Top tips for great nights out in Leeds
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The door half way up the ramp? Just checked on streetview and that is called Subculture on there.That was TC's (Top Cats) during the 90's? (The original TC's was a street or two away near the old registry office). Rough as a badgers it was, but strangely alluring after a belly full of ale with admission virtually guaranteed.TC's is of course not to be confused with the T&C which was somewhere completely different.
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Just a footnote here - the InTime gets a mention as where Sir Jimell met up with his ladyfriend in the late sixties.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... r.htmlMind you, she says one of the places they went to was the opening of the new YPN building, and that the initial relationship ended in 1970. That can't be true, since the building was only officially opened in 1971 [by Prince Charles].
There is enough sadness in life without having fellows like Gussie Fink-Nottle going about in sea boots.
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Le Pnono used to be lne of my favourite places to get away from the trendies and listen to some decent music, usually metal or industrial, and dance without worrying about hassle if you spilled a pint.I was actually licky enough to get to see the basement and fire exit too when I worked on the demolition site above the Wade Lane subway. This was fascinating to me as I had a vague recollection of the subway being open as well as memories of nights in Le Phono. How I wish I had a camera phone back then, heck, I didn't own a camera or a phone.