Want in there a few years ago and my mate was looking at this lass with big thighs and a short skirt.on no knickers night She barked at him What you looking at -have you never seen the hole you crawled out off. My mate responded by saying Aye but I have never seen one I could crawl back into. Well we did not need bouncers to get us out the door quick we had to run for it after the locals objected-Happy days
I was in Shields for a year, '75 to '76 at the Marine college. I remember both clubs well. Got thrown out of the Tavern by the Bouncers after some Georgie lass came up and walloped me on the dance floor. No idea what for, so went and had a curry along Ocean road......lol
30 years ago the best clubs in NE are in the land of sand dancers (South Shields) - Chelsea cat and the Tavern (held 2000 people and all of the best bands played there) and I was head bouncer at the tavern during my student years (early 70's) and had a great time............:-) (and I was only 5ft 11 and 12 stone but nobody argued with me (real power)) ....ah those were the days
Surrey Lad-I was on the Tuxedo Princess 30 years ago as well but after nights out in Whitley Bay it was posh. Regular-West Bridgford-know it well you must be close to Trent Bridge and a pint with Ken Clarke in Rushcliffe Coggy-you think Puddy would appreciate the bricks more than his alloys. Don't mind where the party is as long as we have one win or lose here and happy to buy a key and Bugsy drinks all night
Tux's left the Geordie shores and ended up in the land of men wearing skirts (Glasgow). I'm told the revolving dance floor confused them as they thought after a dozen pints of heavy that was normal :-)
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