The Hull Telephone Directory of 1960 had no individual sections for entertainments, discotheques, music venues, coffee clubs, coffee bars, nightclubs, or even working mens clubs. Did night-clubs have a late licence whereas the others had normal pub hours; or can they be quantified by actually having a licence for dancing? Popular with city office workers out for a liquid lunch did they have strippers too? Scamps nightclub (now Mansion) in Southend 1976. Much the same as all the other so called coffee clubs such as Cameo or Gothernburg'. I remember seeing many of Hulls Rock Bands here around 1980, notably the wonderfully named Ethel The Frog who blew my mind with a heavy version of Eleanor Rigby (as well as the guitarist having a Gibson Explorer guitar). Older people are finding the discos more attractive. A swish dance hall above the 1920s Jacksons store in Paragon Street. Noted in the 1966 telephone directory under cafs and restaurants, but could you dance there? But they were not here for the beer; merely the fashion show later that night. In 1973 there was a section for Night Clubs for the first time in the Yellow Pages, but the only club listed in this section was Tiffanys until 1978-79 when Romeos & Juliets appeared. Dalia previously completed her Level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People prior to joining Scamps and has now also completed her Level 8 in Social Care, Children & Young People. It housed two bars and boasted 800 sq ft of mirrors, over 100 plants and a colour scheme of white, lemon, green and gold, and was advertised as the latest concept in clubbing entertainment. Taylor joined the team in December 2021 and will be starting her level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People. Tamla/Atlantic music all-nighters club was hated by those "normals" from locarno ect., but much loved by in "in crowd". Still open in 1979 but not listed in 1980. Scamps Snack Menuplease follow this link to view or download. Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg - thanks Rob!). were listed, the Majestic in Witham and the New York Hotel & Ballroom Anlaby Road, the latter listed in the Hotels (mostly public houses) section. Taking over the old Fifty One Casino Club/Club 51 site, the Silhouette Club opened in 1979 owned by Zipwain Ltd., see right. Usually opened till 2pm'. Listed as a night-club for the first time in the telephone directory of 1992. But their work is not just a question of putting on records and flashing a few lights. People dont just want to go out for a drink they want something to look at and listen to as well. Did it become Club International and later Henrys again or was thelaterHenrys a bar within Club International? May have later become the Cameo Club. Beechgrove Scout Hut Join Scamp Club Animals of all sorts can join the ScampClub. Click the relevant link below to join the groups you are interested in and get involved! Many superb live acts appeared here (Steve Marriot, Albert Lee) and it was a great place for a boogie to good old Rock music. A foam party at Kings Club on Canvey in 1995. Was it also known as Oscars, or was that a pub within the Hotel? All children have individual care plans completed to help with their development and support. More commonly, it was known as Bier Keller, but not referred to as such in the telephone directories. The majority of his friends visit discos two or three times a week, and Terry and his pals find them the current in-place to meet girls. Taxi drivers were often in with their, ehem more regular female customers. But even so it doesnt make us wish we were single again. Noted for the first time in 1963 as the Wellington Social Club, under clubs, social & general but was probably more of a working mens club until its new lease of life in the late 1970s (?) Work was planned to be completed by January 1985, with site owners Freshwater being tight lipped at the time about the future development. Montagues Club, 1-2 Bishop Lane, High Street corner. At the moment he finds what all the other DJs I spoke to find that what pleases the majority is the Motown sound. Before its demise, the club had originally opened on February 11, 1982, with a guest appearance by Radio 1 DJ Simon Bates. In the late 60s I think it was known as 'The Round' and /or 'Bizarre society' c.1971. Listed as a night-club from 1995 and continued until 1996 when it became known simply as The Lamp, just a pub really. Francis was our Vice President, we went to all the opening dos and presentation ceremonies as we got him all sorts of awards. I have since updated it with additional memories sent in by readers and viewers of this website but it must only be a fraction of the places that you could call a club in Hull since the Second World War, other than traditional 'Social Clubs' and working mens clubs. The ex Hull Mod notes that: - 'Only plus point of Locarno was The Kinks played in 1967 - they looked arkward in such a naff venue'. Still running in 1989 but converted to the Paradise Club in 1989-90. Listed for the first time as Ocean 11 in 1975 under clubs, social & generalI can remember popping in to this one. city of gary streets and sanitation; velma kelly monologue; wellington towers