PopEx ≫ 2002 ≫ Uncle Bobs Saturday Night

First Saturday of every month, don't pretend you didn't know...

NEW START TIME - BOB'S GETS EVEN BIGGER AND BETTER! Yours hosts Miss JT and Plum Promotions cordially invite you to: UNCLE BOB'S WEDDING RECEPTION Featuring special live guests CHINESE BURN plus Resident DJs Miss JT, Billy Reeves & Hitman Hearn and Guest DJs Malcolm and Bernie (Poptones/Radio Four) SATURDAY 6th APRIL 8pm-late - NOTE EARLIER OPENING TIME at THE WATER RATS THEATRE, Grays Inn Road, Kings Cross (nearest tube Kings X) Prices 4 with flier before 10pm/5 otherwise.

It might be April, but we're no fools here at Uncle Bob's Wedding Reception, London's premier boozed-up knees-up. After the sell-out success that was our bash last month, we're starting even earlier from now on to make Bob's bigger and even better. So doors now open AN HOUR earlier at 8pm, with our guest bands now on an hour earlier at 9PM SHARP. To celebrate, we're welcoming hotly-tipped London band CHINESE BURN to Uncle Bob's for the first time. They've caught the attention of the music press - so come see for yourself. They 're kinda knockabout alt-country pop with the added joys of wobble boards, theremins and jew's harps. Which you obviously don't see enough in pop nowadays we reckon. We've also got extra special guest DJs Malcolm and Bernie, previously seen at Poptone's legendary club night Radio Four, and as usual, Bob's resident DJs Miss JT, Billy Reeves and Hitman Hearn will be there playing the best youth club classics, disco trash, punk stompers, sleazy listening, racy retro, drunken anthems, exotic rubbish and perfect pop which all add up to make Bob's the best fun night in town. There'll also be the Dance Like Your Dad competition, the return of Hat's Entertainment, plus free booze for the first 50 in and the naff nibbles as per usual.

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This content originally from my popular (in the tail end of the '90s) site popex.com. Some of this contributed by other people, but mainly originally created by me. I moved the content here here when popex eventually shut down at the start of the 2000s. Hopefully this ignites memories (if you read this).