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Events tagged with "Funky Duncan"

Funky Duncan

Duncan Finlayson aka Funky Duncan was a legendary 1980s DJ. Regarded by many as Birmingham's first superstar DJ. He regularly played at the Nightingale and alternative nights like Cruising at the Powerhouse. He also played at venues such as Pagoda Pa...

The Powerhouse

Alternative Gay night, held at the Powerhouse nightclub at the top end of Hurst Street (has also been Ritzy, Pulse/Sundissential, Zanzibar and now Oceana). The night was promoted by DJ Funky Duncan and held on a Thursday. The night offered an alterna...

Memories tagged with "Funky Duncan"

Clubbing at the Powerhouse 1985

Eventually I made friends and got the confidence to go out on the scene. There was a one nighter at the Powerhouse. Thursday night was gay night, and it was the best venue in Birmingham. Its still there, called something else. It has been a club si...

Five Days of Fun, 1983

Editorial from the Gay Midlander, September 1983 reviewing the first Five Days of Fun."Last Friday, 26th September, saw the launch of a unique event in the annals of Gay entertainment. Gay commercial venues in Birmingham collaborate in the production...

Memories from down under! 1982 - 7

"Im 44 and have lived in Sydney (Australia) since 1989. However, I was born in Birmingham and grew up near Worcester.Friends and I used to go clubbing regularly in Brum from around 1982 to 1987 when I moved to London.It would be magical to see some ...

Super Pricks 88

The following article from 'In the Pink' July 1998 talks about the planned Super Pricks '88 event.HOT AND HEALTHYSUPER PRICKS 88At The Powerhouse on Thursday 25th August, just before the Birmingham Super Prix, the Gay Men's Health Group has arranged ...

The best sound and light in Birmingham

The club was the first to have a laser show in Birmingham, and also had a glitter ball, mirrors and smoke machines. Greg James helped the Nightingale to get their sound system when it first opened in Thorp Street. He was a New Yorker and he was rash...