I Nelworiri 10.30pm-4am. £1 before midnight/£3 after. I The Solution 8.30pm—3am. Sec Fridays.
I Breathless at Potterrow Student Union. 8pm~1am. Students ill/guests £2. Solid dance music with an import hour from 8—9pm. Regular drinks promtions.
I Delirium at The Music Box. 10.30pm—3am. £2. lntriguingly diverse club playing the likes ofThe Doors. Chumbawamba. Pink Floyd. The Beatles along with funk and reggae.
I Matrix at Century 2000. ilipm—‘late. £3/£2 with matriculation card/’halfprice before midnight. Century 2000‘s student night with double spirits at £1 and importedbeersat £1.25.
I Millionaires 11pm—4am. See Fridays.
I Networki 10.30pm—4am. £1 before midnight £3 after.
I Queen Margaret Student Union (‘lerwnnd Terrace. 8pm—1am. £1 for students. Weekly club playing a broad range of music but specialising in chart and club sounds.
I The Solution 8.30pm—3am. See Fridays. I Teaseage at The Citrus Club. 11pm—4am. £1 .50/£1 with matric card. Student—orientated indie club.
I Back To the Basics at Wilkic l louse. 10pm-4am. £3 £2.50. Rare groove/jau rap/swingbeat. Guest 1)J.s join regulars The Man Like 'Boyd‘. Allan X and B. I The Bomb at The Wee Red
Bar. 10.30pm~3am. £2.50. Hardcore indie.
I Bubble Butt at The Pelican. 10.30pm~3am. £2.50. New weekly funk and soul night with occasional 70s cover bands and guest DJs.
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I Chocolate City at The Venue. 11pm-~5am. 25.1une only. Return ofthe extremely popular rare groove and funk club on two ﬂoors with live five-piece funk band. Uncle Jam. Every fortnight. Chocolate City will move to The Vaults on 3 July and thereafter will be fortnightly.
I Demoniait at The MUsic Box.
9.30pm 3am. New rock club featuringlive bands— Alter Ego on 2 July.
I Fab at Century 2000. 10pm—late.
£3 £1.50bcfore midnight. ()ver-25sonlv. Music from the 60s and 70s with the same drinks promotion as Wednesdays.
I Millionaires. Ilpm-4am.
I Networki Itipm--~2am. £1 before midnight"£2 after. ‘l’arty Night‘.
I Rock Disco at Chambers Street Student Union. 8pm---1am. Students 80pguests £1.60.
I Shag at The Mission. 10.30pm—3am. £2. Silly student club now on one ﬂoor.
I The Solution 8.30pm—4am. See Fridays. I The Soul-Way Club at Network 2. 10.30pm—3am.
I Spice at Designer Frames Gallery. 10.30pm—3am. £3’£2.50. High standard dance club.
.1311:- . All clubs listed above talte place at one otthe
hlrther details. i
, I The Arches Midland Street (offJamaica
I Bennet's 80—90 Glassford Street. 552 i 5761.
; Kelvinbridge. 334 0560. 3 I Club Xchange 23 Royal Exchange 1 Square. 204 4599.
I Uprise at The Citrus Club. 10.30pm—4am. £4/£3. Hardcore techno and acid.
iollowing venues. which can be contacted for
Street). contact 221 9736.
I Circa Custom House Quay (below Pier 39). I Cleopatra's. 508 Great Western Road.
I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712.
I Follies 193 Pitt Street. 332 7322/7522.
I Fury Murry's 96 Maxwell Street. 221
I Glasgow Polytechnic 70 Cowcaddens Road. 332 0681.
I Glasgow School oi Art 167 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. 331 211 l.
I Mardi Gras 73 Dunlop Street. 221 3623. I Mayfair 490 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.
I The Network Opposite 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. 331 1635.
I Rooftops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.
I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600.
I The Tunnel 84 Mitchell Street. 204 1000. I The Venue 474 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.
I The Volcano 15 Benalder Street. 337 1100.
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 7670.
I The Citrus Club 40-42 Grindlay Street. 229 6697.
I Designer Frames Gallery 1 lasties 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. 22.5 3326. I Moray House Student Union Holyrood 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 Semple Street. Tollcross. 229 7733.
I Shady Lady's Cowgate. 225 3326.
I The Solution 12 Shandwick Place. 220 4167.
I The Subway 69 Cowgatc.
I The Variety Bar Chalmers close. 81 High Street. 557 5150.
I The Vaults 15-17 Niddry Street. 558 3146.
I The Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.
I Wee Red Bar at Edinburgh College Of
Art. Lauriston Place. 229 1442.
Events are listed alphabetically by sport. then by day. Sport Listings compiled by Tom Lappin.
I Great Britain v Kenya (Men), Gnalentain V Sweden (Women) Meadowbank Stadium. Edinburgh.6.15pm. A chance to see some of our Olympic hopefuls in action against the formidable Kenyans. The three Scottish medal hopes. Liz McColgan . Tom McKean and Yvonne Murray are all scheduled to race.
