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Re: Roughest five bars you've been in on Tyneside
« Reply #175 on: Tuesday 14 February 2017, 05:17:17 PM »
To be fair even in the 80s when the bars round west newcastle were full every night there wasnt a lot of trouble
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Re: Roughest five bars you've been in on Tyneside
« Reply #176 on: Tuesday 14 February 2017, 05:19:45 PM »
Chippys and other takeaways on the other hand.
Last buses back from town as well
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Re: Roughest five bars you've been in on Tyneside
« Reply #177 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 12:20:21 AM »
The Garricks Head in Shields, worked on the door there for 3 months. The only bar where I have genuinely wondered if I would make it home in one piece. The Blyth and Tyne in Blyth comes close.

Every time I pass, no matter what time of day, no matter what day of the week, the Garrick's Head has an 80's disco light show/karaoke stage thing up. Even when closed.
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Re: Roughest five bars you've been in on Tyneside
« Reply #178 on: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 12:40:54 AM »
To be fair even in the 80s when the bars round west newcastle were full every night there wasnt a lot of trouble
Which bars were these that were full through the week ?
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