LATEST ARCHIVE ENTRIES
A legendary local nightspot of the 1960s, the Locarno was the place to be until its closure in 1971. [...]
Wellington Club flyer from 1980, kindly donated by promoter/musician Tony Menzies.
The place to be in 1983. Dingwalls was one of a chain of six regional clubs owned by the manager of the London Dingwalls, Peter Gross along with top promoter Harvey Goldsmith [...]
On 12th August 2013, Hull Music Limited took the keys for O'Rileys, which had been turned from a closed down snooker/pool hall into the beginnings of a live music and entertainment venue by its new owner, who found he did not have enough time to run the building and offered it out on a five year lease. [...]
In 2002, Hull City football club bade farewell to Boothferry Park, their home of over 50 years. They moved to the all new Kingston Communications Stadium, a Council-built ground to be shared with the Hull FC rugby league team. In 2003 the Stadium Management Company...