industrial and hardcore sounds. I Big Maraccas at The Pelican. lOpm—lam. Free. DJ 2 Smoove spinning pure Latin. Latin jazz. jazz. funk and any other variant on those three styles you care to think up. I The Biz 10.30pm—4am. Free. See Fridays. I Century 2000 10pm—1ate. £3/£2 before midnight. Dance and chart sounds. I Chocolate City at The Venue. llpm—Sam. £4/£3 members. I Jul. Edinburgh's number one retro-funk club. with [Ms Jamie and Whitney playing deleted. danceable. funky grooves upstairs and chill-out reggae. dub and jazz. downstairs in The Cooler. I The Edge 4pm—2.30am. See Fridays. I Minus One at The Carlton Highland Hotel. £2.50. See Fridays. I Panic Cafe at The Citrus. 10.30pm—3am. £3/£2.50. Busy weekly club featuring DJs from Shag antl Katch. playing a wide range of dance. indie and 60s pop. to a mainly student crowd. I The Recession Session at Ex-S. 11pm—4am. Girls £6. guys £8. A11 tnain spirits. draught beers. lagers and ciders. wines and soft drinks are free. With absolutely no limit all night. drink yourself to death for roughly the same price as a new 1.1’. I Sauce at The Store. 11pm—4ant. £3/£2.50. Regular DJs playing a wide range of 60s pop. 70s groove. 80s indie. Motown and Stax. with DJs from Chelsea and Twiggy. Drinks promos every week. I Shag at The Mission. llpm--3.30am. £2.50. Popular student club. noteworthy for its truly appalling playlist and free chocolate. I Tribal Funktion at The Venue. llpm—5am. £4/£3. Fortnightly. 24 Jun. Playing a mixture of sexy. chunky house beats upstairs and hip-hop/funk flavoured grooves downstairs in the Cooler. A good
playlist and excellent visuals make this one of the best.
I Dream at The ()uthouse. Stirling. Saturdays. 10.30pm—2am. £5/£3. The Dream machine makes a welcome return to Stirling. with DJs lain Paterson and Trevor Price playing the best in sexy underground house sounds in this weekly club. .
I Metropolis Hamilton Street. Saltcoats. Saturdays. 8.30pm—2am. £8. Regular Metropolis DJs (including the inimitable Joe Deacon) play a mix of house and garage sounds. in a club that continually brings top quality PAs and DJs to the West coast. A busy night guaranteed. with coaches being run frotn several towns. For details of guest DJs. PAs and coaches phone 0294 602213 or 0294 68187.
I Vanilla Suburbs at JFK's. Kirkcaldy. Fridays. 9ptn—2am. £2.50. 25 Jun. Fortnightly club with DJs Andy. Toni and DJ J spinning an upfront mixture of hip- hop. acid-jazz. rare groove and Northern soul.
I Vision at Foveran Mains. Balmadie Beach (near Aberdeen). Sat 26 Jttn.
8pm-- 10am. £18. Confirmed PAs for the mother of all raves are Q-Tex. Human Resource. PSI. The Ether. Havanna. Mukkaa. Sublime and Flesh 'N‘ Chipz. with an unfeasibly huge DJ line up including; Top Buzz. Marc Smith. Bass Generator. Tom Wilson. Dave Angel. Michael Kilkie. Bob Jeffries. Kristian Keegan and about fifteen others. This will be the biggest event of its kind in Britain. with well over 10.000 people expected to attend. For general info call 031 228 2281. ticket info 0299 40191 1. credit card liotline 0438 766652.
All clubs listed above take place at one of the following venues, which can be contacted for further details.
I The Arches Midland Street (offlamaica Street). 221 9736.
I Bar 10 10 Mitchell Lane. 221 8553.
I Bennet’s 80—90 Glassford Street. 552
I Cate Cini 81 Renfteld Street. 353 2807. I The Cathouse 9 Brown Street. 248 6606.
I Circa Custom House Quay. 221 0865. I Cleopatra’s. 508 Great Western Road. Kelvinbridge. 334 0560.
I Club Xchange 23 Royal Exchange Square. 204 4599.
