These are the 9 lost nightclubs in Blackpool that bring back fond memories for our readers
Our recent article on lost nightclubsÂ in Blackpool certainly got youÂ reminiscing.
By The Newsroom
Thursday, 29th November 2018, 2:20 pm
Updated Thursday, 29th November 2018, 3:25 pm
Scene from Sequins nightclub
Many of you had fond memories from our previous article as well as suggestions of ones we had missed, so here is 9 of the lost nightclubs from your suggestions.
Was possibly Blackpools shortest lived night club. Existing through the summer of 1990, it was home to some of Sashas early performances.
Dance music changed the face of Blackpool during the early late 80s and early 90s. Sequins was the preferred choice for many ravers on a Saturday night with DJs Funki B and Rikkee running the show.
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Zone had many homes during the 90s, including Jenks Bar, The Venue and later The Mill on Aqueduct Street in Preston. DJs and Mcs such as Andy Pendle, Chris Baker, Barrie J and MC Irie were just some of the familiar names from the time.
Flamingos original home was on Talbot street. Originally built as a fire station the club was demolished in November 2007. Flamingos now resides on Queen Street.
DJ Andy Senior at The Cotton Club Blackpool.
Trader Jack's was at the Imperial hotel in the 1970's with DJ Eddie Gee.
The Blue Room on Church Street was the alternative to the dance clubs that dominated Blackpools nightlife.
This club was home to Zone in its early years.
Oz nightclub was open on the pier in 1989. It ran into the 90s providing dance and house music for the resorts youth. Renamed to Sequins it is now know as Wicked.