which burnt down under allegedly suspicious circumstances back in the 1980s. Scamp Club (Scampclub pets are not for adoption.) which burnt down under allegedly suspicious circumstances back in the 1980s. [RUF is also FURmans backwards?]. Now they can include snack bars, flashing lights, waitress service, drinks with meals all competing for one of the most attractive money markets in the country today the teenagers. Latterly closed and under threat but now  open again as . Circa 1982. It was suggested that the staff who normally stayed behind after closing for a few drinks were ushered out early that night and the DJ who normally stored his record collection at the club removed it that evening but such were only rumours and may be entirely untrue'. I have a really good file with lots of photos of the restoration process. Ruth previously completed Level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People having previously completed Playwork level 8. The night after I left my job there, The Beatles actually performed there. The sixties popular music scene was more diverse than todays, although it could be said that the boundaries were a little clearer. Club contact: LANCE POWERS. A former Temperance Hotel strangely enough. It closed and re-opened again in the late 1990s but was not listed in 1999. Let us know your views on it. The demand for the more accessible musical mixture on offer to the public brought even more new venues. These appeared for the first time in the telephone directories in 1971 although I suspect they existed earlier. First established in 1962 the company changed its name in 1986 in-line with its core business of "Security Control, Alarm Monitoring & Patrols". I think it must have opened 1979, as Ive recorded a Help! The Washington, in the historic former Dock Offices building which in the 1990s was to be known as the Bounty, had opened in 1980 before closing in 1982. We would like to thank you for a wonderful 2022 and we look forward to seeing you in 2023! As I wrote in my study of Bishop Lane: The fashion for discotheques was at its peak in the late 1960s and property in the old-town would have been at its lowest price for any prospective buyer. Pepper`s place, i.e. Listed as a pub from 1994, but as it had a large dance-floor it was obviously intended as a place to boogie. T.C.s Nightclub & Restaurant, 1 Ropery Street. Pic 'Scamps_Nightclub': 'The entrance to Scamps' Pic 'scan0013 . How wrong could I be, Paul Rusling, a DJ from the time recalls: - 'this was a coffee and coke speak-easy late night club in 1967. Montagues had gone by the end of the 1980s and the Hull Food Restaurant took over after vacating their premises in Charles Street in 1991. Still there in 1991, as the photo below was taken in that year. May have been an early name for what became the Bier Keller, as remembered by my cousin Steve Worner of sixties group the Five Trax. Site re-opened as a pub (?) played as I know I saw them, but some of these [memories] were at dances at the Art College. That had been a gambling place at some time, it still had blackjack and roulette tables when I first went in, in 1968. Fourth Estate, London 1994. Can, Darryl Ways "Wolf" and New York Dolls, gave them directions to get to the club. An ex Hull Mod recalls 'Mod haunt 66-68. Another name for Discoteque, also referred to as Disco Kon Tiki locally. Hull Music Archive is an ongoing project which aims to document a full and detailed history of music from and related to . This legendary local hot-spot - fondly known as Tower For An Hour - was first listed as a nightclub in 1984. An application to transfer the Oddessy license was made in August, 1984. The club was the former Skyline ballroom and had two halls - the main cabaret room that held 1200 guests SEATED and 200 more standing, plus a 700 person discotheqe next door. The light-show side has its own people to run it, and Neil Manyan is the back room boy who looks after the sound equipment. The club opened in 1961 when it was called Mecca's Hull Locarno Ballroom. which burnt down under allegedly suspicious circumstances back in the 1980s. Blues sat alongside Rock & Roll and Skiffle, and Motown met with Rhythm & Blues and spawned a new breed of soul. The Hull Times ran an advertisement for this club in its issue of 28 November 1975 (page 13). Regular band was The Alan Bond Orchestra. Mole, who had run The Discotheque in Whitefriargate - he was also an antiques dealer. Opened in 1996. University of Hull-Students Union, Cottingham Road. As you say in your entry it was run by the local hippies - if my vague recollections are correct, the disco had been going for some time before I discovered it in late 1972, and was run by students of a hippified nature who later set up in Leonard St.I didn't go much to the town clubs - I found them too elitist - you had to wear a TIE!! In the 1980s it became the alternative venue in Hull, and was the location for many events usually patronised by social workers, students or teachers. Easy places to crash a party I seem to recall. Rave Magazine, November 1966 & April 1967 editions, Tower House Publications, London 1967 (authors collection). A few clubs, that were often un-licensed, also provided gambling and a stage for the local Beat group, Jazz combo or Folk Club, whereas the new discotheques (discos) catered solely for the ravers who craved to dance to mostly pop-chart orientated music in more extrovert hip surroundings. Mark Peacock recalls it was part of the Hull Brick Company, a promotional company that formed in 1970 and was responsible for attracting larger bands to Hull (usually at the City Hall) T Rex, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Yes, Free, Lindisfarne, Mott the Hoople, etc. - we are quite happy with the image of discos and a disco is a bit more lively than a pub. Regular band was - of course - the Newington Orchestra. Anyone remember Scamps? Noted under clubs, social & general from c.1969 and was possibly the first in Hull to be known as a discotheque but seems to have gone by 1971. The new form of entertainment hasnt stopped them playing badminton regularly at the YPI and they reckon they spend about 75p a week on disco entertainment. Regular bands were those of Harry Chatterton, Stan Thrussel and Leslie Rose. A double site coupled with Annabellas, and both owned by the Mecca Group. However, it never seems to have been listed in the telephone directories, unless it was classed as a pub - everyone knows it was in the old Skylines premises, so where was it recorded? Remembered by Chris Ketchell (what isnt?) A cabaret club open in the early 1970s, with an excellent name, and its logo was a cute Penguin carrying a drinks tray (from an advert in the Hull Times, 2 May 1971. Also a restaurant, but it had a dance floor and a disc jockey and separate bars, so it wasnt just a restaurant. Listed from at least 1960 as a ballroom dancing venue, but gone by 1963? I believe that the building was originally a Baptist Church and reportedly still had straw in the roof (early form of roof insulation) which helped the fire get a hold. I think I am correct in saying this was one of Hulls first Gay bars. They are fighting to correct their image; they are very slowly attracting an older type of customer; they make plenty of work for those involved behind the scenes. This coincided with the demolition of the Oddessy and Dingwalls building with demolition contractors DJ Broady being tasked to clear the site for a new development. Copyright 2022 Hull Music Archive,All Rights Reserved. 15 with a Bullet. The most common age group we meet says Tony is the 18 to 24 age group, these are the people who go in to a pub to listen to discos. I prefer to remember it as a Monday night venue - Rock Night where I used to go after playing pool in the Spring Bank Tavern and saw wonderful people like Dr. Feelgood and Chris Spedding (minus his Womble outfit). Follow us on Instagram -On the Hull Live Instagram page we share gorgeous pictures of our stunning city - and if you tag us in your posts, we could repost your picture on our page! Jailhouse Rock Club Venue & Bar, 2 Norfolk Street. The dance floor was in the basement and was exceedingly seedy. Enjoying a renaissance in the early naughties. This never seems to have been listed as a club in the telephone directories etc, so was it another name for the Bishop Lane Club itself. It opened 7 days per week till 5am and in summer of course, I remember leaving at that time in daylight!'. Planet EarthNightclub/Bar, 112-116 George Street. A swish dance hall above the 1920s Jacksons store in Paragon Street. By the end of the 1970s (1980?) Trouble is of course, cater for one group and you throw yourself open to abuse by another. Enjoying a renaissance in the early naughties. A disco room in a pub? First listed in 1982 under clubs, social & general and still going in 2009, it was opened as a music venue by Paul Jackson in 1984 and incorporated the Unity Club in 1985. Coffee Bars had arrived in the 1950s, with all things exotic enjoyed by the more liberated post-war youth, and were epitomised by the 'Two-Is' Club in London. Regular live music venue; I saw Slade, Little Bob Story (French rock band who crucified Small Faces numbers), errrr? 