12 May only. live appearance from French funkers. FFF as part ofMayfest.


I The Alhambra 8pm-midnight. Free. Pub with live DJ.

I Bloomers at Cleopatra‘s. 10.30pm—2.30am. £2/£l for students.

I Club Virunga at The Volcano. l0pm—2am. £2. Virunga means Volcano: DJ Tchico plays African. reggae. soca. Latin. soul and ska.

I Genes and T-Shirt at Club Xchange. Midnight—late. £3.

I Igloo Ettect Disco at Glasgow Polytechnic Student Union. 9pm—2am. £3l£l .50. Benefit disco in aid of Friends Of The Earth and Greenpeace.

I Laldy at Circa. 11pm—3.30am. £3/£2. Well known DJs from Pure. Blast Off. Time and Psyche with a ‘wacky' new night playing hard house. ‘acid hoose'. funky grooves and dub.

I Paradise Loop at The 147 Club. 11pm—Iate.£2.50/£2 before midnight.

I Sim Thing at Rain. 1 1pm—2am.

£2.50./£l .50. Acid jazz night with live musicians.

I Stratticlyde University Union 9pm—2am. Free.

IThe Tunnel 1 1pm—3.30am. £3.50"£l .50 with matric card. Student-orientated music from indie to funk that packs ‘em in.


I Beatbox. Altered States and Strangeways at Teviot Row Student Union. 8pm-2am. Students free'guests 50p. Three separate clubs on three separate floors playing music to suit all student tastes.

I Bliss Network 1. 10pm—-4am. £5. Rave sounds.

I Blue Oyster Club 11pm-4am. £2. Gay club with the usual mixture ofdisco and chart hits.

I Bubblegum at Potterrow Student Union. 8pm— 1 am. Students £1/guests £2. lndie. I Buster Browns 10.30pm—3.30am. £1 .50 before 11.30pm.‘£3 after. Mainstream chart sounds. Available Mon—Thurs for private parties.

I Cathouse at The Mission. 10.30pm—4am. £2.50/£1 .50 with flycr. Rock/indie/dance. Happy hour from

1 lpni—lam.

I Century 2000 l0pm—4am. £2.50 before midnight/£5 after. Dance night.

I The Citrus Club 11pm—4am. £5. Regular DJs Scott Fergusson and Gareth Sommerville with guests including Shave Your Tongue's Richard Bell on 8 May.

I Evol at Wilkie House. 10.30pm—3am. indie club with occasional live bands. 15 May The Family Cat.

I Fuzlon at The Music Box. l0pm—3am. Five hours of solid upfront dance playing the best in European imports.

I Finsbury Park. lipm-4am. £2. Chart sounds.

I Freedom 92 at The Citrus Club. 7.30pm—10.30pm. £2.50. Under-18night. I 6qu at The Pelican. 10pm—3am. Free. Garage/hip hop/soul from DJ Cosmo.

I Madison's Bock Night 10pm—4am. £2. The latest rock sounds.

I Marley's Reggae Klub at Network 2. 10.30pm—4am. £2.

I Millionaires 10pm—6am. For hardened drinkers and clubbers only.

I Pure at The Venue. l 1pm—5am. Still Edinburgh’s busiest club on two floors playing the best in hardcore dance.

I The Rave Cave. 11pm—4am. As the name suggests it‘s Techno and rave for hyped~up young clubbers.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—4am.£4.

I The Solution 8.30pm-4am. With a restaurant. three cocktail bars. cabaret and live music. The Solution provides the more mature clubbers (over 25s) with a relaxed venue for late night socialising.

I Tribal Funktion at Moray House Student Union. 11pm—4am. £3.50/£3. 15 May

only. Proving very popular. this eclectic club is successfully mixing hip hop with the funkier end ofdancc music.

I The Vaults 10.30pm—4am. 8 May only. Opening night featuring Tribal Funktion and their guest band. Papa‘s Magic Beard. Proceeds to EAST (European Association of Student Theatres). See news column for further details ofevents at The Vaults.

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I Apocalypse at Chambers Street Student Union. Rpm—1am. Students Slip/guests £1.60.

I Blue Oyster Club 1 lpni—oam. £2 before 12.30am"£~l after. See Fridays.

I Buster Browns 10.30pm—4am. £2 before 11.30pmx£4 after. See Fridays.

I Century 2000 10pm—4am. £5, £2.50 before midnight. Mega Party Night with regular PAs.

I Chelsea at The Wee Red Bar. l0.30pm—3.30am. £2.50/£2. 9th May only. New fortnightly club mostly indiesbut also ()0s soul and 70s disco.

I Cubilt at the Music Box. l0pm—3am. £-l~£3. Solid dance action and frenzied gHXH'CS.

I Danceterta at Wilkie 1 louse. 1 lpm—«lam. £4"’£3. Soul. house and 70s grooves.

I FBI at Moray House Student Union. 11pm—4am. £2.50. to Mayonly. Fortnightly indie club. but better than most due to the involvement ofthose responsible for Shaft.

I Finsbury Park 1 1pm—4am. £2 See Fridays.

I Freedom 92 at The Citrus Club. 7.30pm—10.30p

£2. indie music from the 80s and90s.

I Madison's Bock Night 10pm—4am. £2. All the old favourites from ACXDC to 22. Top.

I Mambo Club at Network 2 & 3. 10.30pm—3am. £2 members/£2.50 non-members. MC Sir ()ssie spins the world-wide selection of good grooves.

I Millionaires l0pm—-oam. Sec Fridays.

I Networkl llpm—4am. £1 before midnight/£3 after.

I The Rave Cave 1 lpm—4am. See Fridays. I Red Hot Pepper Club l0pm-4am. £4.

I Scurvy Midnight—6am. £15. 9 May only. Second Scurvy event on the Forth. Boat leaves harbour at midnight but free buses will run from the town centre. Guest DJs include Stacey (from Fantasy FM) and Wavctrain. Tickets are available from the Scurvy Crew and Ripping Records. Also lookout for Britain's youngest female MC the ten-year-old Roxanne K.

I Shall at Moray House Student Union. llpm—4am. £3. 9 May only. Disco-funk and rare grooves from the 70s.

I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. See Fridays. I Some at The Citrus Club. llpm—«lam. £4l£3. Heavy acid sounds proving extremely popular.

I Tattoo Designer Frames Gallery. llpm—3am. Members only. Entertbrougb The Pelican. Still as busy ith playlist taking on a more upfront slant.

I Wave at the Venue. l 1pm—5am. Members and guests only. As often as not just as busy as Friday's Pure but with a less upfront music policy.

I Wheels at The Mission. 11pm—3am.

£1 .50 before midnight/£2.50 after. Rock/punk/hardcore dance/thrashsub Pop.


I Buster Browns 10.30pm—3am. £2 before 11.30pm/£3 after. See Fridays.

I The Citrus Club 1 1pm—4am. Call venue for details.

I Eclipse at The Music Box 4—9pm. Entry with membership or flyer only. Strictly 14—17-year-olds. The best in dance for the younger ravers now weekly.

I Lassoo at The Pelican Bistro. 9pm—2am. Silly country and western.

I Madisons 11pm—4am. £2 before midnight/£3 after. Gay night playing European. Hi-NRG and the best dance



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