ITangerine’l‘he Mission. 1 lpm—3am. £2. Yet another indie club. Whatever happened to the dance revolution. kids'.’ I Beatbox Teviot Row l'nion. ‘)pm—2am. (Students and guests only I. The biggest and busiest of the city's union discos. boasting huge attendance figures for their two Friday night clubs. All sorts ofmusic. all sorts of people. Fine if you like thatsort ofthing.


I The Amphitheatre llem—4am. £1.75 before 11pm £3.5llafter.

I Buster Browns l lpm——3.311am. £2.75.

I Blue Oyster Club lll.3llpm~4am.

I Cafe StJames Rpm-2am. £1 members £2

non members. Prices rise after 1 lptn.

I Chaplins at Finsbury Park. 11pm—4am. £2.

I The Red Hot Pepper Club 111pm~4am. £3 before 1 1.30pm £4 after.

I Madisons9pm—3am. £1 before 1 1pm £2 after.

I Millies llem—(iam. £2 before 2.311am; £3 after.


I Sex Beat Wee Red Bar. lllpm—3atn. £2. After coming in a respectable ninth position in Sounds l'K(‘1ub'I‘op'l'en. those lovely lads frotn Sex Beat return for yet more electronic body music. headwasting house. techno. ()n-l ' and alternative dance sounds in the newly revamped Wee Red Bar. And watch out for an advertising campaign to beat all others. they tell me. You have been warned. .

I Apocalypse Chambers Street linion. 9pm—2am. (Students and guestsonly 1. Chambers Street attempts to shake offits manic metal itnage by playing host to. .. wait for it. a dance club. lncongruous asit may sound. the idea appears to be working well.

I Bedrock Club The Venue. 9pm--4am. Live bands plus a disco make this a popular night. See rock listings for details. I The Gag Club Wilkie l louse.

8.3llpm—3am. £4.51) £3.51). A new nightlife ?

concept. involving live music plus comedy in a club atmosphere. ()n 24 Nos the comperc is David (‘osgrovc. the band Red Hot Blue. (‘beck it out.

I Katch Shady Lady's. llpm—3am. £2. lndie. indie and yet more indie music but the lack of originality does not dismay their band of faithful regulars who shamble along every week regardless. Worth the odd visit. though. as the playlist has been know it to change on occasion. Seriously. though. a worthwhile Saturday option if this is your sort ofthing.

I Mambo Club Network 3. 111.3(Ipm—3am. £2 members £2.50 non members. Sir Ossic on the wheels ofsteel mixingthe best in African dance with calypso anal soca around the world stylce.

I Wheels The Mission. 1 lpm—3am. £1.50 before midnight £2.51) after. Horror? A rock night! Hairy men. motorbikes. Mctallica T-s‘hirts. leather trousers. A Nightmare on Victoria Street.


I The Amphitheatre 1(1pm—4am. £2 before 11pm £4 after.

I BusterBrowns11.30pm-3.3()am.£3."5. I Blue Oyster Club 111.3(1pm—4an1.

I Cate St James 8pm—2am. See Fri for details.

I ChapllnSaI Finsbury Park. I 1pm—4am. See Fri for details.

I Red Hot Pepper Club lllpm—4am. £3 before 11pm £4 after.

I Mlllles lflpm—ham. £2 before -.31)am: £3 after.



I The Amphitheatre lllpm—3am. £1 before

1 1pm £2 after.

I Blue Oyster Club 111.3(1pm—4am.

I Buster Browns 1(Ipm—4am. llalfprice before 11pm £2.75 after.

I Chapps Madisons. llpm~4am.


‘Play it safe and use a condom. By respecting your partner, you also respect your own life. Ithinlt peace and love were great, but for now rubber and love is better.‘ (Jean Paul Gaultier) World AIDS Day on 1 December is designed to impress this essential message upon the public, and thus, in

Monitor, several events have been planned on and around that date to . inform clubbers of the inherent dangers ,’ of a hedonistic lifestyle. ,1 On Fri 30 Nov, SAM’s Safersex .1 Roadshow will visit Tin Pan Alley, X Glasgow and distribute informative / literature as well as free condoms. 1' Saturday 1 Dec will see the Roadshow at Edinburgh's Amphitheatre at noon for a gig organised by Radio Forth ' featuring Hall & Oates plus Horse; then i atThe Tunnel, Glasgow, Iaterthat I

1 conjunction with Scottish AIDS I 1

evening. Other events planned for Glasgow include a special party in Bennets and a lundraising rafer at Club

Q (a)

X. - The message all this aims to convey is that although AIDS is a problem in Scotland, it needn’t infect you if you play it safe. Share your love, don't share a needle. And wear a condom.

