At the Tuxedo Princess, Anderston Guay. See Listings.

In February of this year The Hype presented an exclusive to Scotland by persuading Katharine Hamnett and Vidal Sassoon to do their first shows in a nightclub outside of London. This one-off proved highly successful, managing to pull in a capacity crowd of over 850 at Henry Afrikas. This obviously impressed the main men at Pepsi, as the Hype are now launching themselves on a regular basis at the Tuxedo Princess with their considerable financial backing.

The premiere will take place on 10 September and the successful combination of fashion and hair presentation will be repeated, with John Gillespie from Perth doing the honours this time. The week afterwill see a live performance by BE-AL, the first of many live bands performing at the Hype in the coming months.

The Hype may appearto have an elite nature, but the man responsible, Jazz, wants to attract a cosmopolitan crowd who can relax and simply have a good time dancing. This shouldn’t be too

only) nightclub. Presented by Bennets' DJ Craig Davis. [A]

I Hollywood Studios 1 1pm—-3am. £2. Sunday is the live band night at Hollywood studios.

I Hustle at Sub Club. 11pm—3.30am. £1. Having won their appeal. the Sub Club has successfuly managed to poach back Blackmarket and Hustle from Furys.

I The Hype at the Tuxedo Princess. llpm—late. £2 with ticket; £3 without. See panel

I Kick Crass at Henry Afrika's. 11pm—3.30am. £2. With DJ Dave Young. I The Legend at the Warehouse. llpm—3.30am. £2. All drinks 70p.

I Mr D's £3 (£2 with ticket). l0pm—2am. Look out for the Happy 1 lour 11pm--midnight.

I Palamino Club 9pm—3am. £1 .

I Panama Jax 10.45pm—3.30am. £1.51). Sunday Splash for house and requests. 75p all drinks including mixers.

I Raffles 10.30pm~2am. £2.50. Disco sounds with DJ Roddy Stewart. Vodka and lager 60p. [A]

I Savoy 1 1prn—3am. £2. Sundaysat the Savoy with lager only 85p and vodka 65p. 1le


I The Amphitheatre lllpm till late. £1 before 1 1pm; £2 after. Femalesfree before midnight. ()ver 25s Jeans and T-shirts night.

I Buster Browns 10pm—--lam. £2.25. Half price admission and drinks before 11pm. Worth a visit on Sunday if you've not been before.

I Cinderellas Rockerfellas 9.3(1pnt— lam. £1.50. Dress. along with atmosphere. is relaxed for this end of weekend outing. I Melting Pot at The Red Hot Pepper Club. 10pm—-3arn. £2.50. Dance-orientated night at the old Zenatec.


I The Alhambra 31 \Vaterloo Street.22l 3260. 8.30pm—rnidnight. Free. 60s and 70s sounds. Cheap spirits.

I The Breeze at Henry A frikas. llpm—3.30am. Complicated: staggered door prices are in operation here. so let's just say if you come early enough you get

hard, as Jazz and a variety of other guest DJs will be playing the latest Hard Core, Deep House and Hip Hop.

A variation on themes with acts and performances from around the world are promised by Jazz, who wants to make the Hype into the essential club night in Glasgow, come 1990 and Culture City year. With his confidence and ambition he might just manage it as well! (Colin Steven)

in for nothing. and the later you come the more expensive it becomes. There will be drinks promotions and the DJ is somewhat ‘original' shall we say!

I Club X at the Warehouse. 11pm-3.30am. £2. 'I'hankfully this new night has nothing to do with the dreadful programme of the same name on Channel 4!

I Freewheelin' at Fury Murrys.

1 1pm—3.30am. £1.50. A genuinely wide variety ofcult music from the 60s. 70sand 80s. breathing life into Glasgow's notoriously dull Monday nights.

I Jeans and T-shirt Night at Cleopatras. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1 with ticket). The popular Jeans and T-Shirt night makesits way west from the Cotton Club toCleo‘s. I Palomino Club 9pm—3am. £ 1.

I Savoy l 1pm—3am. £2. Over 25s” night with cheap drinks to entice you along: lager 85p and vodka 65p. [A]

I Warehouse ()ver 25s Night. 511p admission and drinks £1 .


I The Alhambra 31 \Vaterloo Street. 221 3260. Free. ts’0s' disco sounds. Some spirits 60p.

