Black Sheep. The original Sunday Club. Died Midwinter 2005. And for one night only, Sunday 3rd September 2006, it came back.
The venue for this historic event was The Adelphi, itself formerly a Goth club venue, and now lavishly and beautifully restored. The function room is upstairs - and it's furnished like the drawing room of an Edwardian stately home! The room is beautiful, quirky, homelike, comfortable - while never failing to impress. The sound system is brand new and built in, clear, undistorted. The choice of drinks was exquisite - where else would you find both Magners and Addlestones in the same pub? I was glad I'd walked down instead of driving!
And then there was the music. Oh, sweet music! I don't know how Paul did it, because while there were plenty of classics there were also plenty of newer tracks, but it really did sound like the Phono in its better days.
It wss, quite simply, brilliant.
Huge thanks to Phono Paul for organising it, Wendyhouse Glenn for a brilliant guest set, the staff at the Adelphi for friendly and enthusiastic service - and to everyone who came. And yes, it was really nice to be able to just go out on a Sunday and be a punter again! Cheers!
Now this is what I call a door.
The room was truly beautiful.
All Goth clubs should be like this...
And all the people came!
GlennKenobi, aka Mr Wendyhouse himself.
A fine venue...
...and fine choice of drinks too!
Pyromancy in progress...
Shaun. You can't keep a good sheep down!
Homeward bound, Leeds by night.
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