Opening Night – It’s the Grand Gala Evening opening of The Phoenix Club, following the blaze
that destroyed the Neptune Club. TV’s Roy Walker and Chorley FM DJ Paul
Le Roy are there. In a bid to get the club ready in time, the wiring has been
bodged and there’s a power cut, but the top-of-the-bill act racist folk band
Half a Shilling play on.
Wild West Night
Brian Potter stages Wild West Night with a bucking bronco, line dancing,
snake-eyed pies (Chicken and mushroom really) and a fight.
Keith Lard, the “dog-loving” and pedantic fire safety officer, visits the club. Meanwhile, gloomy psychic
Clinton Baptiste is the latest star turn.
All the staff are hoping to strike lucky on Singles Night. Resident DJ Ray Von doesn’t help.
The mood with his choice of music, but Brian is smitten by a woman called Beverley.
Comedy Robot Wars
Farm) and robot wars. Jerry is worried about his health but the show must go on. The Phoenix Club holds a night of alternative comedy (dubbed The Funny
Talent Trek Finals
The Talent Trek Grand Final is being held at The Phoenix rather than rival Den Perry’s Banana Grove. Michelle Coffee, the Singing Builders and Bonnie Le Muff are among the hopefuls, with backing music supplied by Right Said Fred tribute band Right Said Frank