By 1986 it was known as the Gatsby Club and neither were listed from the end of 1986. Graham Hardy remembers it was still open circa 1979. Also known as a jazz venue called Birdland, now the St. Pauls Boxing Club?Graham Hardy suggests it was a ballroom dancing venue that started playing Rock & Roll in the interval, which then became more popular and so on. The Stones, Philip Norman. Bailey's closed its doors and was put up for sale in August 1977 due to falling attendances. Share on Facebook Share. We would like to thank you for a wonderful 2022 and we look forward to seeing you in 2023! There is says Peter Croskill, manager and part share owner in one of Hulls smaller town centre discos a certain amount of misunderstanding, as so many places of ill repute are associated with discos. There are other T.C.s in the area (Grimsby has a pub called this near the Fish Dock) but may not be connected. A cabaret club open in the early 1970s, with an excellent name, and its logo was a cute Penguin carrying a drinks tray (from an advert in the Hull Times, 2 May 1971. Club Website: www.scamps.homestead.com. Baileys closed its doors and was put up for sale in August 1977 due to falling attendances. First noted in the entertainments section of the Yellow Pages in 1981 - another part of the Mecca Group, although I attended a party there in December 1980, so it must have opened earlier. Taylor joined the team in December 2021 and will be starting her level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People. Upstairs was Scamps which was I believe owned by the same people. May previously have been known as the Talk of the Town? Contact Information: Phone: 714-307-3040 Email: email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter -For breaking news and the latest stories,click here to follow Hull Live on Twitter. Rex Booth wrote an article in the Hull Times of 17th August 1973 entitled Theyre in the groove and the sound is Rock! [Sounds like Smashey & Nicey] that recorded the popular 50s nights at the club that were well attended by Hulls Teddy Boys. Excellent music, always. Can, Darryl Ways "Wolf" and New York Dolls, gave them directions to get to the club. Listed in 1966 only and was probably an early dance venue similar to the Locarno but this has to be confirmed. twitter_user = 'via=hullmusicarchiv'; Copyright 2022 Hull Music Archive,All Rights Reserved. The first of a new breed of clubs, which accompanied a shift in the music scene in general and was noted as a night-club for the first time in 1990. Shortly before that happened, we were young kids hooked on the promise of fun, mad action & Disco . Theres no question of them appearing at the door in jeans. Listed from at least 1960 as a ballroom dancing venue, but gone by 1963? Part of the Mecca Dancing group. Opened in 1999 from the ashes of the re-vamped Paradise Club. 25 year old Ray Copeland was appointed the manager of the 80,000 club, scheduled to open in August 1971. The Oddessy Diskotek, formerly known as Scamps, located at no. At the moment he finds what all the other DJs I spoke to find that what pleases the majority is the Motown sound. as a more trendy venue. Keep yourself to yourself and you are OK; and he believes there is far less chance of a fight breaking out in a disco than in a dance hall. Circa 1982. Andre Brannan was also an early visitor:- 'Have fond memories of Malcolms from 72 to 74. Thousands of people have already joined the groups to share news and start conversations. Chris Ketchell suggested this was the contact address for a mobile disco. In 1970 plans were submitted for an extension to the Bishop Lane Club which involved the development of former property in Stewarts Yard, to the south of the original buildings of No.2 Bishop Lane. Both Scamps and Hofbrauhaus had strippers on during the day at one time or another. Noted as a Sunday night concert stage that occasionally featured jazz bands, but you could dance Mid 1970s? Mark Peacock recalls it was part of the Hull Brick Company, a promotional company that formed in 1970 and was responsible for attracting larger bands to Hull (usually at the City Hall) T Rex, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Yes, Free, Lindisfarne, Mott the Hoople, etc. However, it never seems to have been listed in the telephone directories, unless it was classed as a pub - everyone knows it was in the old Skylines premises, so where was it recorded? Gondola Club & Coffee Bar, Little Queen Street. The majority of his friends visit discos two or three times a week, and Terry and his pals find them the current in-place to meet girls. 15 with a Bullet. John Peel did at least one gig there. My memory of it really is as a coffee bar. Now  Enigma. It was a place you went after going round town and where you could get a drink after pub closing hours. Legendary local hot-spot, listed as a night-club for the first time in 1984. But those who admit to being under 18 on one night may want, for drinking purposes, to be over 18 on another. Now famed for the phrase Tower fur n owerr, which is where you go when the pubs close in Hull. . Also a restaurant, but it had a dance floor and a disc jockey and separate bars, so it wasnt just a restaurant. Venue: Locarno Ballroom by Nick Boldock on 11th February 2018 A legendary local nightspot of the 1960s, the Locarno was the place to be until its closure in 1971. Our daily newsletter- To get the latest headlines direct to your email inbox every day,click here. Listed under clubs, social & general from 1971 but may have been known as a more of a dance venue (as Ruf 15 was) as it was to become the Rio Discotheque in 1973. Listed in the telephone directories from 1970 until 1977 under clubs, social & general and (students and teachers), which may have been some sort of licensing loophole i.e. Later the Jailhouse, Blue Lamp etc. Keith, Kitti and Lesley have all COMPLETED (YIPPEE)their level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People. Usually opened till 2pm'. Mole, who had run The Discotheque in Whitefriargate - he was also an antiques dealer. Rebuilt after blitz damage in the 1950s. 