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Membership Card
Tiffany's (Mcr)
1977
TIFFANY'S- Sunday nights were Special. The music was Funk and the Dancers were in. That was the Game - Who was the Best ? Who could attract the most Attention ? This wasn't Chart Disco; It was Cameo - Rigor Mortis and Post Mortem. Bite Your Granny and Tear The Roof Off The Sucker. With a cider and blackcurrant and chicken and chips in a basket you were set.
Four hours of pulsating noise. The D.J.'s would compete with each other. So did the Dancers- That was the reason we were all there ; you didn't sit down - you'd miss something.
Artefact added : 14th June 2008
by barbarella29
Abigail Says –
What a fantastic collection of artefacts, Barbarella. Cider and black and chicken in basket...you don't get that at Sankey's.
COMMENT ADDED 15th June 2008
mat Says –
what did the 'privilege pass' entitle you to?
COMMENT ADDED 16th June 2008
barbarella29 Says –
Thanks for the compliment,its great that other people are interested in them. I think the privilege pass gave me free admission any night- but if it only cost 10p to get in it wasn't much of a saving!
COMMENT ADDED 16th June 2008
skiesareblue Says –
Great place. Cloakroom half way up the stairs with the Loos
COMMENT ADDED 31st December 2008
barbarella29 Says –
I remember there were two bars, one on either side of the dancefloor and there were artificial palm trees round it too. The restuarant was somewhere at the side. The stairs were pretty steep, especially if you'd had a few! I think the cloakrooms were quite posh- do they even have them in clubs now? I think for a commercial nightclub it was a bit more up-market because they always had two DJs on and a live band most nights. I don't think these sort of clubs exist now .
COMMENT ADDED 1st January 2009
goodnightvienna Says –
I used to go on Sunday nights in the mid 70s jonny owen and steve reno were the dj's cracking night
COMMENT ADDED 30th June 2009
rashidi Says –
Tiffany's was the best place to be in those days. ED did great job as well as Dave with the Sunshine Cake band, including Stewart, steve, Mike, Leslie & sindy.
Dancing girl was Gemma posing at the DJ Box during DJ intervals.
COMMENT ADDED 7th January 2013
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