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Alvin Stardust, Cabaret club, Club Fiesta, Lipthorpe, Sheffield in the 1970s, The Fiesta -

It was 50 years ago this month that Sheffield's legendary Fiesta cabaret club first opened its doors. What are your memories of that amazing place? We're celebrating by adding new merchandise to our collection!

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1980s, Aquarius, Carl Flint, Chesterfield, Hare & Greyhound, Miners Strike, NME, The Brampton Mile, The Fusion -

Some of Chesterfield's most iconic pubs and nightclubs of the ‘80s have been re-born as the new must-haves of fashion.

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Some of Sheffield’s most iconic nightclubs of recent decades are about to be reborn as the new must-haves of lockdown fashion. With the high street mothballed and many fashion website outlets closed because of broken supply chains – our new line of apparel has been designed and made much closer to home. Dirty Stop Outs has teamed up with #KelhamPrint to launch a new range of designer items that celebrate the likes of #KingMojo, #ClubFiesta, the #TheRoxy and #TheLimit. Neil Anderson of Dirty Stop Outs said: “I was chatting to a friend last week who was wondering what to do...

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Chesterfield, Jimi Hendrix, Linda Biggs, Ready Steady Go! -

It’s testament to the longevity of one of the sixties’ most enduring pop shows. Over fifty years since it first hit the screens and its title is still a byword for modernist cool and cutting edge artists. Most local pop fans had to make do with watching Ready, Steady Go! (or RSG) on the TV. But one Chesterfield resident, Linda Biggs, went one better and was lucky enough to travel to London to see the show being recorded. Her story appears in our best-seller, the ‘Dirty Stop Out’s Guide to 1960s Chesterfield’ by Pete Dodd. Linda Biggs: “I had no...

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Blue Bell, Dingwalls, Dove and Rainbow, Hofbrauhaus, Josephines, Penny Farthing, Scamps, The Albert, The Buccaneer, The Claymore, The Mulberry Tavern -

The opening of Sheffield's Hofbrauhaus was the icing on the cake as far as early 1970s nightlife was cornered. It was a thriving period for the city with scores of major after dark names on the agenda which included the Penny Farthing, Scamps, Fiesta and many more

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