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A group of underwriters who do not need to proceed to form a syndicate.
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Saturday is Latin night at the Toucan and there will be the usual Latin sessions, plus the sounds of Brazil from the band Sirus B, so the soca set from DJ MAS should fit it perfectly with the Toucan's aim of bringing global rhythms to beat-hungry Cardiff clubbers.
Lucky clubbers also took home the great monthly prizes on offer which included:
Some clubbers carried their injured and burned friends away in their arms.
The new night from GBar and Evil Amigo stars and pals Wayne Cuddy and Davy Kidd below promises to be just the thing for the educated clubber and the in the know student, or so the boys tell me.
The picture of clubbers surging towards the doors of Northampton's Lava Ignite, was taken at 3.
In the second study, the researchers approached 160 clubbers, mumbled something inaudible and meaningless, and waited for the subjects to turn their head and offer either their left of their right ear.
A clubber said: "Chelsy walked in with a face like thunder.
Bosses came up with the idea to tie in with the smoking ban after their counterparts in Scotland noticed that although most clubbers were pleased to get rid of the smell of cigarette smoke, it had masked some other unpleasant whiffs.
A computerised Cupid is helping match-make for shy clubbers.
BASSLINE favourite Danny Wynn will be getting clubbers in a spin as he and fellow promoter Hayley Sheldon bring Swanky back to Chi Bar tomorrow.
Resort bosses have pledged to introduce a zero tolerance policy to curb yobbishbehaviour after the Liverpool University Nitelite poll found 6 0pc of night clubbers thought the resort was too violent.
And if that's not enough for die-hard clubbers, the website will broadcast live footage every night (from 9pm until 2am, Monday to Saturday) giving couch-clubbers the chance to experience a night out without leaving the comfort of their own home.