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PUB LIST PUBLIC HOUSES Paul Skelton & Jan Pedersen

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Folkestone Herald 10 November 1989.

Advertising Feature.

A new nightclub is opening in Folkestone tonight to bring a feel of the fifties and sounds of the sixties to town. Heroes night club is taking over from Toffs in Grace Hill. But it's not a disco. The club, theme bar and steak house offer a nostalgic night out to anyone who wants to hear rock 'n' roll, swing and hip hop from 1950 to 1985. A tribute to music heroes of the golden-oldie age, Heroes will re-live the days of Elvis, Eddie Cochran, Jerry Lee Lewis, Bill Haley and Billy Fury. Walls are covered with photos, rare album covers, original newspaper and magazine stories, and two Elvis gold discs. The club is open four night a week for chart hits from 1955 – 85 and live shows by cabaret bands from all over Britain. The theme bar in the tavern is open every day during normal pub hours and until 2 a.m. from Wednesday to Saturday, while the steak-house is open lunchtime and evenings. The club will be enlarged in February to attract bigger bands. Heroes offers Haley to Hendrix, Barry Manilow to Bobby Darin, Sinatra to The Shadows, and is open to over-21s, with smart dress essential.




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