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"I'll Always Need You"


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"I'll Always Need You" Details

"I'll Always Need You" is back on Friday 18th October at CLUB D1,

(formerly Courtneys Lounge), from 8pm until 2am.

Expect an eclectic mix of Northern Soul across the board on 100% vinyl,

played by our resident DJ's :- Big Shed, Vance, Linda and Andy Reedy.

CLUB D1 is a stylish venue with a capacity of 250, including bar, comfortable seating/booths,

a largish stage and mixed wooden and tile dancefloor complete with columns.

(Imagine the old Twisted Wheel but clean and a little bit brighter!!)

Plus we've managed to negotiate reduced bar prices with the management

who will now be serving cans of bitter and lager at £2.50.

So if you want a soul nite with style come and visit us, admission is just a fiver for 6 hours of top tunes.

Hope to see you.



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Soo sorry for this late addition to the calendar, just that the clubs proprietors are going thro' with rebranding at the moment and I didn't want to post unless I had all the details ironed out, great news about the beer prices lol.




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no andy tonight as he's working, however great venue, great music - some of my colleagues coming tonight which will be interesting!


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There's Only One Twisted Wheel Club!! ... And everybody knows it!!


Who are you trying to kid?... Imagine the Old Twisted Wheel Club, but clean and a little brighter!!


That place looks as much like the Wheel on Whitworth Street, as the Pack Horse Pub in Failsworth does?  And will never have the Twisted Wheel Clubs Atmosphere!!! And hasn't the penny dropped yet? The 100's and 1000's of people who came to the Wheel loved the Very Dark and Dirty Club !! 


Pete Roberts


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Hey Pete,

sorry pal didn't mean to cause offence, you know I would never try and emulate The Wheel, God knows and you know I've spent many a happy time there over the years, got the patches and the polo shirt lol.

 I was  just trying to make a comparison in terms of size and layout ,eg:  holds 250,  it's in a basement, columns on the dancefloor, that type of thing,( but not the music policy!). It's more like the Wheel than The Torch, Wigan or Mecca.

I also agree, the darkness, dinginess and  "funk" were all part of the "charm" and atmosphere but we move on.

I apologise if you thought I'm trying to cash in on the name, but that wasn't my intention.

Ok mate, catch up with you soon. (PS.  Love to Jackie, hope she's well)



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