brantford; 0. scamps nightclub sutton. Rosie OGradys Nightclub, County Road North. Waterfront Club (The), Princes Dock Side. Excellent music, always. I can't remember the name of the owner, a small neat man with a bit of a presence, or his girlfriend, whoput on regular dancing displayswith her partner in what would nowadays not go amiss in Strictly. The former cinema was the place to go when the city's pubs closed, and has had a long. However, it never seems to have been listed in the telephone directories, unless it was classed as a pub - everyone knows it was in the old Skylines premises, so where was it recorded? Tony Smith could blood some of the club's youngest talent at Sheffield Eagles this Sunday. In 1970 plans were submitted for an extension to the Bishop Lane Club which involved the development of former property in Stewarts Yard, to the south of the original buildings of No.2 Bishop Lane. Later listed as Club International, a night-club, until 1989. Hulls Folk Music crowd too had their own venues and haunts, and jive halls still catered for those Teddy Boys reluctant to give up their drapes and crepes. and in 1973 Downstairs a licensed caf & restaurant was listed at No.26 Albion Street. The Oddessy Diskotek, formerly known as Scamps, located at no. One was clearing debris from a stairway when he was blown down the stairs in a blast from a gas explosion. My parents are often quite worried in case there are fights, said Paul. Jeff also worked across the road at number 51, which was the legendary 51 Club. The fire made it to the top of a regrettable national league when a newspaper report dated March 2 stated the blaze was the most expensive in Britain throughout January at 1.3m. From 1992 it was listed in the Yellow Pages as a night-club, so does this suggest it was at this point it got its first regular late licence? Andre Brannan was also an early visitor:- 'Have fond memories of Malcolms from 72 to 74. Remembered by Chris Ketchell (what isnt?) Located on the north side of Spring Bank somewhere according to Graham Wilkinson. Our daily newsletter- To get the latest headlines direct to your email inbox every day,click here. Fagins Night-Club, Royal Station Hotel, Ferensway. Owner Malcolm Backhouse of South Cave had known there was a demand for this type of entertainment for some years. Formerly Oasis, Oasis 2000, Quigleys, Club Sahara etc. Blue LampLive Music Club & Bar, 2 Norfolk Street. and incorporating Luckies Bar upstairs circa 2001. University of Hull-Students Union, Cottingham Road. Club Website: www.scamps.homestead.com. The Oddessy Diskotek, formerly known as Scamps, located at no. There was a very large Bouncer called Dennis. A few clubs, that were often un-licensed, also provided gambling and a stage for the local Beat group, Jazz combo or Folk Club, whereas the new discotheques (discos) catered solely for the ravers who craved to dance to mostly pop-chart orientated music in more extrovert hip surroundings. I had to be off the premises by 10:30 when it opened up as a coffee bar! They had a sort of barrier in front of the bar behind which girls stood and you had to give them your order they would then get it from the bar staff and you then paid them, the system was dropped after a few months thank goodness, the beer was Camerons if I remember rightly'. In march 1968 we began renting it for one early night a week for our Radio 270 fan club, when I began my DJ work (still but 13). Hull College-Students Union, Queens Gardens. The secrets behind Hull's mysterious black door that goes to nowhere, The shocking riots which left Hull prison all but destroyed with 4m damage, The luxurious past hidden behind this wall in Whitefriargate. Hull Entertainment Guide- Issue No.8 April 1948, Vogue Publicity Co., 6 Bond St. The fashion, the music and the nightlife Friday, 26 March 2010 Welcome To 70's Disco Nightlife Chapter - 2 Where do you start?? Despite a great line up of acts the venue closed later the same year Christmas eve 1971 saw the last gig and it closed completely in January 1972; as an unlicensed venue (never likely to get a licence in a former Methodist Hall) it was a risk, and also had problems with Hells Angels, which probably hastened its demise. It was a turning point for the city. In 2009 this section of Albion Street is under redevelopment to accommodation, which it started life as in the 1870s. I think I went a number of times in the (late?) Follow us on Instagram -On the Hull Live Instagram page we share gorgeous pictures of our stunning city - and if you tag us in your posts, we could repost your picture on our page! . Very rough and tumble with an old black guy on the door who always had a baseball bat handy. A cabaret club open in the early 1970s, with an excellent name, and its logo was a cute Penguin carrying a drinks tray (from an advert in the Hull Times, 2 May 1971. I don't think we served alcohol. Another incarnation of the old Ceasars Palace, Ku2, Bali Ha`i site, opening late 1997? Its manager, former Waterfront operator Peter OBrien, headed the team of 25 staff, opening hours were 9pm to 1.45pm, Tuesday to Saturday with Monday nights available for private hire. Revolution in the Head; The Beatles Records and the Sixties, Ian Macdonald. Rumours Night Club, 208-210 Anlaby Road. You could dance too. The night after I left my job there, The Beatles actually performed there. Doing his best to keep live music alive. Get the latest nostalgia features and photo stories from Hull Live straight to your inbox. It may also have started life as a working mens club (see Working Mens Clubs page). Scamps of course became Odyssey (actually wasn't it spelt wrong?) Phew!The University also had discos and bands at Cottingham, mostly at The Lawns, but they probably don't count for your purposes, as they weren't in Hull.'