Nightclubs in the early 80's


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I think the one Carl is referring to, was the Mardi Gras which took over the premises when the Bierkeller closed down.

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I remember it well, but mostly on a Sunday night, with bands that couldnt make the Saturday gigs. The front of the pub was just the pub, with the acts down the side passage and at the rear of the pub. Still a decent turn out though. 

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On 6/16/2013 at 12:47 PM, Beefsteak said:

Arabellas was in what is now "The Ramada Inn"

Anabels was under "The Malt House" now known (If it's still there) as "The Pit and Pendulum" at the top of Victoria Street

Can anyone remember the DJ at Anabel's?

 

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