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In 1973 there was a section for Night Clubs for the first time in the Yellow Pages, but the only club listed in this section was Tiffanys until 1978-79 when Romeos & Juliets appeared. Some of the Hull Jazz music clubs proved to be long-standing, such as those held at the Corn Exchange, the Haworth Arms (known as the Phase Two Club by the late 60s) and the George Hotel (corner of Walton Street), which enjoyed a boom in interest in the 1970s. In the 1980s it became. etc. Noted for the first time in 1963 as the Wellington Social Club, under clubs, social & general but was probably more of a working mens club until its new lease of life in the late 1970s (?) Keith Daddy recalls Hofbrauhaus had strippers and topless go-go dancers at lunchtime for a couple of years and Dave Burton remembered he and Keith used to go and sit there with just half a pint a very cheap afternoon out [they only went for the beer of course]. We also put the latest news in our Instagram Stories. New kid on the block opened circa 1998; catering for thirty-somethings apparently although their original promotion suggested they were introducing an over 25s club to Hull. They saw the need for a smaller venue and opened the Brick House in April 1971, which also opened during the day with a shop and a caf where records could be listened to. The Hull Times ran an article in July 1971 regarding the Bailey Organisations latest and largest night-spot; Baileys at Hull. Run by Reg Lane and Andrea Petty. It ran as a regular late night coffee club and disco after 10:30, when the resident DJ was Jeff Bunting. It later became a club known as Scamps, before developing into a nightclub in the 1980s called Le Beat and then Metro. Follow Hull Live on Facebook -Like our Facebook page to get the latest news in your feed and join in the lively discussions in the comments. A Coffee Bar type place within Alexandra Terrace on Hedon Road, that was known as a coffee bar, but allegedly one could also buy more illicit substances and have a dance (Graham Hardy remembers). Under the name of Montagues Club, part of the building of the former Dunwells Forge had become the Forge Bar, with the disc jockey sat directly in front of the old forge chimney. Sounds like a place were you grooved to the latest tunes. First listed as a night-club in the telephone directory of 1992, located next door to Club Sahara, with which it joined forces at some point in 1993 to create the larger Oasis. I mean in theory I know the date it opened - I have a file on it if only I could find it, I saw it recently. Still open in 1992 but closed by ? Hull Daily Mail - read now online on YUMPU News Magazine flat rate Subscription Read digitally YUMPU News digital subscription - 30 days free trial! He was speaking from a corner of Hulls newest disco plush, attractively designed, warm, comfortable, with its double-decker layout and on Tuesday evening a bachelors paradise where the guys are out-numbered by the girls 3 to 1. For cancellations or changes please text or call the team on, Please BOOK NOW using the Cheqdin Parents Portal or via the App, Cut off date is Friday 1st July after which late booking fees of 2.50 per child per session will be added, *** Please use SUBMIT ENQUIRY button for any registration queries before completing registration. It appeared to last less than two years and was not recorded in 1993. They opened a new club downstairs in june 1968 as Penny Farthing, and we moved our radio discos there. Before its demise, the club had originally opened on February 11, 1982, with a guest appearance by Radio 1 DJ Simon Bates. However, Graham Hardy has a different take: - 'I dont actually remember the Barracuda but do recall seeing a photograph of, from the Lowgate end, from what I can recall, would suggest that the Barracuda was on the opposite side to the Bishop Lane Club and was very near tothe Lowgate end. It was also a big part of Hull's Seventies clubbing. Coffee Bars had arrived in the 1950s, with all things exotic enjoyed by the more liberated post-war youth, and were epitomised by the 'Two-Is' Club in London. [.] Part of the Manchester Hotel and a very cool place to go in the late 1970s and early 1980s. The place would have been frequented by art students (the epitome of cool at that time). See Room. An application to transfer the Oddessy license was made in August, 1984. Francis was our Vice President, we went to all the opening dos and presentation ceremonies as we got him all sorts of awards. Taking over the old Fifty One Casino Club/Club 51 site, the Silhouette Club opened in 1979 owned by Zipwain Ltd., see right. I think I am correct in saying this was one of Hulls first Gay bars. Things appear to have come full circle now , and night-clubs (which is what this one thinks it is) have now reverted back to a fragment of their possible origins coffee bars. Many superb live acts appeared here (Steve Marriot, Albert Lee) and it was a great place for a boogie to good old Rock music. It re-opened in September 1972 as TIFFANYS (main hall) with a resident band plus DJs (myself - as Paul Alexander, and "Angus Androcules") and a smaller discotheue upstairs called Annabellas. An ex Hull Mod recalls 'Mod haunt 66-68. They DID have a casino licence, and also a dance floor and club operation. Paul Taylor was a regular, and he recalls: - 'Kestral on Charlotte Street Mews opened 1970 and the dance floor was on the 1st floor. Scamps of course became Odyssey (actually wasnt it spelt wrong?) It always had the same number - 28250.'