Classes, which have already started, will run seven days a week with 12 classes per day from Sunday to Tuesday, and between eight and 10 classes per day from Wednesday to Saturday.
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Zouk will also host a movie club four nights a week with themed movie nights, as well as food and beverage options provided by brand partners. More details about the film club will be revealed on Zouk’s social media in the coming week.
According to Andrew Li, CEO of Zouk Group, “We moved quickly and decisively to pivot Zouk’s business model to scale and innovate beyond our traditional offering. We’ve always been in the business of experiences and entertainment, we’re just venturing into new avenues to delight audiences with the Zouk twist, within the confines of today’s climate.
In August, Zouk transformed its high-end Capital lounge space into a pop-up restaurant named Capital Kitchen, located on the second floor of the Zouk complex.
The catering area is open from Wednesday to Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and can accommodate 100 guests.
Li said the Capital Kitchen concept has been well received. “Putting the Zouk twist on fitness and film is a natural progression for us,” he added.