Twist began life in a small room of a club called The Viaduct in November 2002. The Viaduct was given an over haul and re-named Fire by Steve Darragh and Twist began to become more and more popular. Within a year this weekly Sunday morning afterparty was packing them in and had become the Nations favourite hard dance afterhours.
From the off the music policy was all about the Best New Music, a policy which has been strictly adhered to to this very day performed by only the finest resident djs.
In May 2005 Twist was ousted from Fire (which then turned into a 100% gay club) and spent a year at Factory before settling in for the next couple of years at Crash. Many great parties followed including the famous Twistathons and the annual Karimathon.
2007 saw Twist launch their Saturday night party with the snappy name SNAT ( Saturday Night At Twist). When Crash was sold at the end of 2007, Twist decided to put on more special parties and not just in the afterhours slot. Hard Nation with Frantic at the End followed at Easter and Justin Bourne's memorable last set ever at Hard House History at the Colosseum.
Flying the flag tall and proud for hard NRG Twist retains it's title as supreme underground hard club, voted the best by the clubbers of Harderfaster 3 years in a row.