music from the 705. 805 and 90s.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 10pm—3am. £4.

I Rhythm at The Music Box. 10pm—late. New weekly soul night with Radio Forth‘s Tom Wilson.

I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. Gay night.

I Twilight at Century 2000. l0pm—4am. £3/£1 .50 before midnight/free for members.


I The Monday Club at Madison‘s. 9.30pm-3am. £2. Goth. punk and indie. I Millionaires 11pm—4am.

I Network 1 10.30pm—4am. £1 before midnight/£3 after.

I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. See Fridays.


I Millionaires 11pm-4am.

I Hetworiti 10.30pm-4am. £1 before midnight/£3 after.

I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. See Fridays.


I Breathless at Potterrow Student Union. 8pm—1am. Students£1lguests £2.

I Delirium at The Music Box. 10.30pm—3am. £2. lntriguinglydiverse club playing the likes ofThe Doors. Chumbawamba. Pink Floyd. The Beatles along with funk and reggae.

I Matrix at Century 2000. 10pm—late. £3/£2 with matriculation card/halfprice before midnight.

I Hetworlri 10.30pm—4am. £1 before midnight/£3 after.

I Oueen Margaret Student Union Clerwood Terrace. 8pm—lam. £1 for students. Weekly club playing a broad range of music but specialising in chart and club sounds.

I Teaseage at The Citrus Club. llpm-4am. £1 .50/free with matric card. Student-orientated indie club.


I Arch at The Venue. 11pm—4am. £3. 21 May only. The club will be playing the jazzy end ofthe funk/hip hop/house spectrum. Unfortunately. due to the pressures ofexams this will be the last Arch for the time being. Look out for guest DJs and a live Ragga MC.

I Back To the Basics at Wilkie l louse. 10pm-4am. £3/£2.50. New weekly club beginning 14 May and playing rare groove/jazz rap/swingbeat. Guest DJsjoin regulars The Man Like ‘Boyd‘. Allan X and B.

I Fab at Century 2000. 10pm—late.

£3/£l .50 before midnight. Over-25sonly. I Millionaires. 11pm—4am.

I Hetworiri 10pm—2am. £1 before midnight/£2 after. ‘Party Night‘.

I Rock Disco at Chambers Street Student Union. 8pm—1am. Students 80p/guests £1.60.

I Shag at The Mission. 10.30pm—3am. £2. I Spice at Designer Frames Gallery. 10.30pm—3am. £3/£2.50. lcc changes

Cut back on any possible security problems by introducing memberships to your club.

Service available with full colour memberships in minutes. Hossle free.

Interested? CC" l 'bbl (morn'ngs)

name and venue but expect the usual high standard dance club.

I Uprise at The Citrus Club. 10.30pm—4am. £4/£3. Hardcore techno and acid.

CLUBS .1311:-

AII clubs listed above take place at one olthe

. following venues. which can be contacted lor

further details.


i I The ArchesMidland Street (offlamaica Street). contact 221 9736.

I Bennet‘s 80-90 Glassford Street. 552 5761.

I Circa Custom House Quay (below Pier 39).

I Cleopatra’s. 508 Great Western Road.

I Kelvinbridge.3340560. f I Club Xchange 23 Royal Exchange 5 Square. 204 4599.

I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712. I Follies I93 Pitt Street. 332732217522. I Fury Murry’s 96 Maxwell Street. 221 651 l.

I Glasgow Polytechnic 70 Cowcaddens Road. 3320681 .

I Glasgow School olAn I67 Renfrew

Street. 332 9797.

I Heaven 15 Union Street. 221 61 1 1.

I Hollywood Studios 9 Brown Street. 248 6606.

I Joe Paparazzi 520 Sauchiehall Street. 331 2111.

I Mardi Gras 73 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Mayfair 490 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.

I The Network ()pposite Paisley Abbey. 22 Bridge Street. Paisley.

I 147 Club Cheapside Street (next to the Daily Record building).

I Rain Upstairs at Nico‘s. 379 Sauchiehall Street.33l 1635.

I Rooftops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.

I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 2484600. IThe Tunnel 84 Mitchell Street. 204 1000. I The Venue 474 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.

I The Volcano 15 Benalder Street. 337

I 100.


I Blue Oyster Club 96a Rose Street Lane North. 226 6458.

I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.

I Century 2000 31 Lothian Road. 229 7671).

I The Citrus Club 40-42 Grindlay Street. 229 6697.

I Designer Frames Gallery Hasties Close. Cowgate.

I Finsbury Park 3—5 South St Andrew Street. 556 1020.

I Liberty's Greenside Place. 557 3807. I Madison's Greenside Place. 557 3807. I Millionaires Niddry Street.

I The Mission Victoria Street. 225 3326. I Moray House Student Union 1 {olyrood Road. 556 5184.

I The Music Box 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564.

I The Network West Tollcross. 228 3252. I The Pelican 235 Cowgate. 225 5413.

I The Rave Cave 69 Cowgate.

I Red Hot Pepper Club 3 Semplc Street. Tollcross. 229 7733.

