I Cotton Club llpm—3.30am. £5. The best night at the Cotton Club with house and chart music. Not breaking any new ground. but popular none the less. [A] I Desire at Mardi (iras. 10.30pm—3.30am. £3.50(but look out for the discount passes in bars beforehand). House and chart mix with DJ Noble. I Follies 10.30pm—330am. £4.50. Chart-based disco sounds. [ND] [NT] I Glam Rock at the Venue. 10er till late. £3.50. I HellerSkelter at the Mayfair. £1 .50. Cult rock sounds from the late oils and 70s. I Henry Alrikas 1 ipm—-3.30am. £4. (ione are the Ball :aric beats. home and soul music. making way for. wait for it.chart music. ()h. well. I Hollywood Studios 1 lpm— 3.30am. £4. See Fri. I insomnia at the Warehouse. lipm-—3.30am. £4. iixpect a bit ofevery kind of dance music. I Joe Paparazzi 11pm-3.30am.£4. I Kes Club at Rooftops. 10.30pm—3am. £2.50. Twangy tunes for the anoraks. shamblers and downheads amongst you. I Kiss at SW1 . £3.50 (look out for i promotional tickets in bars). I Libra at liollywood Studios. £3.50. ()ver 3 25s' disco. Alsoon Wednesdays. [ IMrD'sSeeF.i. i IPalomino Club‘lpm—3am. £4. [ I Rattles 10.30—3am. £3. Discosounds with DJ. Roddy Stewart. [A] a I Savoy l lpm—3am. £3.50. ()ver2ls‘ | night at Glasgow's largest disco. I SLAM at Fury Murrys. l 1pm—3.30am. £4. The inflatable spaceman is back in its 1 box and we can get back to sortie good. old-fashioned honest acid jigging. I SW03 (Single. Widowed. Divorced. Separated club) at Rooftops. See Fri. I SubClub l lpm—3.30am. £4. No fancy name. but w trapping the asses of most other clubs on a Saturday night. all the I Teenscene at the Savoy. 7pm— 10.30pm. £2 with ticket;£l without. L'nder lb’s' disco with Radio (‘lyde DJ (iary Marshall. I 2 Hip and Mixed Up at l’anamaJax. l0.30pm-A3.30am. £3 before midnight. £4 after. ‘2 l iip' for garage. funk. house and hip-hop. “Mixed L'p' for chart. soul and alternative. ’i‘wo clubs running simultaneously IThe Venue llpm—late. £3.50. (ilam rock : exhumed weekly for all you closet ‘ ’l’lattorm' devotees.
IThe Amphitheatre 10pm—late. £4. Hype ofthe week night. lialfprice before i lpm. Entertain yourself in style in Scotland‘s L'ltimate Nightclub. [A][ND] I BusterBrowns11pm-—4am.£3.75. Worthwhile night with steady youthful crowd. Buster Browns' Under-18s disco. 8—1 lpm. See Fri.[A] I Cate St James See Fri for details. Good venue which is free to hire for private functions. [ND][NT] I Chaplins at Finsbury Park's Night Club. 11.30pm—oam. Chaplins' middle floor bar is also now open through to (ram. See Fri. [All-VT] I Clnderellas Rockenellas 9pm—2am. £3 before 10.30pm: £3.50after. PartyNight. arguable the best night for this immensely popular mainstream disco. 23 Sept only: Bacardi National competition to find the perfect partners with an exotic holiday for two. for the prize winners. I The Immigrant Club at Shady Ladies. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Revamping Shady Ladies history for a Saturday night alternative club. The immigrant casts a wide net coming tip with Stone Rosefl‘he Ramones. SLF and the Beatles to name but a few. I Junkyard at .‘sioray House. lo Septonly: [ 9.30pm—‘4am. £3. (‘hance to see three local bands with the excellent Junkyard as
the ()n-L'. New Beat disco. backbone to the night. I Kangaroo Club at The Mission.
10.30pm—3am. £2. Still going after all these years. Youthful atmosphere with easy dance music.
