I dont know if there is a thread for this already, but its more to do with my youth spent around the city centre in the clubs and pubs of the seventies.My favorite club [ disco] on saturday nights was cinderellas/rockafellas, we use to get tanked up in the bars at the merrion centre, then try and get by the bouncers on the door. Sometimes if we couldnt get in at cinderellas we would walk to the other side and get in at rockafellas. Rockafellas was supose to be for couples with amore cabaret feel to it, i think they both charged the same admision price 2 pounds. I remember seeing mud there and paper lace, and quiet a few show bands,I believe mike and bernie winters appeared there as well, I also remember david essex stopping by after doing a concert at the Grand.I perfered cinderellas often saw gordon macqueen and joe jordan there, but best of all were the waitress they were all babes and must have been selected by pete stringfellow personally, my favorite was a blonde scandanavia girl sad to say like me they will all in there middle ages. My memory got jolted by watching a channel 4 programme called come dine with me, its show where people get marked for hosting a dinner party the winner getting a thousand pounds.One of the contestents was a former D J at cinderellas Chris Crossley, Chris was well known to anybody who went to cinders in the seventies,he was only 4 foot ten inch but a great character.He left cinderellas after about 5 years to open a club in pontefract[Kikios], and is now working as an abstract painter,and no he didnt win the tv programme. I hope somebody out there remembers him, because my wife can not ,and thinks he is a figment of my imagination.