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11:00am Friday 13th April 2012 in Music & Dance
TWO Hereford nightclubs are aiming to draw in revellers tomorrow (Friday) by having a celebrity live on stage.
Frankie Cocozza, famous for being kicked off last year’s X Factor, will be at Fusion, while Romeo, from hip-hop group So Solid Crew, will be performing at Play.
Both appeared in this year’s Celebrity Big Brother, with Frankie finishing runner- up.
Elsewhere at the clubs, Roddy Hankins kicks off Fusion’s weekend tonight (Thursday) with the best in 70s and 80s music, while Ian Davies will be playing the best in chart classics in Play.
The best dancefloor fillers is the theme at Fusion tomorrow and Saturday and Play will have two dancefloors open, with Silko, D-Tone and Mark ‘Big Dog’ Baker being the DJs. Play then finishes its weekend on Sunday with the Simply Soul team playing the best in sexy R&B.
Drum and bass is the theme at the Jailhouse tomorrow when Friction, the head of Shogun Audio, is headline DJ.
Spunky and Horizon them team up on Saturday to bring you the best in hardcore, techno and gabba.
Saxtys opens its dancefloor tomorrow with Andrew Mawdsley behind the decks, while Kris Manning will be playing the best in old school dance anthems and floor fillers.
If you like alternative indie, rock, punk and ska music then you should head to Mamma Jammas tomorrow, while the best in disco music gets an airing on Saturday. Charlie’s in Ross-on-Wye will be open from tonight (Thursday) and Euphoria in Leominster tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday.
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