I Overload at Buster Browns. 8— 10.30pm. £1 .50members: £2.40non-members. l'nder iSs' club with more than the usual chart music to offer to a more discerning audience.
I Red Hot at the Red Hot Pepper Club. £3 before 1 1 .30pm. £4 after. Hot dance chart favourites keep the crowds busy in this plush uptown venue.
I Rock Club at the Venue. 10pm—4am. Live rock bands and disco attracting large crowds to this popular night. Expect an older crowd. See rock listings for details.
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I Bennets l 1pm-«3.30am. 75padmission and for beer and spirits. Mainly gay with iii-NRO soundsto fit.
I Hate Noir at Knightsbridge SW1. Gay night at SW1 . £1 with a ticketz£l .50 without.
I Brag at the Cotton Club. 11pm—3.30am. £2. ‘lfit's worth talkingabout. Brag.‘ All drinks£l.
I The Canary Murder Club at Rooftops. 10pm—3am. £2. A new club. and with a name like that. i think we can expect indie Alternative sounds.
I Clubleu at The Choice. 11pm-3.30am. £3. Hip hop and house for the hipsters with guest specialist DJs abounding.
I Follies l lpm~3am. £3. Cheap drinks. I Fuddrukkers at Cleopatras. 10.30pm-2.30am. £1. Anything goes tonight in the West End’s best (well. its
only) nightclub. Presented by Bennets‘ DJ Craig Davis. [A]
I Hollywood Studios 11pm—3am.£2. Sunday is the live band night at Hollywood studios.
I Hustle at Sub Club. 11pm—3.30am. £1. The perfect end to a hectic weekend of clubbing — only another three days before Blackmarket.
I The Hype at the Tuxedo Princess. 11pm—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. ilpm—3.3()am. £2. All drinks 70p.
I Mr D’s £3 (£2 with ticket). 1()pm—-2am. Look out for the Happy iiour
I Palamino Club 9pm—3am. £1 .
I Panama Jax10.45pm—3.30am.£1.50. Sunday Splash for house and requests. 75p all drinks including mixers.
I Rattles 10.30pm—2am. £2.50. Disco sounds with DJ Roddy Stewart. Vodka and lager60p. [A]
I Revolution It at the Plaza Ballroom. Eglinton Toll. 3pm—3am. The self-proclaimed Ultimate Warehouse Party returns for 12 hours ofabsolute madness.
I Savoy 11pm—3am. £2. Sundays at the Savoy with lager only 85p and vodka 65p. [Al
I The Amphitheatre 10pm till late. £1
before 11pm; £2 after. Females free
before midnight. Over 255 Jeans and T-shirts night.
— SLAM/SCHLITZ SPLASHDDWN ALL NIGHTER
Glasgow’s streets haven’t been sate recently. . . you can't go anywhere without being conironted by day-glo posters screaming the cryptic message at ‘5 WEEKS To GD', ‘4 WEEKS TO 60’, etc, orthe ratherslmpler ‘7’. At the moment we‘ve only ‘2 WEEKS To GD’ - 2 weeks to what? Who is responsible tor sending hall at Glasgow insane? Well, I can now put you out olyour misery by revealing it’s all those Slam boys' tault. After an exhausting summer of taking their club all over Scotland they’re bringing the intlatable spaceman out at his box one last time for the ‘splashdown’ party at the Tramway theatre on 23 September. You‘d have thought they’d have ditiiculty climaxing the touraitersome memorable nights, butwith some notable PAs and DJs it should be a night to remember. The PAs include Double Trouble and the Rebel MC, who played an excellent set on the opening
night at the tourat the WlnterGardens, Mark the 45 King (a recording artist in his own right who also produces and remixes. Notable credits include Doug E. Fresh’s ‘Cutthat Zero!’ and Eric B and Rakim's ’Mlcrophone Fiend’) and waltlor it. . . lnnerClty! This lsa major coup and it should be worth going just to see Inner City play one at only two Scottish dates. The regular Slam DJs, 0rde and Stuart, will be assisted by Graeme Park and Mike Pickering lrom the Hacienda and Cesare DJ lrom the British rap group the Stereo MCs.
