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New Century Soul Club Manchester All-Nighter - Bury


  Knowsley Street  - Bury   BL9 0SW   GB

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New Century Soul Club Manchester All-Nighter

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New Century Soul Club celebrates its 15th Anniversary at Bury Town Hall on Saturday 24th November.

9PM until 6AM

£12 DOOR TAX.

Two rooms....

Dave Stabler
Ian James
Daz Dakin

Your usual residents:

Sarah Jane
Matt Sneath
Dick Krop
Andy Dyson
Calvin Lee Hughes
Colin James

Kenwood Suite: 

Special Guests:


The return of "Shifty"
and "Chalky"

Your usual residents:
Simon Ingham
Lenny Dopson
Robbo
Bob Hinsley
Mick Howard

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Knowsley Street, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 0SW, United Kingdom

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WoodButcher

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   5 of 5 members say helpful 5 / 5 members

So after a lot of nagging from my lovely friend Emma I finally got to Bury Town Hall for a New Century bash ... :rolleyes:

Journey was an easy and uneventful 3 hour trawl up the A1/M62/M66 with the venue kinda unmissable as you get into Bury itself .

Main objectives of the night were a major catching up session with umpteen faces from years back and meeting some new folk without the computer in the way , and of course some shedding of shoe leather on the Kenwood Suite floor ... :)

Was good to say hello in person to both Steve and Karl ( Winsford Soul and Chalky ), pretty sure we've been in the same dark room on inummerable occasions in the past but never actually spoke before .

Catching with people twenty years down the road can be tricky sometimes but not on this occasion , it was as if we'd last met a month ago , Len , Robbo , Bob Hinsley , Pete Hollander all untainted by time ... and last but by no means least there was my old mate Shifty , exactly the same old Alan that I recall from the 100 Club way back when ... and thankfully they were all in the little room together which made it the happiest smiliest place to be without doubt.

Didn't take long to be enticed out onto the floor by the lovely Robbo and the likes of Shifty/Simon , Bob H and Mick all kept me moving for hours before Lenny and Chalky both opened my ears to loads of great new (to me) tracks that I will be listening out for again for sure ... especially that big booming Derek Martin acetate that Chalky spun in the last hour ... :thumbup:

Couldn't tell you what was occuring in the main room , I only passed through on my way to the bar before heading back upstairs again.

Journey home was as uneventful as the trip up albeit the M62 was empty all the way back to the A1 which was a pleasant surprise.

All in all it was mission accomplished , now roll on next Saturday for the next adventure in my 'local' , the venerable basement that is the 100 Club ... :hatsoff2:

 

P.S.   Only gave it four stars as I only saw the little room .

 

 

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Winsford Soul

   4 of 4 members say helpful 4 / 4 members

Would like to start this review by thanking Chris and Marcelle and everyone that's been involved with New Century Soul club for 15 wonderful years and where ive heard some fantastic records but more importantly that I've got to meet countless new people some who have changed my life and become very important and special friends.  For that I will be forever grateful.  

Saturday night although down on numbers was musically one of the best that's been.  Hats off to the DJ,s in both rooms for playing soul records without boundaries and not the although good but massively played out same ones.  

Nice to finally get chance to meet and put a face to another fellow soul source member.  ( woodbutcher) Steve.  You looked like you enjoyed your self.  Hope you had a safe journey home. 

Steve 

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micksmix

   6 of 6 members say helpful 6 / 6 members

A great way to celebrate 15 years of New Century Soul events.I had the pleasure of opening the proceedings in the Kenwood Suite with Lenny,people already dancing early on in the night(always a good sign) The music and atmosphere for me was the best yet and quality control during our very own SAS(Simon +Shifty) was off the chain and the dancefloor lapped it up.I had the unenviable task of following the two maestro's loved it!! Great music in the main room as well me and Simon were nodding along to every selection but weren't sure who the DJ was,thanks to Marcelle for the info Ian James played a blinder, a very unassuming guy with a great collection.Caught the early part of Matt Sneath's set,high quality as you would expect!! 

Looking forward to more of the same on Boxing Day!!   

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