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Featuring over sixty original interviews with former directors, clubbers, bartenders, artists, audience and staff

A new book celebrates legendary Glasgow club The Arches.

Announced last November, Brickwork: A Biography of The Arches is an oral history by two...

Written by former employees Kirstin Innes and David Bratchpiece, the book is due to be published in 2021

Legendary Glasgow club and theatre The Arches is to be the focus of a new book.

Due out in November 2021 through indie publisher Salamander Street...

It'd be rude not to really... 

Let's cut to the chase. While your nan might be happy with her champers and 'Auld Lang Syne', we know you lot like New Year...

With Miller Genuine Draft

When it comes to nightclubs, there are many factors that seperate the incredible from the woeful. Size however certainly isn’t one of them. Many people...

"Will they, won’t they" has very much been the UK vibe for the past few months. Fear not, though, socio-political unrest notwithstanding, there are still...

fabric 19th Birthday, No Bounds Festival, Simple, Simple Things Festival, At One, Terminal V... 

If there were arguments as to whether the UK’s regional cities were undergoing an electronic renaissance then this month settles it. 

Not that London’s October...

Time to get busy. 

These are the top 30 UK club events in October 2017, so forget about nuclear war for a second... London sees Fabric pull together a...