Birmingham dance clubs you loved in your twenties 22 Birmingham dance club nights where you partied in the 90s and beyondAs DJ Paul Oakenfold celebrates 25 years of Perfecto Records, we look back at the Birmingham clubs and club nights where you would have danced to these tunes.
How many do you remember? 13:00, 13 MAR 2015Updated13:48, 13 MAR 2015 Dance nightclubs in Birmingham Get What's On updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Did you spend your hard earned cash every Saturday at Birmingham's dance clubs? If so, DJ Paul Oakenfold's latest CD release celebrating 25 years of Perfecto Records will probably be right up your street. It was in 1992 that the nights Wobble and Crunch at Branstons nightclub in Hockley brought Birmingham to the nation's awareness as a place to go for dance music. Wobble was said to be so called because the floor used to wobble as clubbers danced the night away. And dance the night away they certainly did as the venue coach outlet real or fake didn't close until the sun had come up the next morning. Then there was Marco Polo Bar, which opened its doors at 7am and gave the clubbers somewhere to continue partying after sunrise. Another popular hangout was the West End Bar on Snow Hill Queensway. There was a reunion night held at Subway City, Water Street for Tin Tin's and Marco Polo Bar in 2010. The idea of glamorous clubbing arrived around shortly after with Miss Moneypenny's, a theme night at Bonds nightclub in nearby Hampton Street, having arisen out of the extravagant Chuff Chuff rave parties. This event, founded by Mick, Dermot and Jim 'Shaft' Ryan, and Lee Garrick, was initially held as a fancy dress boat party. Bonds later became HQ. A Miss Moneypenny's Bar was launched on Suffolk Street Queensway and soon began the stylish place to be seen. Of course, over the years there have been countless clubs and nights in Birmingham, check if you went to these 50 nightclubs or these 26 nightclubs. Sundissential coach outlet stores kansas was launched in Birmingham's gay village in 1996, with the late DJ Tony De Vit taking to the decks on the opening night. This was more of a hard house club than a trance night, the latter of which is where Paul Oakenfold's loyalties have always lay. For nearly two decades, Oakenfold has been linked with Gatecrasher in Birmingham. Gatecrasher opening on Broad street in 2008 He started his own night at Bakers on Broad Street called Republic in 1993 and, later that year, worked with fellow promoter Simon Raine on a new one off event called Gatecrasher, which was held at the Tardebigge Engine House. The night was originally similar to the likes of Wobble and Miss Moneypenny's but it became so popular that larger events were organised in other locations in and around the West Midlands, including the NEC.
Indeed, there was a special Essential Mix Birmingham that was broadcast on Radio One in October 2001, featuring a set from Paul Oakenfold which was recorded at coach outlet sale 7 62x39mm a massive Gatecrasher party at Birmingham's NEC. It also featured DJ Fergie at Godskitchen at Birmingham club coach outlet for men Code. Gatecrasher is now based in Broad Street.
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