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New Century Soul Manchester Allnighter - Bury


  Town Hall  - Bury   BL9 0SW   GB

Allnighters
Chris Waterman
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New Century Soul Manchester Allnighter

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Saturday May 28th (Launch Night)
New Century Soul Manchester Allnighter
Bury Town Hall,
Knowsley Street
Bury, 
Greater Manchester, 
BL9 0SW
9pm till 7am
Main Hall 
DJ's Andy Dyson, Calvin Lee Hughes, Dick Krop, Andy Garside, Mick Cooper, John Phillips, Owen 'Monica' Bolton and Colin James
Room Two
The Kenwood Suite: 10pm til 5am
with Robbo, Bob Hinsley, Lenny Dopson, Shifty, Paul Johnson, Simon Ingham and Bazz Maleady
Room Three
Modern Room:10pm till 5.30 
 

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Town Hall, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 0SW, United Kingdom

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Good luck with this!! From what I remember Bury Town Hall is an excellent venue and a fitting home to the quality events that New century Soul is known for!!

Des

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Saturday 28th May sees the return of the NCS All-Nighters to Manchester at the superb new venue, Bury Town Hall. NCS under the guidance of Chris Waterman has always strived to bring the best of the scene together in their events, the best DJ’s, the best venues, the best dancefloors, the best sound and most of all the best people. This new event will be no exception!
With a choice of three rooms as well as a dedicated bar and record dealer area on the first floor of this fantastic venue there is sure to be something for everyone.
The main room, the Elizabethan suite is an imposing hall a large wooden dancefloor is surrounded by seating, a balcony area with a large stage at the front. The acoustics are superb as is the sound system, so you will hear all your favourite Northern sounds loud and clear.
DJ’s on the night Andy Dyson, Calvin Lee Hughes, Dick Krop, Andy Garside, Mick Cooper, John Phillips, Owen'Monica'Bolton and Colin James have all been hand-picked to showcase a range of sounds and styles encompassing all that’s great about the music we love between the hours of 9pm Saturday till 7am Sunday morning
The second room, The Kenwood Suite, a cool room with its own ambiance. The focus is on the centrally placed dancefloor, surrounded by a superb sound system of its own, the music in this room will be a mix of styles from the rare, not so rare, underplayed but just sooo good. Between the hours of 10pm Saturday and 5am Sunday DJ’s Robbo, Bob Hinsley, Lenny Dopson, Paul Johnson, Simon Ingham and special guest, collector, DJ and record dealer, Shifty, will endeavour to tempt you to the dancefloor with aural delights from the 60’s and 70’s – this could be worth the admission fee in value itself.
The third room – On the May 28th this room at the NCS All-Nighter at Bury Town Hall will become a club within a club; dark walls, dancing lights and a deep driving baseline will invite you to Stomp, Shuffle, Shout and Sing as soulful, jazzy rhythms tempt you to lose yourself and move your body to a different vibe. Soulful House, mixed with Nu Funk, mixed with twisted disco, all mixed with love from DJ’s who’s’ knowledge and soul come deep from the clubs from the North West. Paul Hawkins, Pete Haigh, Tony Cooney, Mark Grice and Baz Maleady, come together with special guests to show the spirit of Bradford Modern Room lives on, the Spirit of Morecambe Modern Room lives on, the Spirit of Lowton Modern Room lives on and the Spirit of the Mecca lives on, BUT this is Somethin' Else!

Baz M.

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As one door closes another one opens....onward and UPWARD :thumbsup:

Three rooms one soul family

Come On!

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1 hour ago, Winsford Soul said:

Kin el Baz. Where the fcuk did them flats come from on the left of the picture mate

Steve

It isn't the flats you need to be worried about Steve :o|

 

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17 hours ago, Winsford Soul said:

Kin el Baz. Where the fcuk did them flats come from on the left of the picture mate

Steve

They are not flats Steve, they are office buildings and just behind them is the Premier Inn, see you Saturday Kidda

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On 23/05/2016 at 21:55, Winsford Soul said:

Kin el Baz. Where the fcuk did them flats come from on the left of the picture mate

Steve

Progress that Steve ...up an' commin' Bury

22 hours ago, eddiefoster said:

It isn't the flats you need to be worried about Steve :o|

 

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TOOOO Subtle...for Godz sake man

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Really looking forward to this after staying in last weekend! Especially room 2 will be spending the majority of the night in there :thumbup: 

Sandy

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11 hours ago, BazM said:

Progress that Steve ...up an' commin' Bury

TOOOO Subtle...for Godz sake man

Is this better Bazzz?

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We have a really nice area on the balcony for record dealers, well lit and right next to the bar, there is a lift availalble on the ground floor if you dont want to hump your sales boxes up to the second floor.

table space is now limited, so please shout out if you want a table reserving

best

Chris W

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On 4/22/2016 at 16:49, eddiefoster said:

Some potential spins for Bury Town Hall:

1. Johnny De'Vigne | I Smell Troublel | De-Lite

2. Johnny Rogers | Make a Change | Amon

3. Timmie Williams | Competition | MALA

4. Dennis Edwards | I Didn't Have To | International Soulsville

5. Flash McKinley | I'll Rescue You | BOMBAY

6. The Topics | Have Your Fun | DREAM

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All liability for, disappointment or other upset caused in the event of the above mentioned playlist not being delivered due to loss of memory, talent, sale, trades or wife taking a compass to the vinyl surface is hereby excluded.

 

Over to you boys :0)

Can I request Righteous Brothers please? ?

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5 minutes ago, nightfiler said:

Can I request Righteous Brothers please? ?

You most certainly can - not sure whether it'll be spun by me or Robbo - he'll have first dibs :thumbup:

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On ‎25‎/‎05‎/‎2016 at 09:39, Chris Waterman said:

We have a really nice area on the balcony for record dealers, well lit and right next to the bar, there is a lift availalble on the ground floor if you dont want to hump your sales boxes up to the second floor.

table space is now limited, so please shout out if you want a table reserving

best

Chris W

Chris. Cant you get arrested for humping your sales box on any floor :ohmy:

Steve

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Week over at last, looking forward to journey up with Len, few beers, much needed soul/dance fix and flitting between all the rooms.:thumbsup:

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This was one of my favourite venues many moons ago. Lots of happy memories contained within them there walls.

Looking forward to a new chapter. See everyone later 

Ali xxx

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We'll be there in force as usual, will be trying to get Mr Rivers out as well. Always liked this Venue, should be top night.

Spot & Crew.

 

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what a great night,in all rooms ,stay in room 2/ till 5 top  sounds ,d js spot on ,really enjoy  , well done mr mrs waterman keep good work up billy

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prefer t'other side to the Visitors "just saying" ATB John (a bloke that knows very little but is willing to learn)

 

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Guest db121

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If you're talking about a The Visitors their best track by a long way for playing out is IMHO   

 

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Guest db121

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Anyway had a great night at Bury and it delivered on  the venue ,crowd and just the buzz a brilliant success for Chris and Marcelle who deserve it more than anyone.

It's always great to see a venue give the young'ens a chance for big room experience to encourage the new generation and their friends etc. and this should be applauded.

Mainly oldies apart from the odd tune. Some great quality oldies I hadn't heard  for a while so that was refreshing in a strange way.Shifty, Bob and Simon played a few decent ones in room 2 as did John Phillips,Dick Crop and Colin James in the main room and above all Andy Dyson shone out with a brilliant mixed  set.

 

 

 

 

 

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