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WFB_Eclipse_Ritzy-170521 Featured 17 May 2021 Print

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WFB - Studio Circus / Eclipse / Ritzy
FLASHBACK HULL DAILY MAIL HDM ARCHIVE LIBRARY IMAGES
Subject - As the demolition of the nightclub on Anne Street in Hull, formerly Studio Circus, Eclipse, Ritzy, Club Fez and Heaven & Hell, takes place, we look back at the various events, times and faces from the Club during its period from the1980s, through Eclipse and Ritzy........
Date - October, 1992
Caption - October, 1992: Pop group Take That perform in Hull in 1992
Fans are pictured waiting outside the nightclub earlier in the day, here young HDM reporter Andy Buncombe was mobbed by the young girls who couldn't contain their excitement when he stopped by to report on the phenomenon.
STORY -
A dozen teenage girls needed medical treatment for shock and hysteria after teen sensation band Take That played a city night club.
Several tearful girls were wrapped in emergency blankets and one, who was later taken to hospital, needed oxygen after she collapsed on the floor.
The band proved a huge success with the 200 devoted youngsters, mainly aged between 14-17. Extra security staff were drafted in to the Ritzy nightclub as fans from as far afield as London, Nottingham and Sheffield made the journey to see their idols perform last night.
Some had even braved the dawn chill and queued outside the club, in Anne Street, since 4am on Sunday morning to ensure they got front row places.
General manager Barry White said the evening had been very successful. ?To say Take That are popular would be a huge understatement. They always go down really well in Hull and we had girls queuing outside all day, I even heard of one who had travelled up from London to see the band. ?Some of the girls got very emotional but you expect that at this sort of function. The staff were very professional.?
The band are currently at number 9 in the charts with their hit single A Million Love Songs

© Hull Daily Mail

170521Silverwood Featured 17 May 2021 Print

170521Silverwood

Care home resident Beryl Garrard, 99, holds hands with her daughter, Joy Chamberlain, 61, of Ruddington, during a visit at Silverwood Care Home in Beeston, Nottingham.
Care home residents are now able to hold hands with family members following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
Photo: Monday 17th May 2021.
(Photo: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post

170521EastMidlandsAir Featured 17 May 2021 Print

170521EastMidlandsAir

(L- R) Amy Carr, 20, of Lincoln and Dylan Gilderthorpe, 21 of Nottingham, pictured at East Midlands Airport before boarding their flight to Faro, Portugal.
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Passenger flights resume from East Midlands Airport (EMA) after the government lifted its ban on international travel last week.
The 17:10 Ryanair departure to Faro, Portugal, on Monday 17 May, is the first passenger flight from EMA since international travel was prohibited when the UK went into Covid-19 lockdown at the start of the year.
The lifting of international travel restrictions, last week, was coupled with the introduction of a ?raffic light?system placing countries on green, amber or red lists.
Photo: Monday 17th May 2021.
(Photo: Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post)

© Joseph Raynor/ Nottingham Post