I Shady Lady's Cowgate. 225 3326.

I The Solution 12 Shandwick Place. 220 4167.

I The Subway 69 Cowgate.

I The Vaults 15— 1 7 Niddry Street. 558 3146.

I The Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.

I Wee Red Bar at Edinburgh College Of Art. Lauriston Place. 2285189.


Events are listed alphabetically by sport, then by day. Sport Listings compiled by Tom Lappin.


SWAAA EAST DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS Meadowbank Stadium. Edinburgh. 10.30am. Track and field events for the best of the Eastern District’s women athletes.

CRICKET Saturday 9


I Stirling County v Arbroath Williamfield. Stirling. 1pm.

I West Lothian v Strathmore County Boghall.

Linlithgow. 1pm.

I Fileshire v Ayrshire McKane Park. Dunfermline. 1pm.


I Uddingston v Greenoclt Bothwell Castle Policies, Uddingston. 1pm.

I West oi Scotland v Drumpeliier l lamilton Crescent. Peel Street. Glasgow. 1pm.

I Poloc v Ferguslie Shawholm. Pollokshaws. Glasgow. 1pm.

I Kelbume V Ayr Whitehaugh. Paisley. 1pm.

I Kilmarnocit v Clydesdale Kirkstyle. Kilmarnock. 1pm.


I Carlton V Freuchie The Pavilion. Grange Loan. Edinburgh. 1pm.

I Edinburgh Acads v Watsonians Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 1pm.

I Royal High v St Modans J ock‘s Lodge. Edinburgh. 1pm.

I Grange v Heriots Raeburn Place. Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 1pm.

I KIrItcaldy v Stenhousemuir Bennochy. Kirkcaldy. 1pm.

Saturday 16

SCOTTISH COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP I Ayrshire v West Lothian The Oval. Prestwick. 1pm.

I Clackmannan County v Arbroath The Arns.

Alloa. 1pm.


I Ferguslie v Greenoclt Meikleriggs. Paisley. 1pm.

I Uddingston v Ayr Bothwell Castle Policies. Uddingston. 1pm.

I West oi Scotland v Kelbume Hamilton Crescent. Peel Street. Glasgow. 1pm. I Drumpellierv KiImamock Langloan. Coatbridgc. 1pm.

I Poloc v Clydesdale Shawholm. Pollokshaws. Glasgow. 1pm.


I Freuchie v Kiritcaldy Public Park. Freuchie. 1pm.

I Stenhousemuirv Grange The Tryst. Larbert. 1pm.

I Watsonians v Carlton Myreside. Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 1pm.

I Royal High v Heriots Jock‘s Lodge. Edinburgh. 1pm.

FOOTBALL Saturday 9

SCOTTISH CUP FINAL I Airdrie v Rangers Hampden Park. Glasgow. 3pm. A straw poll among

neutrals would probably reveal that these two are the most unpopular teams in the Premier Division. Rangers (politics and religion aside) because of their habit of buying brilliant foreigners for millions and winning the League in a canter. and Airdrie for their penchant for drillingtheir batch of mediocre journeymen into a useful defensive outfit and kicking flesh more often than the ball. Rangers willbe hot favourites to complete the double and any purist lover of good football should probably be glad to see them doit. Rangers being Rangers though. it’s probable that every non-l Iun in Scotland will be

cheering on the cloggers in the red chevrons and hoping for another upset. Funny old game.

BEBE}- Monday11

I Hamilton Pant Races Hamilton Park Racecourse. Bothwell Road. Hamilton. Club £10. Paddock £5 (£3). 2pm. Flat racing featuring some of the top Northern circuit jockeys and trainers.

Monday 18

I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse. Musselburgh. Club £10. paddock £6. A local holiday flat meeting on the winding seaside track.

Saturday 16

I Hamilton Parlt Races Hamilton Park Racecourse. Bothwell Road. Hamilton. Club£10. Paddock £5 (£3). 6.45pm. The first evening meeting of the season at the Hamilton track. featuring the usual competitive flat racing.


I Edinburgh Gull Monarchs v Glasgow Tigers Powderhall Stadium. Edinburgh

7. 15pm. The first round. first leg tie in the KO Cup. with Edinburgh enjoying home advantage and a favourite‘s chance.


I Glasgow Tigers v Milton Keynes Knights Shawfield Stadium. Glasgow. 6.30pm. A liomefire League match with Glasgow Tigers the favourites despite the presence ofopposing riders Gordon Kennett and Richard Hellsen.


I Glasgow Tigers v Mlddlesbrough Bears Shawfield Stadium. Glasgow. 6.30pm. Another Homefire League game for Tigers who will be hoping to repeat the 12-point defeat they inflicted on Steve Regeling's team in their previous Gold Cup encounter.

Wednesday 20

I Glasgow Tigers v Stoke Potters Shawfield Stadium. Glasgow. 7.15pm. A midweek League fixture for Tigers against a Stoke side who will be fielding new star Alan Graham for his first Scottish appearance.

60 The List 8—21 May 1992