. If you are up there and others sit down, you stop up there, but you feel more self conscious if you get up early and you are the only ones. It was formerly Seven Seas Club, and had nice Tetleys beer in the upstairs bar. New music programme The Tube was filmed there as part of a feature on the Liverpool music scene. Some parents have taken their younger children to a disco and collected them again later when they had enjoyed an evening out themselves. However, Graham Hardy has a different take: - 'I dont actually remember the Barracuda but do recall seeing a photograph ofBishop Lanewhen it was there. Closed 1986-87. Now  Club Zen. On the ground floor Braidy's Bar, a "fun drinkery," which . Based in the old Edwin Davis building this club opened late 1992 and attempted to fill the need for a rave venue, yet sadly succeeded only in creating a drug-pushers paradise. For discos are now more than just rooms in which to dance, with records booming away in the background. If you have any questions please speak to a member of the team at pick up time. The team will be updating the wall murals and photo displays throughout the year now the halls have been repainted. It re-opened in September 1972 as TIFFANYS (main hall) with a resident band plus DJs (myself - as Paul Alexander, and "Angus Androcules") and a smaller discotheue upstairs called Annabellas. By 1972 there were more: -, Diskord Enterprises, 13 Cranbourne Street, Light Fantastic, 15a Hull Road, Cottingham, Red Bird, Octagon House, 9 Norfolk Street. Opened circa 1990, taking over the former Sculcoates Club - a working men's club. Listed for the first time in 1973. Chris Ketchell suggested this was the contact address for a mobile disco. Jailhouse Rock Club Venue & Bar, 2 Norfolk Street. Scamps are always eager to promote and encourage outdoor play, even during the winter months but especially in the Summer; so please make sure you provide SUN CREAM (it should be in the original packaging and clearly labelled with your child's name) as well as suitable wet weather clothing and shoes for your child. Listed from at least 1960 as a ballroom dancing venue, but gone by 1963? Noted as a Sunday night concert stage that occasionally featured jazz bands, but you could dance Mid 1970s? The mobile disco world has its own lingo. Regular bands were those of Harry Chatterton, Stan Thrussel and Leslie Rose. '60s although I only really have specific memories of once or twice. How wrong could I be, Paul Rusling, a DJ from the time recalls: - 'this was a coffee and coke speak-easy late night club in 1967. We would like to thank you for a wonderful 2022 and we look forward to seeing you in 2023! It opened 7 days per week till 5am and in summer of course, I remember leaving at that time in daylight!'. Listed from 1973, initially in the entertainments and amusements section of the Yellow Pages. 15, No. Categories . And as Peter Croskill says young people do seem to have more money than they used to. SCAMP Security provide a comprehensive range of integrated security, fire protection and manned guarding services. As with many clubs, the Welly was also a place you could see local bands. Listed as a social club and changed to No.11 South Street from 1962 - I just love that name. Romeos & Juliets opened circa 1978-79 over the Co-op. Listed from 1961 - was it an early coffee club, can anyone remember that far back? I remember the jive dancers giving shows and also meeting Joe Cocker in his early days. Our latest CARE INSPECTORATE unannounced inspection report you can download your copy HERE. Ephemera: John Lee Hooker / Skyline ticket, Emma Fee - Too Busy Watching Invisible Things. Thousands of people have already joined the groups to share news and start conversations. TEAM KEY WORKERS Every member of the team is allocated their own group of children to make observations, interact, engage, listen to and support each childs needs using the GIRFEC and SHANARRI approach. How 60s is that name? Pic 'Scamps_Nightclub': 'The entrance to Scamps' Pic 'scan0013 . We were one of the first places to serve capuccinos and hot chocolate with whipped cream. It closed and re-opened again in the late 1990s but was not listed in 1999. One non musical memory was from that period when they couldn't serve you drinks except by waitress. Memories Of Scamps Nightclubby MrEUK 9 2 Playing tracks by Stargard, Candi Staton, Zapp, Kool & The Gang, Lew Kirton and more. Tiffanys Nightspot & Discoteque, Ferensway. Could the name suggest it was opened in 1966? This was a former hairstylists and caf until the late 1960s when it was supposedly known off the record as Movin