Sorry you weren't happy Ken, but this was a progressive venue with a rare music policy. Not really an old oldies event as you can see from the DJ roster.
That said, every time I looked the dancefloor was full. Only emptied a few times - the price DJs have to pay for breaking new sounds.
I played a mostly oldies set around 4pm and kept the 150 or so left at 4:30 dancing, with a full dancefloor for pretty much the whole hour.
I agree Nat Nicholls, Hitsville Chalky, Soul Sam, Roger Banks, John Vincent, Guy Hennigan, Dave Thorley, Ted Massey and the Woods are great guys/gals, but also great DJs with great collections and a lot of hours behind the decks. My and many others humble opinion of course.
Today's All-Nighters tend to lean this way as you suggest, because people no longer seem to want non-stop oldies, most played to death for 30 years or more! Your review appears to bundle them all together and direct them at GILBERTS. Your prerogative of course, but perhaps better reviewing each separately me'thinks.