Alister Morgan on clubs
Friday 19 April 1996
Club UK Ipswich attracts a young and well-groomed crowd to Hollywood's each weekend - the decor is impressive and the DJ line-up is always eye- catching. With three rooms playing sounds ranging from hard house to garage, there's something for everyone. Graham Gold headlines this week in the booth along with a varied supporting cast including Mr Music, Chris Brown and Pauly C. Sat 10pm-4am, The Maltings, Ipswich. pounds 6-10.30pm/pounds 7 after.
Barcaboodle on Saturday nights, at London's Raw, is gaining quite a reputation at present. The vibe is second to none, owing to great tunes and a bar room where you can have a conversation without resorting to hand signals. The main room tours through classic funk, hip-hop and garage; Luke Neville, Noel Watson and Jules Vern are steering the wheels of steel this weekend.
Sat 10.30pm-4.30am, Raw, 112a Great Russell St London WC1, pounds 12.
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