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Monday, 23 October 2017 15:35

A Celebration of Scottish House Parties

By now, the story of how Acid House and ecstasy was introduced to Great Britain at the end of the 80’s has been told more times than The Hungry Caterpillar has been to kids at bed time by their parents.
Published in Culture


Featuring Devotion, You're My Girl ,Flying, Too Much Woman, Maybe I'm Amazed, Gasoline Alley & Around The Plynth

Published in Video of the Week


Featuring The Faces, Marc Bolan, Linda Lewis, Matthews Southern Comfort and Fairport Convention all chatting, writing and rehearsing.

Published in Video of the Week
Last week, London’s legendary Cherry Cola Club night opened its doors to Liverpool. A new weekly event at The Magnet (to be held every Saturday), it promises to host the crème-de-la-crème of new, unsigned and up and coming live acts, with the occasional A-list band or DJ set thrown in for good measure.
Published in Music
Wednesday, 06 September 2017 19:41

Bobby Moore- A King Amongst The Common Man

Barking is where this legend began,
He was a King Amongst The Common Man.
It started in the middle of the 2nd World War,
That's Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore.
Published in Sport

It’s not often we at ZANI venture North of The Border in search of entertainment but we felt we had to hoof it up to Edinburgh to catch Irvine Welsh & Dean Cavanagh’s latest offering.

Published in Culture
Thursday, 27 July 2017 18:45

The Genesis of British Rock: The Coffee Clubs

Coffee Clubs had their origin in the old Coffee Houses introduced to England in 1652.

Published in Culture
Geezers, Guns and Ganja. Not a list of three usually associated with the Hollywood perennial, perma -tanned, scientology disciple Tom Cruise.
Published in Film
Ronnie was renowned for his comedic patter, and during an interview, he told how it came about; “I have a special liking for oblique humour, and I began doing regular, between-sets routines soon after we moved into Frith Street.
Published in Music
Saturday, 17 June 2017 16:30

Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club. Part 2 The Club.

“It’s just like home - filthy and full of strangers.” Ronnie Scott
Published in Music
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