I Cotton Club 5 Scott Street. 3320712. I FOIIIBS 193 Pitt Street. 332 7322/7522. I Fury Murry’s 96 Maxwell Street. 221 6511.
I Glasgow Polytechnic 70 Cowcaddens Road. 3320681.
I Glasgow School of Art 167 Renfrew Street. 332 9797.
I Club lndustria 15 Union Street. 221 6111.
I Maytair 490 Sauchiehall Street. 332 3872.
I neds Upstairs at Nico's. 379 Sauchiehall Street. 331 1635.
I R.C.'s 73 Queen Street. 221 2200.
I nooltops 92 Sauchiehall Street. 332 5883.
I Sub Club 22 Jamaica Street. 248 4600. I The 13th Note 80 Glassford Street. 553 1638.
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I The Tunnel 84 Mitchell Street. 204 1000.
I Under Ventura 50—60 King Street. 552 1388.
I The Volcano 15 Benalder Street. 337
I Buster Browns 25—27 Market Street. 226 4224.
I The Biz 23 Lothian Road. 229 8000.
I The Calton Calton Road. 558 3758.
I Cavendish West Tollcross. 228 3252. I Century 2000 31 Lothian Road. 229 7670.
I The Citrus Club 40—42 Grindlay Street. 229 6697.
I The Cooler (Under The Venue) Calton Road. 557 3073.
I The Edge 37b George Street. 226 3111. I EX-S l2 Shandwick Place. 226 2266. I la Belle Angele 11 Hasties Close. 225 2774.
I Liberty’s Greenside Place. 557 3807. I Madison’s Greenside Place. 557 3807. I Minus One (Carlton Highland Hotel) North Bridge. 556 7277.
I The Mission Victoria Street. 225 3326. I Moray House Student Union Holyrood Road. 556 5184.
I The Music Box 9c Victoria Street. 225 2564.
I The Pelican 235 Cowgate. 225 5413. I Potterrow Student Union Bristo Square 650 8090.
I lied Hot Pepper Club 3 Semple Street. Tollcross. 229 7733.
I The Store 2 Niddry Street. 556 6050. I Shady lady‘s Cowgate. 225 3326.
I The Subway Cowgate. 225 6766.
I Teviot Student Union Bristo Square. 650 4673.
I The Vaults 15—17 Niddry Street. 556 7018.
I The Venue Calton Road. 557 3073.
I The Wee Bed Bar at Edinburgh College ()f Art. Lauriston Place. 229 1442.
I Wilkie Rouse Cowgate. 226 2151.
This section covers events not included elsewhere in the magazine. All submissions should be accompanied by a contact telephone number for our information. Open Listings compiled by Thom oibdin.
I NUCLEAR WARHEAD CONVOY INFORMATION Sat 19. lOam—noon. Dumbarton Town Centre. Free. Dumbarton Peace Action Group have prepared an information display on the route of nuclear warhead convoys to the nearby Trident Base at Faslane. More controversially. they have mapped out how far the MOI) think radiation would leak in the event of an accident.
I GREEN BOOKS AND STALLS Sat 19.
1 lam—4pm. Hillhead Library. Free. Contact A. Brown on 041 946 1002. Green Party stall. food. second-hand books and other stalls. Donations of books welcome on the day.
I TIMEX DEMONSTRATION Sat 19. 6am—noon. Timex Factory Gates. Harn'son Road. Dundee. Buses leave at 4am (yes. am) from: George Square; Hillhead Underground; Allison Arms. Pollokshaw Road; Saracen Cross. Possil; and the University of Paisley. £2 (£1).
I DOWSINC FOR DOUBTERS Sun 20. 2—4pm. Mugdock Country Park. Craigend Visitors Centre. Free. Contact the Ranger service on 041 956 6100. Bring a metal coathanger and find out whether you’ve the gift for the ancient art or whether it‘s a load of old bunkum.
I SERA Tue 22. 7.30pm. Andrew Melville House. 65 Oakfield Avenue. Hillhead. Free. Contact Thomas Davidson on 041 248 6276. The Socialist Environmental Resource Association are commited to putting environmental issues at the top of the political agenda. lfyou're of a like mind. why not join them at their monthly meeting?
