TheFrz'nge Club

An all-dancing, all-drinking, all- eating extravaganza. Continuous performances from 10 am to 3 am seven days a week. Open free until 8 pm; thereafter membership re- quired. Season Ticket £12. Weekly Ticket £4. Daily Ticket £2. From the Fringe Office anytime, or the Fringe Club in the evenings.


Restaurant, Salad Bar, Carve «~‘5nd Beer Garden - Russell Harpy - Earl Okin ~ Mark Miwurdz - Skim Video . Urban Warriors - Top Fringe Stars - Disco - Late Night fizz ~ Dances,

- Four bars - ReSident Cabaret/"W

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Free, every night from ten till late, Fringe Groups entertain you into those wee sinall hours. Any-

Wine Bar and in ma‘inAGab’a'ret Hall following the Skint Video

you watch tomorrow’s and today’s Stars perform for you, or catch a sneak preview of some of the best acts on the Fringe. "

ESIDENT CABARET] i Every night it’s £3.00 includ ing membership of the Club. In‘the main Cabaret hall it’s Skint Video, Urban Warriors and Mark A In the dining room Earl Oliin does

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ni ght, from ' 10 pm to Kennedy in’the‘éba'sement Park Disco Bar refreshes the parts a day seeing the Fringe won’t—Le. your feet. Hot,

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”,nationa‘li Jazz Festival, cool licks ' from Swing ’86 at midnight on the 18th. Also, in the style of Django Rheinhardt, Tony and Stod’s Swing- masters at midnight on the 21st. Both in the Wine Bar, both free.

- ATS ~ Food available from lunchtime

till the smzillTibfii‘Sf‘Pfi'tti'ng the ‘00’ back in cooking and almost every-

' thing back into the pizza. Choose

definitely not ‘Festival Specials”. Would you believe Roast Beef off

the joint with’ifioast-pOtatoes, s‘weet- corn and sauce for £1.70? Tried and tested, and passed by the 41, 2, 23, 27 and/45 bus routes.

from the Carvery, the Restaurant or . the :Salad Bar at'prices that-are: '

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Where it‘s at is

'li‘Viot Row, Bristo Square

(cud ochorgc IV Bridge)

Tel: (367 2091

Friday Aug Rd) to Saturday Aug 30th

Open 10 am to 3 am, 7 days a week.


Where else will you find Russell Harty, the demagogue of chat-show hosts, in August? Russell presents two shows from the Fringe Club Main Cabaret Hall on Tuesday l9th and Thursday let, at approxi- mately 7.30 pm. Entry by ticket only. Tickets available free from the Fringe Office in advance.


Four bars to choose from and a Beer Garden for supping in the sun. Late licence till three in the morning, seven days a week. McEwan’s Lager 84p a pint. House wine 75p a large glass. Outrageous cocktails at sensible prices.


For those who want to cool offwith a cue, a shower or a pre-dawn bombing raid on a hapless foe—the Fringe Club has a Cringe Foyer. Book for snooks (until 8 pm only) or get the key for the showers at the

‘l-iront desk. Follow the blecps for

the games.


Just to prove you could spend the

entire Festival at the Fringe Club and learn something. Shakespeare’s Theatre (more perlorniance than lecture), seminars from Indepen- dent Theatre Council and SALVO, plus other events and classes. All details available at Club.


CEILIDHS All sorts of dancing for all sorts of tastes. You’ll only get better as the

night goes on. All at midnight in the Main Cabaret Hall and all free!

AS FOR THOSE LEFT OUTSIDE. They’ll want to roll rocks on you.