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A proposed new venue in Portland Street, Manchester and ‘concerned’ locals are calling it the ‘new’ Soho. (Soon we will be writing all blogs in ” marks to prevent actually committing to anything)
A new club isn’t exactly that newsworthy but the way they are rolling out the same old rhetoric is. Have the not-so-new legislation changes not actually sunk in with these people? A single new club and they are talking about a new Soho, or no-go zones. Next stop red light districts. Its the same old paranoia the industry gets, you would have thought that with all the changes they would be less anti clubs. Venues have to do more than ever to open up, investing more money than ever to get licenses and spend more than ever on security.
Should local communities actually be worried about a properly regulated club? There are already two other venues nearby so how could a single other club change the balance. How many of the people who live around there didnt know the area? Most of these articles usually revolve around inappropriate locations. Why is it wrong for one club and not for two others? The way these peoples minds work surely its better to have them all in one place.
Read the story and make your own mind up Manchester Evening News theres nothing new but the rentamob anti-strip lobby is still out there in a town near you.
New clubs are still springing up around the country. A new one for Inverness (the first!) in the north of Scotland and another womens club for Birmingham have received licenses in the last weeks.
In fact it looks like theres more venues opening than there closing. The number has been steady around the country up to now but are things changing?
Obviously it would be nice to think that the industry was adapting to the new legislation and more important the new financial situation, maybe councils are seeing the light in that clubs dont cause that much bother to local communities and can boost income.
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OK not so new the new legislation has been around for years now, but we are only seeing a few effects probably not factored in to the 2007 law changes.
Apart from hobbling a legal industry just when the country was going into a recession (and we are not in a credit crunch any more!) and turning dancers into ‘sex workers’ do the new laws make for better competition in the strip market place? Fewer clubs doesn’t actually mean better clubs. Not even better regulation on a night to night basis. A fixed number of licences means less competition and competition (back in the 90′s at least) led to a mainstreaming of strip venues. And were big glossy lap dancing venues and celeb packed mega clubs not more to the taste of the media?
Its like people in the media complaining about football violence and removing TV coverage and top end advertisers, sending the game back into the bad old days of the 1980s. The two industry’s have a lot in common, but while one became a PC adman’s dream the other is still treated like a Dickensian plague on our inner city areas. The 1990s boom just brought it to the public’s fickle attention. When it was consigned to the back streets of Soho or Deansgate they were OK, buyer beware, but try to improve and brand themselves and they become a threat.
Its easier than ever to kill competition, clubs just buy up licenses and use the rules to create a state blessed monopoly. Unless this was part of their plan to cap numbers and earn extra cash from licenses no one will ever use.
I’m sure lawmakers wont care either way, I don’t really see what this all achieved. Maybe they know what they are doing.
How does your city match up? We have been doing some adding up and it turns out that Liverpool has more strip venues that any other per capita, leaving Leeds, Birmingham and Edinburgh lagging well behind. London with its 5 million population is way back even if it has nearly 50 venues.
Doing the sums there are around 50k+ people to each venue in Liverpool which is actually 3 times the UK average (based on 55 million people covered by 350 clubs). Dont know what they are putting in the water in Scouseland, long may it continue.
You kind of feel for Belfast, Northern Ireland which has none at all. The whole country is strip club free! Just to remind anyone in NI they can plan their border jumping strip club trip using UK Strip Clubs! We have a full list of venues south of the border in Dublin.
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OK maybe they aren’t really going to take over? Hmmm. Pushing the Libs into third spot. OK enough politics.
Its turns out UKIP leader Nigel Farage has been to and really enjoyed a lap dance in the past, most recently at Urban Tiger in Northampton. Although he did pull the old ‘I thought it was a regular nightclub’, ‘unwittingly’ and’ against my will’. We’ve all been there! Im sure he was dragged in! But don’t tell the press or your female party members. Hundreds of thousands of gents around the UK unwittingly enter strip clubs but few of them have to explain themselves like Nige.
Read the whole article and make your mind up on the Guardian article.
I don’t know whether they were trying to smear him, it wouldn’t be outside the realms of possibility. But for all David Cameron’s bloke kudos attempts he has never ventured into a strip club. More savvy or more boring?
Its clear thought that the press likes to use the strip and lap dancing industry for its own ends. They have made their minds up. Have you?
OK lots of people will have seen it, the much talked about BGT lap dance. Massive media reaction, a few questions popped up:
One – Given the Simon Cowell daddy trousers situation where does his lap actually start?
Two – If a lap dance is prime time entertainment and all in good fun why is the media so down on the industry?
Three – Given X Factor has had over 6000 complaints of Ofcom in the last few years should we be more worried about raunchy dance routines than lap dances?
Four- If a ‘chair dance’ is OK should we rebrand the lap dance? Suggestion please.
Make your own mind up. Sun SiCo doesn’t look hes minding it at all!
The rumour/hysteria machine is going on the new gadget Google Glass which gives you a pair of glasses with internet access on the go cyberstyle. Someones had their thinking cap on and come up with list of places they COULDNT be used and they including lap dancing clubs as well as casinos, plus public places like parks and schools.
When I first saw them I instantly thought of old fashioned X-ray specs. Bought from an ad on the back of the Beano or the Dandy. Now they really would be harmful for the strip industry, no need to ask for a private dance or put a £1 in the jug with these beauties on. Not so good on the bus there or walking about your own house though.
Anyway. You can see why the strip industry would be down on these items, I mean you can view all sorts of things while you walk around what would you need with a gyrating lady stripping down?
These days we have such a hysteria about personal space, privacy and techno crime its no surprise that Google Glass got off the ground, although I don’t see what they actually do that a tablet or smartphone cant do. Make your own mind up and get the whole story at Daily Mail
Everyone can remember when mobile phones came out they had the same concerns about that and these days there would be a riot if you tried to get someone to switch off their mobile or hand it over so it will always go the same way. Personal privacy vs someones freedom to text or email someone wherever they go.
Saying that, the news article almost got sympathetic about the industry. Poor strip club industry losing out due to Google’s new toy. Rather than the usual tone they take with the industry which is that anything which is bad for the industry must be (by their screwed logic at least) in the greater good.
Its been a couple of years in the pipeline but its London premier time for the new Steve Coogan film The Look Of Love about the life of strip mogul Paul Raymond funded by Film 4.
Also starring Tamsin Egerton as Fiona Richmond, Imogen Poots (what an name!) as his daughter Debbie and Anna Friel as his wife Jean.
It details his rise and rise, becoming one of the richest and infamous men in the UK, to his decline in after years. Coogan had to do loads of research for the role visiting clubs around the capital, but he claims not to have enjoyed it…we believe you Steve!
You can get a sneaky peek at the flick on Youtube now, The Look Of Love Trailer, as a film its got just about everything: Sex, drugs, money, death…Stephen Fry who is in just about everything these days.
Features a naked horse ride through Soho from Fiona Richmond played by Egerton, probably worth the money on its own!