The massive Tramway theatre should prove to be an excellent venue for the occasion, with lots of room lorthe hundreds oi clubbers expected from all over Britain. The barwill be licensed until 3am and Schlitz will be £1 a can all night (why isn't It lree?), candy iloss (7) will be available as well but don’t have any belore you go on the inlamous NASA weightlessness simulator! Tickets cost £6 (£9 for Edinburgh, including ‘luxury coach return travel’) and are available lrom Fopp and Virgin in Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Rock Garden, the Liquor Shack and the City Cale.
Fun and games go on until 7am and after that you could have a nice quiet Sunday, but it you’re a 24 hour party person you’ll be at the Plaza Ballroom at 3pm lorthe second Revolution all nighter. DJs include Judge Jules (atop London DJ I'm reliably intormed), Segun, Bob Jettries, Kevin Wilson, Scott Gibson, Boney and it's going to be a busy weekend lorthe Slam boys as they’re due to make an appearance as well —just keep the black coffee handy lads! (Colin Steven)
I Buster Browns 10pm—4am. £2.25. Half price admission and drinks before 11pm. Worth a visit on Sunday if you‘ve not been before.
I Cinderellas Rockerlellas 9.30pm-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—3am. £1.50 before 11.30. £2.50 after. Aiming for an internaiclub night. the Melting Pot offers heavy dance to an enthusiastic regular crowd.
I Moshpit at the Venue. 10pm—3am. Regular live bands and supporting Thrash/Speed disco make for an abrasive end to the weekend. With a few recent scoops as far as bands to. it‘s not a bad place to find yourselfof a Sunday.
I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street. 221 3260. 8.30pm—midnight. Free. 60s and705 sounds. Cheap spirits.
I The Breeze at Henry Afrikas. 11pm—3.30am. Complicated: staggered door prices are in operation here. so let’s just say if you come early enough you get 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. Thankfully this new night has nothing to do with the dreadful programme of the same name on Channel 4!
I Freewheelln' at Fury Murrys. 11pm-3.30am. £1 .50. A genuinely wide variety ofcult music from the 60s. 705and 805. breathing life into Glasgow‘s notoriously dull Monday nights.
I Jeans and T-shlrt Night at Cleopatras. 10.30pm—3am. £2 (£1 with ticket). The popular Jeans and T-Shirt night makesits way west from the Cotton Club to Cleo‘s. I Palomino Club 9pm—3am. £1.
I Savoy 11pm-3am.£2. Over 255' night with cheap drinks to entice you along: lager 85p and vodka 65p. [A]
I Warehouse Over 255 Night. 50p admission and drinks £1 .
I Rhythm 'n’ Booze at the Venue. 10pm—3am. £1/£2. Superb music selection as an accompaniment to the rocking Big George and The Business. ifyou think Texas have a neat slide guitar. get down here and enjoy. The residency is a bit erratic — it may be worth phoning before you do down.
I The Alhambra 31 Waterloo Street, 221 3260. Free. 805‘ 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) 46 West, featuring music by the likes of Bacharach. Lee Hazlewood and Scott Walker, for Glasgow‘s groovers.
I Palomino Club 9pm—3am. £1.
I Rhythm ’n’ Blue: at the Cotton Club. 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 Benncts. 10.30pm—3am. £1. One of the longest running and consistently busy clubs in Glasgow. Bennet‘s straight night offersa predictable but popular range ofmusic. Get there early to avoid disappointment. I Streetbeat at the Warehouse.
1 1pm—3.30am. £4. David Waiters with the latest chart and beat sounds.
I Reggae Dance Hall at the Venue. 10pm—4am. £2. Excellent reggae to put a smile on anyone's face. with live toasting and relaxed atmosphere. the Dance Hall is just dandy.
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