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CULCHETH - THE SPIRIT OF LOWTON - HOT!! - Warrington


  Charnock Road  - Warrington   WA3 5SH   GB   english soul event

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BazM
   (1 review)

CULCHETH - THE SPIRIT OF LOWTON - HOT!!

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FRIDAY 21st SEPTEMBER 2018

*Third Friday Special*

'THE SPIRIT OF LOWTON' CONTINUES AT

CULCHETH SPORTS CLUB

NORTHERN AND MODERN SOUL IN TWO ROOMS

THE MAIN ROOM  Showcasing all the Biggest Dance floor Sounds of the Moment at this AMAZING VENUE brought To You By ;-

 THE 'LOWTON' TEAM

dj's BOB HINSLEY, KEV MURPHY, BAZ MALEADY

ROBBO, LES HARRISON, IAN CUNLIFFE, SIMON INGHAM

PLUS, PLUS, PLUS THE NEW LOOK ROOM TWO

MODERN SOUL CLASSICS & SOULFUL 70'S ALL THE WAY THRU TO THE LATEST RELEASES 

THE 'SOUL ON THE EDGE' TEAM BRING YOU THE ONE YOU' BEEN ASKIN' FOR

THE MODERN ROOM

With Special Guest CHRIS BOX

  • SUPERB NEW VENUE
  • TWO ROOMS
  • TWO BARS
  • TWO SUPERB WOODEN DANCE FLOORS
  • FREE PARKING
  • CHEAP BAR
  • QUALITY SOUND SYSTEMS IN BOTH ROOMS
  • FRIDAYS ARE THE NEW SATURDAYS AT CULCHETH - DON'T MISS IT!

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Charnock Road, Warrington, England, WA3 5SH, United Kingdom

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BazM

   4 of 4 members say helpful 4 / 4 members

Lots going on over, what seemed to be one of the busiest weekends on the scene for a long time , co-insiding with the Wigan Casino Anniversary celebrations among other things, so BIG thanks to everyone who made CULCHETH their venue of choice on Friday. We had moved to the third Friday due to a double booking at the venue but we are now back to SECOND FRIDAY’s for the rest of the year.


The ‘new-look’ main room layout seemed to work well, making the room look even more like the old LOWTON main room than it did before. Quite a few new faces in on Friday, which is always good, and everyone I spoke to said they’d had had a great night. For me it was musically enjoyable, with all the DJ’s pulling some cracking tunes out of their boxes to entertain the faithful. Les Harrison started things off in the main (Northern) room at 8pm and the tunes kept coming right through to Simon Ingham rounded off proceedings in style at 1am.


Here’s a selection of the sounds featured in the main room on Friday; Les Harrison, The Icemen It’s Time You Knew, The Matadors Say Yes Baby, Curley Moore You Don’t Mean, Billy Hambric She Said Goodbye, Falcons Good, Good Feeling, Little Stanley The Stran. Bob Hinsley followed with the likes of Rudy Love Suffering Wrath, Johnny Bartell If This Isn’t Love, Benjamin and The Right Direction Light of my Life, Mamselles Open Up Your Heart and Donna Colman Your Love’s Too Strong. Bob handed over to Robbo, who played a cracking set aimed squarely at the dancefloor but forgot to write owt down, words had LOL. Then main man Kev Murphy took to the decks and treated us to some Wigan monsters, (well, it was the Anniversary weekend) with The Delites Lover, Professionals That’s Why I Love You, Lester Tipton This Won’t Change, Damon Fox Packing Up, Herman Hitson Love Slipped Through My Fingers, quality! Simon Ingham ronded off the night with selections by Tommy Ridgely My Love is Getting Stronger, J J Barnes Gambrelles You Better Move Charmaines Guilty and The Jackson Brothers I’ve Gotta Hear it from You, Excelente!


Our new Modern Room, under the direction of Jem Booth and John Townend from Lancashire’s SOUL ON THE EDGE events, was buzzing. John and Jem were joined by Modern ‘maestro’ Chris Box and between them served up a mix of 70’s 80’ through to new release Soul with a capital ‘S’ and ended with a full dancefloor at 1am, looks like monthly modern is back on the goin’ out, out radar!


We are back to the regular second Friday of the month for the next night on October 12th and the second Friday from then on, so make it a date!

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