22 - July 27 - Aug 9, 2022 - Scamp Club Another great name, and Near St Judes Church Hull's swingingist new club in a 1967 advertisement, mentioned in one of Tim Josephs Grandads columns in WHERE? Tots 2000 (pictured in 1997) in Southend. The building's owners, London based Freshwater Group, made a start in sending insurance assessors to the building shell. Was it also known as Oscars, or was that a pub within the Hotel? Emily joined the team in April 2021 and has completed her level 7 in Social Care, Children & Young People just in time before going off on maternity leave in November 2021. We were one of the first places to serve capuccinos and hot chocolate with whipped cream. These were completed in December of 1970 just in time for Christmas. Download our app-You can download our free app foriPhone and iPad fromApple'sAppStore, or get theAndroid version from Google Play. Not listed separately elsewhere. Chris Ketchell suggested this was the contact address for a mobile disco. Francis was our Vice President, we went to all the opening dos and presentation ceremonies as we got him all sorts of awards. New kid on the block opened circa 1998; catering for thirty-somethings apparently although their original promotion suggested they were introducing an over 25s club to Hull. For the first few minutes when playing to a new audience the DJ must watch for their reaction and then cater for it throughout the evening. And as Peter Croskill says young people do seem to have more money than they used to. Noted for the first time in 1963 as the Wellington Social Club, under clubs, social & general but was probably more of a working mens club until its new lease of life in the late 1970s (?) Noted for the first time in 1963 as the Wellington Social Club, under clubs, social & general but was probably more of a working mens club until its new lease of life in the late 1970s (?) Took over the Club International in 1989-90 and was demolished shortly after, circa 199 something. Not listed in 1994. And it seems that where a change of words is needed to help right the situation, the right one is proving very difficult to find. Also it took over from Bier-Keller, which definitely was a proper club. Bailey's closed its doors and was put up for sale in August 1977 due to falling attendances. SCAMP Security provide a comprehensive range of integrated security, fire protection and manned guarding services. Became Tiffanys in 1973 and later L.A.s. Later the Jailhouse, Blue Lamp etc. It closed in 1971 after Baileys opened and was refurbished. Club Benefits: Open Membership, Club Newsletter, Informative Programs, Regular . And it seems that where a change of words is needed to help right the situation, the right one is proving very difficult to find. Scamps are always eager to promote and encourage outdoor play, even during the winter months but especially in the Summer; so please make sure you provide SUN CREAM (it should be in the original packaging and clearly labelled with your childs name) as well as suitable wet weather clothing and shoes for your child. In march 1968 we began renting it for one early night a week for our Radio 270 fan club, when I began my DJ work (still but 13). Situated within the block of property now demolished at the western corner of Anlaby Road and Argyle Street, and listed for the first time in 1978. Another regular was Margaret, who recalls: - 'I used to frequent the Gondola Coffee Club nearly every day and three times at the week-ends. It re-opened in September 1972 as TIFFANYS (main hall) with a resident band plus DJs (myself - as Paul Alexander, and "Angus Androcules") and a smaller discotheue upstairs called Annabellas. On the ground floor Braidy's Bar, a "fun drinkery," which . Shortly before that happened, we were young kids hooked on the promise of fun, mad action & Disco . Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg thanks Rob!). Usually with the Maxwell Daniels Band. This suggests a possible distinction between those listed as social clubs and those listed elsewhere, i.e. John Peel did at least one gig there. The Oddessy Diskotek, formerly known as Scamps, located at no. Anyone remember Scamps? For cancellations or changes please text or call the team on, Please BOOK NOW using the Cheqdin Parents Portal or via the App, Cut off date is Friday 1st July after which late booking fees of 2.50 per child per session will be added, *** Please use SUBMIT ENQUIRY button for any registration queries before completing registration. Some suggest it was the site of the present Editorial Inn, and Paul Taylor, who visited in the late 1960s recalls: -'Penny Farthing was at the top of Spring Bank near Editorial but I think it was not at the end of a terrace but was mid terrace. There is also copy of it in the cloakroom area at Scamps. scamps nightclub hulltyrone smith obituary. n the early 1980s a Nightclub called Scamps on Waterloo Street, was bought out & renamed as Rockshots. This remained the case throughout the 1960s but as the decade wore on the ballrooms began to be complemented by coffee bars, which became a place for teenagers to gather and listen to their new music whilst sipping Espresso day or night. Scamps of course became Odyssey (actually wasn't it spelt wrong?) It appeared to last less than two years and was not recorded in 1993. Venue: Locarno Ballroom by Nick Boldock on 11th February 2018 A legendary local nightspot of the 1960s, the Locarno was the place to be until its closure in 1971. At the moment he finds what all the other DJs I spoke to find that what pleases the majority is the Motown sound. We also put the latest news in our Instagram Stories. I have mentioned some in the gazetteer to get us started, mostly taken from Hull Jazz & Jazzmen by Laurie Dex. I remember seeing many of Hulls Rock Bands here around 1980, notably the wonderfully named Ethel The Frog who blew my mind with a heavy version of Eleanor Rigby (as well as the guitarist having a Gibson Explorer guitar). In 1973 there was a section for Night Clubs for the first time in the Yellow Pages, but the only club listed in this section was Tiffanys until 1978-79 when Romeos & Juliets appeared. This place has put a ban on jeans but as the manager says - very few come in jeans and as Mr Croskill points out casual dress does not necessarily mean troublesome people. An oldie but a goodie, The State opened as a nightclub in the 80s. Club Website: www.scamps.homestead.com. Legendary local hot-spot, listed as a night-club for the first time in 1984. More mainstream music began to include examples of all the styles, which can be seen from the amazing mix to be found in an average hit parade of the mid-sixties. Click here to give it a like! Difficult to trace in the telephone directories unless it was listed as a pub? Only Clubs, Social and General were listed (of which there were 96) and Clubs Dancing and Ballroom, which had one entry - the Kevin Ballroom, North Church Side (also the home of the Birdland jazz club see later). as possibly a club over the covered market. Not sure if this was a mobile or not Local Gareth Watkins remembered it was ran by Hulls hippies and moved around, but Im not sure what the inference is there? and in 1973 Downstairs a licensed caf & restaurant was listed at No.26 Albion Street. Thousands of people have already joined the groups to share news and start conversations. Spiders Nightclub is an independent alternative music club in Hull. How wrong could I be, Paul Rusling, a DJ from the time recalls: - 'this was a coffee and coke speak-easy late night club in 1967. The scene on George Street in Hull, day after a fire ripped through the Oddessy Disco and Dingwalls Bar in the city. It was a large two storey warehouse type building. Palatial, distinctive yet colourful, Blue Lace in Hall Ings, formerly Scamps, was a designer's dream of space, lighting and sound. Graham Hardy remembers it was still open circa 1979. ). Rumours Night Club, 208-210 Anlaby Road. I can't remember the name of the owner, a small neat man with a bit of a presence, or his girlfriend, whoput on regular dancing displayswith her partner in what would nowadays not go amiss in Strictly. The Hull & Yorkshire Times ran a front-page article by Rex Booth in their issue of Friday 15 October 1971, which reflected the attitude of the time towards the new scene, and is repeated here in full as a suitable introduction to the subject. It was renamed Tiffany's in 1972, when it became the only place to be. They had a sort of barrier in front of the bar behind which girls stood and you had to give them your order they would then get it from the bar staff and you then paid them, the system was dropped after a few months thank goodness, the beer was Camerons if I remember rightly'. If you are up there and others sit down, you stop up there, but you feel more self conscious if you get up early and you are the only ones. . Hartlepool firm Camerons Brewery were also in a dilemma as they were due to submit details on turning the Dingwalls venue into a pub before