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“I first went to Pips in late 1978 I think. Although the Roxy/Bowie room was by far the best, the other rooms were also fantastic. For a couple of years one room played an electic mix of 60's music - including records I'd only heard at Wigan Casino. One of my stories from the Roxy/Bowie room includes seeing a guy in there who looked EXACTLY like Bowie from Diamond Dogs - same blue & white striped jacket and red feather cut. A few weeks later, I was walking home in Cheetham Hill and there in front of me was the guy - but this time in his working donkey jacket. I've often wondered how much stick he must took on a building site for his hair. Anyway, Pips in the late 70s will always be remembered. I'll see if I can find my membership card!”
10 Apr 2008