The 2 'B''s Club was at 2B Bank Street, Ashford, Kent and opened on Saturday, July 16, 1966 with The Birds and The Oscar Brooke Bluesette from 7.45pm to 11.30pm.
It had been called The Beat House and changed its name in July 1966.
Advertised in The Kentish Express as
2 ''B''s Club (ex Beat House) 2B Bank Street - Ashford Opening Night -Sat,. 16th July 1966 with The Birds and Oscar Brooke Bluesette 7.45-11.30 p.m. At Door 6/- Free Membership First Night Only Sunday, 17th July - Bo Street Runners & The Noyse 7.45-11.30 p.m. Membership 1/6 Admission-Members 5/-, Guests 6/-.
The club was open on Saturdays and Sundays. They also opened on some Mondays and Fridays.
The DJs were Vaughan and Diana.
The club it seems carried on until around Early May 1967 as The Kentish Express newspaper stopped advertising this venue around this time.
- Friday, January 27, 1967: The Wilde Flowers
- Saturday, January 28, 1967: The Wilde Flowers
- Saturday, February 25, 1967: The Wilde Flowers
John H. Warburg March 2023
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