I SAAA Under-20 National Championships (male) Dam Park, Ayr. in contrast. it‘s the chance for the younger athletes to sh0w what they can do.
I SWAAA Under-20 National Championships (female) Grangcmouth.
CRICKET Saturday 20
SCOTTISH COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
I Ayrshire v Perthshire The Oval. Prestwick. 1pm. Ayrshire will be hoping to improve their unexceptional start to the season with a victory over the lowly Perthshire.
I West Lothian v Clackmannan County Boghall, Linlithgow. 1pm.
I Flieshire v Stratiimore County McKane Park, Dunfermline. 1pm.
HALL WESTERN UNION
I Greenoclt v West or Scotland Gienpark. Brisbane St. Greenock. 1pm. Gordon Greenidge managed 157 not out against Ayr recently. West Of Scotland’s attack should prove more formidable.
I Uddingston v Kilmamock Bothwcll Castle Policies. Uddingston. 1pm.
I Ayrv Clydesdale Cambusdoon. Alloway. 1 m.
I Drumpellierv Fergusile Langloan. Coatbridge. 1pm. A top-of-the-table clash with leaders Drumpellier hoping to tame Fergusiie's in-form batsman Kennedy. RYOEN EAST LEAGUE
I Freuchie v iieriots Public Park. Freuchic. 1pm.
I Stenhousemuirv Walsonians The Tryst. Larbert. 1pm.
I Carlton V iieriots The Pavilion. Grange Loan. Edinburgh. 1pm.
I Royal High y Grange Jock‘s Lodge. Edinburgh. 1pm.
SCOTTISH COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP
I Stirling County v Forrarshire Williamﬁeld. Stirling. 1pm.
I Clackmannan County vaerdeenshire The Arns. Alloa. 1pm.
I West Lothian v Flieshire Boghall. Linlithgow. 1pm.
HALL WESTERN UNION
I Greenocit v Drumpellier Glenpark. Brisbane Street. Greenock. 1pm.
I Clydesdale v Keibume Titwood. Beaton Road, Glasgow. 1pm.
I Fergusile y Ayr Meikleriggs. Paisley. 1pm.
I West of Scotland v itilmamocit Hamilton Crescent, Peel Street. Glasgow. 1pm.
I Poloc v Uddingston Shawholm. Pollokshaws. Glasgow. 1pm.
RYOEN EAST LEAGUE
I Freuchie v Slenhousemulr Public Park. Freuchic. 1pm.
I Carlton v ileriots The Pavilion. Grange Loan, Edinburgh. 1pm.
I Walsonians v Royal lligh Myreside.
Colinton Road. Edinburgh. 1pm.
I Grange v Edinburgh Acads Raeburn Place, Stockbridge. Edinburgh. 1pm. I Kiritcaidy v St Modans Bennochy. Kirkcaldy. 1pm.
I Race Days Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Shawfield Stadium. Ruthcrglen Road. Glasgow. There are ten racesin each meeting. starting at 7.45pm. £2.
I Race Days Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. Powderhall Stadium. Beaverhall Road. Edinburgh. Each meeting includes ten races. starting at 7.30pm. £2.50 Stand; £1 .50 Ground. Race programme free with admission.
[HEE- Friday 19--Saturday 20
I Ayr Ayr Racecourse. 2 Whitletts Road. Ayr. 0292 264179. Club£10. Eglinton £6. First race 2.15pm. Flat racing from Scotland's premier track, promising some competitive sprints with large ﬁelds.
I Edinburgh Musselburgh Racecourse, Musselburgh. Club £10. paddock £6. A testing ﬂat meeting on the winding seaside track with the first race at 2. 15pm.
I Hamilton Parit Races Hamilton Park Racecourse. Bothwcll Road. Hamilton. Club£10. Paddock £5 (£3). 6.45pm. An evening meeting offlat racing featuring some of the top Northern circuit jockeys and trainers.
I Scottish individual Riders' Championship Powderhall Stadium. Edinburgh 7.15pm. A second staging of the all-Scotland contest offers an opportunity for riders to demonstrate the strength of Scottish talent. The favourites will be Monarchs‘ Kenny McKinna and title-holder Scott Lamb. but there‘s a few young challengers waiting in the wings.
I Edinburgh Guii Monarchs v Milton Keynes Powderhall Stadium. Edinburgh 7.15pm. A Homefire League encounter for Monarchs. against a side led by Gordon Kennett. Note that this ﬁxture is subject to Milton Keynes avoiding suspension from the league for the poor state of theirtrack.
I Glasgow Tigers v Edinburgh Gull Monarchs Shawfield Stadium. Glasgow, 6.30pm. The second leg of the KO Cup first round tie. Edinburgh lead 58-32.
56 The List 19June— 2 July 1992