I UNIONS 2M0: Which Way Forward for our Unions? Wed 23. 7.30pm. Argyle Suite. Ingram Hotel. Ingram Street. Free. Contact 041 552 0104.
I ENCENDER CEILIDH Thurs 24. 9pm—1am. People‘s Palace. Winter Gardens. £5 (£2). Contact Roona Simpson on 041 334 7221. The Claude Howe Ceilidh Band give it laldy for the Engender Women‘s Group. I MYTH AND MEDICINE - FLOWER ENCRAVINCS Sat 26. 10am. Pollok Country Park. Lecture Room. Free. Contact the Countryside Rangers on 041 632 9299. Talk and slide show by June Chapman. an artist and plant myth investigator. I LIFEUNE DEMONSTRATION Sat 26. 11am. March from Blytheswood Square to Glasgow Green. Free. Support the Emergency Services: cuts in the Coastguard. Hospital. Fire and Ambulance services cost lives. I SCOTTISH SELF GOVERNMENT FORUM Sat 26. 2—5ptn. Renlield St Stephens Church. 260 Bath Street. £2 (£1 ). The Scottish Socialist Movement have organised this open forum. with speakers from Scotland United. the Scottish Greens and the SNP. Entrance includes ticket to social in the evening.
I DEMOCRACY FOR SCOTLAND 24 hours a day. every day. the Parliament Building. Regent Terrace. Free. Permanent vigil by the non-party political campaign for a referendum on the establishment of a Scottish Parliament. All welcome.
I NUCLEAR WARHEAO CONVOY INFORMATION Sat 19. lOam—noon. Bottom of The Mound. Free. Edinburgh CND disseminate information about the nuclear warhead convoys which pass along the roads of Scotland. What. you might like to know. would happen in the event of an accident?
I TIMEX DEMONSTRATION Sat 19. 6am—noon. Timex Factory Gates. Harrison Road. Dundee. Bus leaves Waterloo Place 5pm. £3 (£1). Phone 031 336 5789 for bus tickets.
I CYCLE ROUTE CONSTRUCTION Sat 19/Sun 20. 9.30am. Hermiston House Road. bridge over the Union canal. Contact Peter Hawkins on 031 543 3366. SPOKES are hoping to upgrade a mile of the Union Canal towpath to cyclable standard. Bring stout shoes. a packed lunch and tools such as spades and mattocks.
I RESPONSIBILITIES OF POWER Mon 21. 7.30pm. Friends Meeting House. 7 Victoria Terrace. Free. Contact 031 667 8389. Last in the series of discussions with the Edinburgh Humanist Forutn under this heading.
I TIMEX SUPPORT GROUP Tue 22 and weekly. 7.30pm. Unemployed Worker‘s Centre. 103 Broughton Street. Solidarity with the strikers.
I MSF YOUTH Tue 22. 7.30pm. Clarendon Hotel. Grosvenor Street. Free. Open meeting for young members of the Manufacturing. Science and Finance Union with a free buffet as added inducement.
I PERFORMANCE POETRY Fri 25. 7.30pm. Filmhouse. Lothian Road. £2 (£1). Ace manic performance poet Brendan Cleary introduces three new poetry pamphlets by Paul Reekie. Alison Kermack and Kim Oliver.
I KEEP SCOTTISH WATER PUBLIC Sat 26. 11.30am. Gayfteld Square. top of Leith Walk. Free. Details from 031 661 2310. March to a Rally at the Kirkgate Community Centre (12.30pm) with the Hands Off ()ur Water campaign. Main speaker is man of the people Tommy Sheridan.
I THE POWER OF LOVE Tue 29. 7.30pm. Friends Meeting House. 7 Victoria Terrace. Free. Contact 031 229 7220. Dadi Hirdaya Mohini. Director of activities of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University. will share her experience of the application of spiritual qualities and strength in life.
I MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS Tue 29. 8pm. Filmhouse. 88 Lothian Road. 031 228 6382. Free. Following the 6.30pm screening of Blue Black Permrmanl. Shiona Wood will introduce an informal audience discussion centred around the screenings this month ofA World Apart. Mildred Pierce and Blue Black Permanent.
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