Scene. url_twitter = 'http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hullmusicarchive.co.uk%2Fephemera-scamps-ticket%2F'; Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg - thanks Rob!). Became Rumours Night Club circa 1990 - was Henrys part of it - Henrys Bar? Somewhere to go and not much else to do. Club Benefits: Open Membership, Club Newsletter, Informative Programs, Regular . After a pause he replied where commercial ones are concerned there has been some relenting on the part of the Watch Committee I think, and the whole area is waking up to the idea of sound and vision. First listed in 1987 as a night-club, known colloquially as. Mention the word discothequeto the average man in the street and he thinks of drug pushing and brawls involving zombie like characters with more hair than a cave man and whom he wouldnt trust with his daughter. For, say 8 you can have a full evenings entertainment of music and lights for your party, with the music to suit your own or your guests varied tastes. In the 1980s it became. Clearly, the telephone book would only list the venues that actually had a telephone, so there must have been many more, but by 1961 two more. It continued to be listed until 1977. Yes you could dance (well freak-out anyway) if you could find room to do so - or actually manage to stand up in the first place. Formerly the flea-pit Tower Cinema. But he finds no fights where he goes. A few have even arrived and asked to be shown around. Now they can include snack bars, flashing lights, waitress service, drinks with meals all competing for one of the most attractive money markets in the country today the teenagers. Baileys closed its doors and was put up for sale in August 1977 due to falling attendances. Aberdeen Graham Wilkinson remembered that this was Ocean 11s earlier name, but it was never apparently in the directories, although Paul Taylor was also there and he remembers: -'Movin Scene on Witham opened towards the end of 1969 and it was exclusively soul music. Click here to give it a like! Originally known variously as the Kon-Tiki Club, the Barn and Disco 66. Hull Daily Mail - read now online on YUMPU News Magazine flat rate Subscription Read digitally YUMPU News digital subscription - 30 days free trial! Tony Cliff is one of three partners who run a local mobile disco. Why do he and his friends make these frequent visits? First listed as a night-club in the telephone directory of 1992, located next door to Club Sahara, with which it joined forces at some point in 1993 to create the larger Oasis. White Boy Singin the Blues; The Black Roots of White Rock, Michael Bane. - we are quite happy with the image of discos and a disco is a bit more lively than a pub. It was a place you went after going round town and where you could get a drink after pub closing hours. Flamingo Coffee Club & Casino, 106 Londesborough Street. Ceased to be listed in late 1992. Listed until late 1992 when it became Central Park & Ritzys. Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg thanks Rob!). We have an open door policy and welcome parentalinput, comments andcommunication. Listed under clubs, social & general from 1971 but may have been known as a more of a dance venue (as Ruf 15 was) as it was to become the Rio Discotheque in 1973. It ran as a regular late night coffee club and disco after 10:30, when the resident DJ was Jeff Bunting. This remained the case throughout the 1960s but as the decade wore on the ballrooms began to be complemented by coffee bars, which became a place for teenagers to gather and listen to their new music whilst sipping Espresso day or night. I cant remember it as being licensed, but it may have been. which burnt down under allegedly suspicious circumstances back in the 1980s. scamps nightclub hull5 types of digging in volleyball scamps nightclub hull. Chuck us a few pence if you wish to x, A legendary local nightspot of the 1960s, the Locarno was the place to be until its closure in 1971. He chuckled and added and if theres a fight I always seem to be in it. Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg thanks Rob!). the Beverley Road Baths had also been a popular ballroom dancing venue in the 1950s and 1960s. In the early 1980s I remember seeing The Damned (and later Captain Sensible solo) and possibly Dr Feelgood (again) but others are a blur. Listed as a pub from 1994, but as it had a large dance-floor it was obviously intended as a place to boogie. Did this become a record shop? The Hull & Yorkshire Times ran a front-page article by Rex Booth in their issue of Friday 15 October 1971, which reflected the attitude of the time towards the new scene, and is repeated here in full as a suitable introduction to the subject. Mole, who had run The Discotheque in Whitefriargate - he was also an antiques dealer. Andy also had a place 15 52 Spring bank called, originally the Speakeasy. These included a casino to the left of the club and a Georgian style fronted building to the right where the original Hugh Rice jewellers was based. An ex Hull Mod recalls 'Mod haunt 66-68. Still a club in 2009, although now long closed. As always you can unsubscribe at any time. 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