Mondays OTHERS I Millies llpm—4am.FRIi1-L.


I Base 23 Network 3. 1(1pm—3am. £2. From Tue 211. A new indie-dance club organised by one half of fab girlygroup The Impossibles. with some help from lan of Floral Riot. Playing hard core dance plus indie music 'without the janeg bits'. this should be worth a visit. What else is there to do on a Tuesday'.’

I The Final Solution The Amphitheatre. lllpm—3am. Members only. A new. strictly gay-only club. boasting the turntable talents of Fire Island 1)] Stuart plus regular cabaret events. A welcome addition to the city scene.

I Millies l lpm—4am. FRI-11:. Formerly Edinburgh's forctnost gay club; now no longer as busy or trendy. btit still playing great chart disco and Iii-NRC}. and still the best place to head after the pubs have closed. Watch out for Dream Team DJ Bootsy's spot. for all those old 7()s ‘classics'. Ain't nothin' like a bit of tack at that titne of night.


I Breathless l’otterrow. Spm— lam. Students 511p with matric card. guests £1.51). The best union club in Edinburgh. without a doubt. Lucozade on draught and upfront dance music. What more could anyone want'.’

I Dreamscape The Amphitheatre. llpm—4am. £2 (some free passes available for the usual pubs and clubs). Shaping up as a dance force to be reckoned with thanks to the efforts ofthc indomitable Bootsy (and let's not forget Kenny). Ignore the marble statuettes. and get on down to the best house sounds from the past decade. Go and check thisout.

I North The Mission. 111.3(1pm—3am. £3(£2.5(1). Everything starts with an M at this indie-dance club which plays the sort of music originating somewhere in the north. surprisingly enough. Go and scuff your Timberlands to the Mondays. Roses. Charlatansdames. Farm . . . get theidea'.’ OTHERS

I Millies 11pm—4atn. FREE.


I Atomic hi-NRG Attack The Penthouse. Rpm—11am. FREE. 1f you thought that hi-NRCi ended with 'So Macho'. then

think again. Most of us wished that it had. but not Dave and Adam. who play the '

hottest new imports every week.

I Freeze Madisons. 1(1pm-4am. £3. A new rave experience hosted by two local lads with a London reputation. Playing all sorts ofstuff which you'll never have heard of before. nevertheless worth a look. After all. the Happy Mondays do get a trifle tedious after a while.

I lce Wilkie l louse. llpm--3am. £3. The dashing (‘ooke duo play their own inimitable brand of dance music to a huge and heaving crowd. Spotted recently: two-thirds of The (‘himes (standing by the bar. of course. not strutting their stuff ) and


That Swing Thang's (‘raig MeMurdo in a

fetching full-length camel number. Pop stars. eh'.’

I Kick Teviot Row 1.’ nion. Spm-- midnight. (Students and guests only). A new indie dance club run by students for students.

g I Shag The Mission and Shady Lady's

111.311pm~ 3am. £2. Are yotishagging tonight'.’ The rest of the student

population are.


IThe Amphitheatre lllpm 3am. llalfprice before 1 lptn £2 after.

I Cale St James Spin lam. Free.

I Blue Oyster Club. 10.30pm—Aam.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 111.3pm 3am. £1.51)

before 11.311pm £2.511after.

I Millies l lptn ~4am. FRFF. VENUES

I The Amphitheatre 31 1.othian Road. 33‘) 76711.

I Blue Oyster Club 96a Rose Street Lane North. 226 (i458.

I Buster Browns 25— 27 Market Street. 320 4224.

I Cafe St James 25 St James ('cntre. 557


I Chambers Street Student Union (‘hambers Street. (m7 1111 l.

I Finsbury Park 3- '5 South St Andrew Street. 556 lll211.

I Liberty's (ireenside Place. 557 38117. I Madison‘s(ireetiside1’1aee.557 38117. I Millies Nitidrie Street. 556 (111511.

I Moray Rouse Student Union I loly mutt Road. 556 s455. '

I The Network West Al'oleross. 228 3252. I The Penthouse i lomc Street. 'I'olet‘oss. 22‘) 2558.

I Potterrow Student Union Bt'isto Square. 66711214.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 5o Ftitintainbt'idgc. 229 7733.

I Shady Lady's ('owgate. 325 (156‘).

I Teviot Row Student Union Teviot RI)“. 067 21191.

I The Venue ('alton Road. 557 31173.

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