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26 North East nightclubs you definitely went to when you were 18 but aren't there now 27 nightclubs you definitely went to when you were 18 but aren't there nowWe've scoured the clubbing history of the North East so most of you should recognise at least one place you stumbled into (then out of)14:42, 23 MAR 2017Updated15:06, 23 MAR 2017Newcastle nightclubs that aren't there now Get what's on updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailNewcastle is well known for being a party city, so the burberry clothing clearance team at ChronicleLive has taken a look back at burberry us online some of the other nightclubs we used to go to as teenagers in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s that have since vanished.If you're of a certain age, some of the names are instantly recognisable.Click through the photos in the gallery below to revisit your misspent youth in places like Baja, Ritzy, Planet Earth, Rockshots, burberry clothing sale the Tuxedo Royale (also known as "The Bohhht", slurred drunkenly if this looks Greek to you check out our Geordie lingo guide here), Walkers and The Mayfair.Many of the clubs replaced one another: for instance, below is a short history of just a few of the examples in our gallery.27 nightclubs you definitely went to when you were 18 but aren't there nowLa Dolce Vita Located on Low Friar Street in Newcastle, this joint was incredibly popular in the mid 1960s with locals and celebrities. It was owned by Wallsend born brothers David, Marcus and Norman Levey and attracted top acts such as Tom Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis and Ella Fitzgerald.The brothers sold the club in 1967 and it fell into a slow decline. It was bought by the Walker brothers, Malcolm and Bill, in the 1980s and they reopened it as Walkers in 1984.Remember When: Iconic Newcastle nightspot La Dolce Vita now and thenIn 1993 Absolute Leisure took Walkers over, re named the club Planet Earth and refurbished the interior to appeal to a younger crowd. Its tenure was short lived as it closed in late 2002 to make way for burberry clothes sale online luxury flats.19 Newcastle bars and clubs that have closed in the past 10 years remember these?Tuxedo Junction Back in the early 80s this venue on Market Street was the place to be seen. It was where local celebrities held parties and where Kevin Keegan used to go.Newcastle's Tuxedo Junction nightclub and how dial a date came before Tinder!The club was owned by businessman Michael Quadrini and it had telephones on all the table which sallowed you to chat people up across the room. Apparently, the noise in the club was so loud you couldn't tell when your phone was ringing and if you did hear it you had to scour the room to see who it was.In 1992, Joe Robertson of Newcastle acquired the former club as the had fallen into disrepair. He rescued the building and refurbished into the highly successful Bliss Nightclub and Buz Discotheque. It then became Cuba Cuba Nightclub, then Krash and is now a club called Venue.It's 15 years since Newcastle's fabled Mayfair rocked for the last timeChange Is Formerly the Casablanca, located in Bath Lane, this club was owned by comedian Bob Monkhouse and later became Bloomers.

The Oxford/Tiffany's/Ritzy (delete as appropriate) The famous Oxford Galleries on New Bridge Street was a popular ballroom at the heart of Newcastle's dancing scene in the 1950s. Originally built in 1823 it was the home of, local architect, John Dobson. Over the decades the club has had many incarnations and has been known as Tiffany's, Ritzy, Ikon and now Liquid.

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