I Loveclub downstairs at Peggy Sue's. 10.30pm—2.30am. £1 .50. A new night at (as we all like to remember it ) ~16 West. featuring music by the likes of Bacharach. Lee Hazlewood and Scott Walker. for (ilasgow's groovers.

I Palomino Club 9pm~3am. £1 .

I Rhythm 'n' Blues at the (‘ottonClub 11pm--3.30am. £1 with ticket; £2 without. Can't imagine what sort of music will be played on this new night?

I The Shimmy Club at Bennets. 10.30pm—3am. £1 . ()ne of the longest running and consistently busy clubs in (ilasgow. Bennet's straight night offersa predictable but popular range of music. (let there early to avoid disappointment. I Streetbeat at the Warehouse. llpm-—3.30am. £4. David Walters with the latest chart and beat sounds.



I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street . 221 3260.8—12pm. Free. Club and chart night.

Some spiritsbllp.

I Go West at Cleopatras. 10.30pm—2.30am. £2 (£1 with ticket). (in West young man . . . deep into the heartof bedsit land and discover this great midweek club. [A]

I Club Nuovo at Knightsbridge SW1. £2.50. 75p lager. heavy. spirits. Mainly gay. playing largely house.

I Expansions at the Warehouse. 11pm—3.30am. £2. Promoting the best in hip-hop and house in Edinburgh on Tuesdays and (ilasgow on Wednesdays. I Jeans and T-shirt Night at the Cotton Club. 11prn—3am. £3.50. ()ne ofthe best clubs on a Wednesday. specially designed for solid dancing.

I Libra at Hollywood Studios. 1 lpm—3atn. £2.50. Over 25s' disco.

I Mayfair 1 lpm-3arn. £2. 60s‘ night --but sneak along earlier (7.30—1 lprn for traditional ballroom dancing! ).

I Panama Jax 10pm—3.30am. £1 . A gay night. playing house and l li-NRU.

I Palomino Club 9pm—3am. £1 .

I Sixties' Night at Henry Afrikas. 1()pm—3.30am. 60p before 11pm; £4 after. Look out for drinks promotions through the night.


I The Deep at the Mission. 10.30pm—3am. £2. The only youthful place to go on a Wednesday. and one of the most attractive musical selections around. Rare groove. soul and jazz plus effects. make for agreat eveningout.


I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street. 221 3260. S—l2pm. Free. Party Night.

I Bennets l 1prn—3am. £1. Mainlygay. mainly liurobeat.

I Blackmarket at Fury Murrys.

l lpm—3.30am. £1 .50. The Prodigal Son returns to the fold after a very short stintat Furys. Can‘t go wrong here for atmosphere and music.

I Bloomers at Cleopatras. 10.30pm—2.30am. £2 (£1 with student matric card). New night specifically aimed at keeping students offtheir studies. ,

I Johnny‘s at the Choice. £2 entrance and £1 for beers. This will be a more upmarket gay night with cabaret. etc.

I Mayfair 1 1pm—3am. £2. Reggae night at the Mayfair.

I Mr D‘s 10pm~2am. £3 on door(£l .50 with ticket). The promotions night with cheap drink.

I Palomino Club 9pm—3am. £1 .

I Rooftops £2.50. Over 25s‘ night with general dance music. Look out for the complimentary tickets on Fri. Sat and Sun. I Savoy 11pm—-3am.£2. Lager 85p. vodka 65p. The longest running Over 25s‘ night around town. |A]

I Seventies‘ Night at Henry Afrikas. 10pm—3.30am. 70p before 11pm. £3 after. I Streetbeat at Cleopatras. llpm—2.3()am. £3 (£1 .50 with ticket). David Walters ‘strcetbeat‘ club: mixed dance music.

I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248-1600.

I The Venue l lpm--late. £2. Thrash metal night.


I The Amphitheatre 10pm—late. £2. Half price before 11pm. Disco infernolights up 1.othian Road. in atrial run forthe weekend. Over 21s Jeans andT-shirt night.

I Cafe St James Spm—— 1 am. Free. Something slightly different from your usual discotheque. Happy 1 Iour from 8—9pm gets you in the mood for some fave raves from the 60s. 70s and 80s.

I Cinderella Rockerfellas 9.3(lpm-2am. £2 before 1 1pm; £2.50 after. ()ver 25s night with a well-established crowd intent on


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ofevery month at LIBERTY’S THE PLAYHOUSE 18—22 Greenside Place, Edinburgh. 10pm—3am £2.50 (£1.50 cones)


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