on to have “Shed babies” we love it when people tell us their own stories.

"Although the Valentine's Day weddings are just a bit of fun and not legally binding we’re putting in a lot of effort, we have had a stage constructed and designed our own wedding certificates, its going to be a lot of fun.”

A makeshift wedding chapel will come complete with seating for guests, and a platform for the ceremony to be conducted from.

Newlyweds will be supplied with a ring, a veil and at the conclusion of the ceremony, after the I do’s, a certificate of marriage and a photoshoot with the club photographer.

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The couple are then invited through to the main hall to enjoy their first dance together to some "banging disco".

There is no booking required for the wedding guests can turn up and we will see as many couples as possible.

While the venue is not known for weddings, it was originally The Marlborough a function hall that saw multiple wedding receptions and functions in its day.

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