Author Topic: Rotters nightclub  (Read 10340 times)

Helly

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Re: Rotters nightclub
« Reply #15 on: 21:40:47, 27/01/15 »
Hi

I remember Rotters...it was brill, my sister and I used to go there on a Saturday night, wearing our 'Crazy Face' jeans...lol
I remember dancing to Gloria Gaynor's I will Survive, and Jimmy Mac...lol
They has a beautiful stately staircase inside.

Meimei

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Re: Rotters nightclub
« Reply #16 on: 21:43:55, 02/07/18 »
The pub underneath was called The place next door

paperboy

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Re: Rotters nightclub
« Reply #17 on: 04:55:35, 03/07/18 »
You see this is what age does to you, it reminds you all the time about the stuff you've forgotten!!!


Rotters...yes....now where the hec was it?

Meimei

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Re: Rotters nightclub
« Reply #18 on: 16:32:54, 03/07/18 »
Oxford street ... facing fagins and jillys and the indian restaurant "the koinoor" spelt wrong

Belstonefox

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Re: Rotters nightclub
« Reply #19 on: 21:48:50, 06/07/18 »
The Long Bar was behind Rotters, it became Yanks Records in the mid '70's.


Angie, The Portland Bar was a basement bar/club on the corner of Portland Street and York Street and was part of the Piccadilly Tower building just around from Piccadilly Gardens on the bus station side.

Syntax Error

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Re: Rotters nightclub
« Reply #20 on: 13:20:27, 05/04/21 »
I remember it.
I never went, I always remember there being fights outside it whenever I went to the Kentucky Fried Chicken place after coming from The Gallery (Reflections was the real name, but nobody called it that) or 42nd Street.