Julie Rogers

Julie recalls her favourite decade – the 1980s, being a punk, the music scene and pubs and clubs of the time. She compares going out in Hull and her experiences to those of today.

Media No: 1040
Interviewee Forename: Julie
Interviewee Surname: Rogers
Year of Birth 1968
Interviewer: Rupert Creed
Location: Greenwood Avenue Library, Hull
Date of Interview: 21/03/2016
Duration (HH:MM:SS): 00:22:49

Time Code Notes

[00:00:00] Talks about her favourite decade – the 1980s. Left school in 1985. Was a punk, discovered pubs – was easier to get served underage. Followed Glam and Punk bands, ‘Hanoi Rocks’, bikers. Refers to punk dress, the look and the time it took to get ready. Parent’s reaction.

[00:04:44] Trog Bar – clientele, disturbances, environment. Refers to Georgian pub.

[00:07:35] Where she would go for good gigs – Springhead, Trades & Labour Club, Withernsea. Little clubs always had a band on.

[00:11:40] Clubs of the time – Silhouette, Ocean 11, Henry’s, Spiders. Description of Silhouette Club off Spring Bank and some memories.

[00:13:29] Description of Spiders and experiences there. Recollection of the attraction of the club.

[00:18:12] Feelings about what life was like at that time and how it was different to currents pub/club night out.

[00:19:09] Refers to ‘trendy’ town pubs. Description of Pepe’s, Room, Lamp and Adelphi. Mentions Michael Chapman.

[00:21:30] Feelings looking back – comparison to what life is like now.

These time code notes are provided as a rough guide to the above recording. Untold Hull would like to thank all the volunteers who took part for their time and hard work in producing this information.