REVELLERS flocked to nightclubs at midnight on Monday to celebrate them re-opening.

We’re taking a boogie back to 10 of Bradford’s lost - and much missed - clubs, from the 1980s, 90s and noughties.

* The Plush Silk and Textile Club on Lilycroft Road in Manningham was better known as The Pile Bar, where you could watch a turn and have a dance. The club is pictured in 1988.

* Flares was the last club standing in Bradford’s West End. The Morley Street club closed in August 2019. Pictured are happier times, at the opening of the venue.

* Remember Doctor Livingtones in Bradford’s West End? The area was a magnet for clubbers.

* The Palace on Manningham Lane closed in 1990 after failing fire safety tests. Its popular Sixties nights attracted acts such as the Drifters and the Tremeloes.

* Lingards, popular in the 1980s and 90s, was at Westgate, on the site of a former dress shop. Here is it in 1991.

* Who remembers Mickeys Backstage Bar? Blending dance music and live entertainment Mickeys (pictured in 1987) was on the ground floor of Castle Hotel.

* Manningham club Dollars and Dimes, as the Mecca, appeared in films Billy Liar and Rita, Sue and Bob Too.

* Plants. Tick. Chrome. Tick. Eighties nightclub splendour at Dietrich’s pictured back in 1983.

* Remember the subterranean vibe at Cavernes? The Great Horton Road club is pictured in 1977.

* Any Eighties clubbers among you will recall Dukes and Silks, from the era of Cloud 9 and JBs. Dukes and Silks is pictured in 1981.

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