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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

Event Information

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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Jus thinkin'..............main room line-up not to be sniffed at.........Andy Dyson, Calvin Lee Hughes, Dick Krop, Andy Garside, Mick Cooper, John Phillips, Owen 'Monica' Bolton and Colin James.......:yes:

There'll be some tuneage on that stage on the 28th, 4 sure!

 

 

 

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Great new venue as Radcliffe had run it's course and wasn't helped with unfortunate timing coinciding with flood and snow on 2015 events.

It's a shame to loose some of the funk edged/upfront jocks from room 2 but Bob and Robbo always played great sets when they were in room 2

Always great to see John Phillips when he's over here and Andy Dyson returning to the main room.

I'm sure it will be a great turnout Bury is far more accessible for most and am looking forward to it.

 

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Thanks to Chris for putting me on while I'm in the uk..A few im happy to play if this is the go....

west Cost distributors. Cause I love you

parliaments this is my rainy day

appointments. I saw you ther

nurons all my life

lee McKinney, papa bear plus plenty more....gonna be a cracker

ill be at the bar.....lol take care all

john

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BURY TOWN HALL - DJ LINE UP & TIMES (Kenwood Suite)

We've had quite a few questions about the DJ order for the Kenwood Suite (Room 2) at Bury so here's the planned line up/times:

22:00 - 23:00 - Robbo 
23:00 - 24:00 - Paul Johnson
24:00 - 01:00 - Bob Hinsley
01:00 - 02:00 - Shifty
02:00 - 03:00 - Simon Ingham
03:00 - 04:00 - Lenny Dopson
04:00 - 05:00 - Baz Maleady

See you there :thumbsup:

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Good luck with the venue Chris & Marcelle, unfortunately I cant be there for the first event, but will be up as soon as I possibly can be....BTW how in gods name did you get Shifty...we've lost touch a little in recent years, but love that bloke, I hope he's now sweating like a Royal Marine doing a Maths test getting his playbox in order lol...because expectation will be high for sure....also, I hope this heralds a return to the wheels of steel for a thoroughly nice bloke, DJ & recorder provider.

best Russ

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On 25 April 2016 at 08:45, eddiefoster said:

Bob played A Taste of Honey at Burscough Saturday night - what a fantastic track, just love it...top drawer

ummm. Wonder where they all heard that then lol lol 

Edited by paul shirley

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Don't tell me; he beat you to a copy for 2 and sixpence after telling you it was a cr@p arrangement, then played it out and it doubled in value overnight..........

he's always doing that to me :rofl:

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lol - nice one Paul, , top tune :thumbsup:

13 hours ago, paul shirley said:

ummm. Wonder where they all heard that then lol lol 

 

 

 

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Shiftys playlist (Kenwood Suite)

No official news from the man yet but he has threatened to post a few potential plays - maybe Russ is right and he's sweating like a marine taking a math exam?? Must be a reference to Russ's personal experience ?

I do know that Shifty could put up a real challenge to Robbo as I've seen his triangle picture disc of Ernie by By Benny Hill

 

.....watch this space 

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On 26/04/2016 at 20:08, LEN said:

Right, after being ‘racked with guilt’ after saying I don’t really like seeing play lists nowadays because I think a record is for ‘the moment’, and one can’t tell if a night is any good or not by play lists alone (no offence to anyone that does of course, that’s just me), I thought why not? Some people appreciate them / even find them interesting! :D So, here are a few I’d like to share on the night (If ‘fitting’ at 3.00am) :wink:

Dream Team - There He Is - Gregory Records

Silky Hargraves - I’ll Keep On Trying - Unissued version

Chubby and The Turnpikes - The Inside Story - Capitol

The Softiques - Two Kinds Of Boys - Sheldon

Sonny Craver - I’m No Fool - Teri De

The Embers - First Time - JCP

Here’s to a good night :wink:

All the best,

Len :thumbsup:

 

Len. My brain doesn't fit  my head at 3.30am never mind what records will fit. :rofl:

Steve

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That's good news Steve - I might do ok then :D

I'm very familiar with the ol' brain not fitting feeling :wink:

Len :thumbsup: 

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On 01/05/2016 at 22:53, AndyG said:

hahaha Bob bought a copy after hearing Paul playing it at Lowton

Don't blame him...... sounded AWESOME played in the big room, Watch This Go!

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Hi All
Just a quick update with parking information around our new venue.
There is off road free car parking available on Knowsley Street which is down the side of the venue, also across the road on Manchester Street which is pay and display but is free after 6pm Saturday till 8am Sunday. There is secure multi storey car parking under the Premier Inn on Duke Street which is off Knowsley Street and is £4.00 for all night at weekends.
*Parking Warning*
There is also a car park across the road at Bury tram station, but I would advise you stay clear of that as it is for tram customers only and as the trams stop at 12am and start again at 7am then you may be liable for a fine ( you have been warned)

We have been contacted by GMP and we have agreed that there will be NO entrance after 3am, this is to fall in line with the licensing for the rest of Bury Town Centre
look forward to seeing some of you on the 28th

Chris W
New Century Soul
Manchester

Edited by Chris Waterman

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hahahaha if you didn't get that with all the gaps this is what Chris said

Hi All
Just a quick update with parking information around our new venue.
There is off road free car parking available on Knowsley Street which is down the side of the venue, also across the road on Manchester Street which is pay and display but is free after 6pm Saturday till 8am Sunday. There is secure multi storey car parking under the Premier Inn on Duke Street which is off Knowsley Street and is £4.00 for all night at weekends.
*Parking Warning*
There is also a car park across the road at Bury tram station, but I would advise you stay clear of that as it is for tram customers only and as the trams stop at 12am and start again at 7am then you may be liable for a fine ( you have been warned)

We have been contacted by GMP and we have agreed that there will be NO entrance after 3am, this is to fall inline with the licensing for the rest of Bury Town Centre
look forward to seeing some of you on the 28th
Chris W
New Century Soul
Manchester

Edited by AndyG

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Are we there yet ? Getting excited, not played out for over a month. Just worked out that there's only 12 more sleeps Yippee.

Steve

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The clocks tickin' now Steve - we're all up for it....even Bob's getting giddy :wicked:

We're still waiting for a glimpse of Shiftys' playlist????????

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10 hours ago, eddiefoster said:

The clocks tickin' now Steve - we're all up for it....even Bob's getting giddy :wicked:

We're still waiting for a glimpse of Shiftys' playlist????????

Simon. The last time Bob got giddy was when Mo told him that Robbo was minding the Dog for the weekend.

Steve

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Yes I remember it Well :thumbup:

And this time Mo's coming along for the night at Bury so maybe he'll be double giddy!!!!

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Looking forward to this event.... hopefully one of the best of the year...looking forward especially to Bob robos...an Mr Ingham spots...other than that.....which room to stay in is my biggest choice...

 

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A week to go to having one of the top five allnighters back on the calender. personally I can't wait. Looking forward to a new chapter of New Century Soul at it's new home at Bury Town Hall.

 

Edited by AndyG

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The third room – On the 28th this room at  Burt 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, the Spirit of the Mecca lives on, BUT this is Somethin' Else!

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