the Hull City Council Planning Committee on January 11. The neighbouring empty Dingwalls music venue (former Hofbrauhaus) was gutted, along with the Oddessy, with firefighters describing the blaze as white hot, bending steel girders out of shape. Its once a week to a disco for Pat and her friend Linda Chappel, also 18. As with many clubs, the Welly was also a place you could see local bands. Share on Facebook Share. as a more trendy venue. Scamps will be closed for the holiday starting Tuesday, December 20th, 2022 and will reopen on Tuesday, January 3rd. Listed until late 1992 when it became Central Park & Ritzys. Became Oasis 2000 in 2000 and is now  Club Zen. First listed in 1982 in the entertainments section of the Yellow Pages, taking over the Scamps/Hofbrauhaus premises. An ex Hull Mod recalled this was 'the other mod club 65-69 cool in the afternoon', and Ann who worked there as a waitress recalled more detail 'I came across your article on Hull discos when I was looking up the Gondola discotheque - asI used to work there in 1963 - and wanted to know what had happened to itsince I had fond memories of the place - in fact it was one of the most enjoyable jobs I have had over almost 50 years. AB15 5HY, Tuesday 18/10: The Land Before Time Dinosaur Day (fossil making, dinosaur dig excavation, lava slime), Friday 21/10: Pumpkin Art (pumpkin painting, slime making and cinnamon pumpkin pie baking), Wednesday 26/10: Halloween paper mach Art, Thursday 27/10: Halloween themed games and crafts, Friday 28/10: PJ + Movie with Hot Chocolate and Marshmallows. The former cinema was the place to go when the city's pubs closed, and has had a long. Andy also had a place 15 52 Spring bank called, originally the Speakeasy. Click the relevant link below to join the groups you are interested in and get involved! So why then at 9.50 in the evening, were there no men on the dancing space at all I wondered? Historically this had been the site of the Hope & Anchor pub. Rex Booth wrote an article in the Hull Times of 17th August 1973 entitled Theyre in the groove and the sound is Rock! [Sounds like Smashey & Nicey] that recorded the popular 50s nights at the club that were well attended by Hulls Teddy Boys. Man accused of drugging date 'was arranging to meet another woman just 12 hours after she had died', Christopher Downes is accused of the manslaughter of Kim Harrop, Major Hull visitor attraction work gathers pace as dock gate contract awarded, Initial tender exercise failed to attract a single bid, Should all-day bus lanes in Hull be scrapped? Phew!The University also had discos and bands at Cottingham, mostly at The Lawns, but they probably don't count for your purposes, as they weren't in Hull.'. Only one was listed in 1971 - Red Bird Discotheques of 22 New Walk Beverley, in the entertainers section. click here to follow Hull Live on Twitter. In march 1968 we began renting it for one early night a week for our Radio 270 fan club, when I began my DJ work (still but 13). Its manager, former Waterfront operator Peter OBrien, headed the team of 25 staff, opening hours were 9pm to 1.45pm, Tuesday to Saturday with Monday nights available for private hire. Ticket for Scamps nightclub (loaned to us by Rob Goldberg - thanks Rob!). Stackridge, a particularly memorable rendition of "Let there be lids". We'd love to know what you think, Should the times be changed? Upstairs was Scamps which was I believe owned by the same people. Mention the word discotheque. In 1997 Dj vu (Independent Promotions) situated in the Hull Business Centre were first entered in the Yellow Pages under night-clubs. Sounds like a place were you grooved to the latest tunes. I have since updated it with additional memories sent in by readers and viewers of this website but it must only be a fraction of the places that you could call a club in Hull since the Second World War, other than traditional 'Social Clubs' and working mens clubs. alternative venue in Hull, and was the location for many events usually patronised by social workers, students or teachers. Listed as a night-club from 1995 and continued until 1996 when it became known simply as The Lamp, just a pub really. However, Graham Hardy has a different take: - 'I dont actually remember the Barracuda but do recall seeing a photograph ofBishop Lanewhen it was there. Tamla/Atlantic music all-nighters club was hated by those "normals" from locarno ect., but much loved by in "in crowd". You were almost certainly guaranteed a fight if you wanted one in Scamps. 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