At the end of the sixties ealy seventies Time and Place was THE club in Manchester along with Blinkers, same clientel.
It was located in the old Jungfrau premises behind the Cathedral and was very upmarket.
As I remember there were two dance rooms with different music, a casino (before the laws were changed) and a small eatery with burgers etc. Joe Makin was one of the DJ's, I remember waking up on his sofa one Sunday morning with a sick bucket by my side and a message 'you are at Joes!!!'
The membership card was a key ring, for some reason I managed to get a gold membership that meant that I did't have to queue or pay to get in!!!
I still have a photo of my old car with Time and Place stickers on the back window (5 4 3 2 1 Go Time and Place)
The place closed down after the casino was forced to close...
Brilliant club, Dave Cave was the DJ. When I hear "Grazin in the grass" by Friends of Distinction and Sly's Dance to the music it takes me right back to those wonderful days.
There has never been a club like it. I was a model, one of many that went there but it was always a great friendly atmosphere. Dave Cave was a friend of ours and we often wounder what happened to him after Time and Place.
Used to go when it was the Jungfrau and then later as Time and Place. Great club and I used to play cards and roulette. You also used to see a lot of clebs in there George Best, Ken Wainright Lulu, also other club owners like Selwyn Demmy.
We went to Time and Place every Saturday night from 1969 to early to mid 70's. I was heavily pregnant in early 1972 and as soon as we walked in, the DJ would play 'It's a family Family Affair'
We've some cracking memories of nights, dancing, nattering. It was worth paying for babysitters (and driving them back home at 3am) and the drive from Radcliffe and later Bolton. The DJ Tony Johnson?, was a very chilled black guy, he played records by Syl Johnson, Lamont Dozier and quite a lot of American artists that we would not have heard of, but for him. We also remember the very stern woman who served steak barms and chips. Super club, happy memories.
Time and Place was brilliant. Went there as many nights a week as my job in a bank would allow. Great music, great atmosphere.
Best club in town, 1969-1973. Who remembers my old pals John Webber, Chunky baby (Fred Fielder), Grenvill Hindley, Cliff Fletcher and many more.
A great, trendy up market club, I had my 21st party there in February 1970 as Alan Brookes' then girlfriend, Paula, was a friend of my sister Gillian. Gillian used to process all the membership forms/key fobs in our front room (which was very handy). The manager at the time was Vasco Zambelli, nice guy.
My wife (then girlfriend) Lorraine and I, used to go to Time and Place during the late sixties and early seventies. Great times, we were and are still friends with Mike (the previous comments).
It was just a fun place to go, the burger egg and chips used to keep us going until the early hours. I had two jobs in those days, a day job and pumping petrol at Joe’s garage on Chorley Road in Swinton, until 11.00 pm. It was a quick dash home, a bath, pick up Lorraine and straight to Time & Place, until we were thrown out.
Lorraine still has lots from all the clubs, I attach some bits from Time & Place.
Thanks for a great site.
PS. We now live in Phuket, Thailand.