Where Was The End Nightclub?
Where Was Crackers Nightclub?
Crackers was in Wardour Street right by Oxford Street, there’s a Peter Stringfellow’s lap dancing club there now. It was in the basement and it was open seven nights a week.
Where Was Bagleys?
Bagleys was a huge multi-room warehouse club that held some of London’s biggest Saturday night parties. The Cross filled six arches and brought a Balearic party atmosophere to the most run-down corner of central London.
Who Owned Turnmills?
Back then, Turnmills was run by Danny’s father, John Newman, or “Big Man” as his friend Billy Connolly liked to call him. John Newman, 6ft 6in, typically sporting a Tom Selleck moustache and sucking on a Cuban cigar, was fabled in clubland for having blazed the trail with Britain’s first 24-hour licence.
Who Owned Bagleys Nightclub?
Bagleys Studios The legendary night ‘Freedom’ would showcase ten-hour sets from DJ Ariel and a flamboyant, bouncing and committed clientele that kept the night alive for years. After an unfortunate shooting incident, Billy Reilly, owner of club ‘The Cross’ took over management of Bagleys.
When Did Mad Frankie Fraser Die?
November 26, 2014