. Opened over 40 years ago, Spiders has seen all the alternative music scenes come and go and managed to live to tell the tale. The team will be updating the wall murals and photo displays throughout the year now the halls have been repainted. This suggests a possible distinction between those listed as social clubs and those listed elsewhere, i.e. Easy places to crash a party I seem to recall. They have very regular bookings at various pubs in the district where they are an added attraction for the customers. If you are up there and others sit down, you stop up there, but you feel more self conscious if you get up early and you are the only ones. Regular dancing venue in the 1950s and 1960s and beyond. Took over, from what had been Olivers, in 1990 and was an excellent rough and tumble place. Join Scamp Club Animals of all sorts can join the ScampClub. Kitti also completed her Level 8 in Social Care, Children & Young People and will now take a break from the studying before moving into her management qualifications. He appeared one Thursday night and my friend and I were the only people in the club that night! Jeff also worked across the road at number 51, which was the legendary 51 Club. Charlotte joined the team in April 2022 and is doing a BA in Childhood & Youth Studies. Formerly the flea-pit Tower Cinema. More commonly, it was known as Bier Keller, but not referred to as such in the telephone directories. GESCO is a security company operating in various fields and basing on the principle of physical protection. Want to help keep the Archive going? First listed in 1987 as a night-club, known colloquially as el-aays and incorporating Luckies Bar upstairs circa 2001. By 1975 it was listed as Outsider Supertruck Discos, at No.61 Leonard Street. Enjoying a renaissance in the early naughties. . Robert has also completed his level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People. For the first few minutes when playing to a new audience the DJ must watch for their reaction and then cater for it throughout the evening. As always you can unsubscribe at any time. I have memories of this being the place to be when it first opened (my diaries say I was at a party there in February 1981), very new-wave, very black clothing, very drunk. It housed two bars and boasted 800 sq ft of mirrors, over 100 plants and a colour scheme of white, lemon, green and gold, and was advertised as the latest concept in clubbing entertainment. Another confusing name, Ceasars had been a Casino in George Street circa 1975-78 at nos.48-50, but this Ceasars was listed as a night-club from 1994 and despite the numbering appears to have taken over from Ku2, which was no longer listed from this year on. But they were not here for the beer; merely the fashion show later that night. Please take a look at the Staff Profiles page for more information. The empty property was eventually secured by a consortium of local investors after months of negotiations with refurbishment work starting on January 4, 1984. Sparkling black walls, floor awash with sticky beer, Sylvia (Focus) & Frankenstein (Edgar Winter Band) on the Juke Box, bliss. The club opened in 1961 when it was called Mecca's Hull Locarno Ballroom. Hull (Authors collection). Club Sahara and Quigleys joined forces to create one of Hulls rather down market night-clubs in late 1993. Site re-opened as a pub (?) See below right. Opened late 1990 (?) Listed concurrently with Locarno. Ten years later it underwent another revamp with. Now they can include snack bars, flashing lights, waitress service, drinks with meals all competing for one of the most attractive money markets in the country today the teenagers. Discoteque, rear of 48-49 Whitefriargate. 42, George Street, went up in smoke in the early hours of Sunday, January 8, 1984, when a fire broke out just after the club closed. Anyone remember Scamps? Why do he and his friends make these frequent visits? Jeff also worked across the road at number 51, which was the legendary 51 Club. SCAMPS. [Scheduled for demolition in summer 2009 as part of the continuing Ferensway regeneration]. Listed in the telephone directories under cafs and restaurants from 1964 until 1975. 25 year old Ray Copeland was appointed the manager of the 80,000 club, scheduled to open in August 1971. Listed under clubs, social & general from 1965 until 1977, when it was listed simply as the Flamingo Club. But even so it doesnt make us wish we were single again. This new music was epitomised by one group, as Ian Macdonald summed up well in his excellent book Revolution in the head - Though ultimately the product of influences deeper than pop, the Sixties soaring optimism was ideally expressed by it and nowhere more perfectly than in the music of the Beatles. Let us know your views on it. On the ground floor Braidy's Bar, a "fun drinkery," which . Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg - thanks Rob!). The reason I particularly remembered thephoto was that it struck me as being very coincidental that the old Barracuda was so close to the new beer hall in the Exchange on the corner of Bowlalley Laneby the same name'. So there the management are fighting to rectify a situation, which is not a problem to them alone, by currently using a pass system. Tony stresses it is essential to establish a communication between the disc jockey and the audience; There has got to be feed back; if the disc jockey doesnt communicate it will not be a success, he says, - and one wrong record could destroy an atmosphere its taken half and hour to build up.
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