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Demolition began in , during which time a fire broke out, and major damage was caused. It was not until February that the Casino was finally no more.


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It made a change from Hi Ho Silver Lining. Hi Kath, l remember the late dances as well, and the mad scramble to get on one of the busses on Station Road to get home. Replied: 22nd Jun at Last edited by ian gregson: 22nd Jun at S'ok Mrsurf. People would still be hanging around outside. I was working late at the Civic Centre when I smelled smoke my desk overlooked the Casino and then I saw smoke coming from the roof. Replied: 27th Feb at Replied: 1st Mar at Replied: 2nd Mar at Don't remember the name, but there was quite a few groups or bands knockin' around in them days. I've got a map of England dated and it clearly shows Wigan on it, in between Liverpool and Manchester, long before soul nights were launched at the Casino. Replied: 16th May at Last edited by fairpaul: 16th May at Ahhhh I remember the rock night very well Watergypsy. I was Margaret Green if any one remembers me if you do please write to me emargaret4 dsl. I remember passing it on my way to school, when i lived with my Grandma. Those were the days. Here's the irony, I too was not too keen on the soul scene at the time. Replied: 31st Jul at Last edited by miss ellie: 1st Aug at I remember 'Russ' making a small fortune by playing some crap, obscure record in the Casino, whilst claiming it was dead rare, then selling it at an inflated price from his shop in hallgate. Of course, Wigan Emp. One abiding memory of the place was ourselves and Copper Kettle on stage together, singing christmas carols to the audience. If you haven't registered, why not join now?.

I only remember the inside as "Th'Emp" I remember the outside of the Casino as loads o' idiots blockin' Station road,when I was trying to navigate an Ambulance through 'em Replied: 18th Jun at Going back to circa '65 used to go Saturday's to Wigan Casino and when it closed went on to the Paradise club - good times!

I remember seeing Freddy Star there when he had black hair and he'd just started out. Lets not get nasty now i'm too old too fight Replied: 25th Jun at I was the person who first dialled for the wigan casino fire brigade the night the Casino burned down. When I returned back to my desk I had a birds eye view of the flames shooting through the ceiling and then see more fire brigade trying to extinguish the flames.

Having fun playing soul in Vancouver - just to show the music has wigan casino fire life all its own. My dad used to go to the "Emp" in the early 50's and played billiards in what ended up being Mr M's. But the locals believed that nowhere else existed.

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Medicine Head, who seemed to be on every week,!! Replied: 21st Jul at I used to love going to the shows at Th'Emp. Registration is FREE! Does anyone remember the rock night they held at the Casino before the all nighter. And never jumped around and shook my head in my life. Pity they had to ruin it with that crappy northern soul stuff Replied: 21st May at Replied: 23rd May at Th'Emp had one of the best dance floors because it was "sprung" whatever that means. Back in my school reunion hired Russ Winstanley as the dj, I read his book and have since in to soul big time. It wasn't the material of the building which attracted the people and put Wigan on the map - it was the ethos. We used to get plastered but thats one of the nights I remember cause he was funny Replied: 7th Jun at Think we were the last band to play there before it burned down - Nov 22nd maybe? Unfortunately in those days all the telephones at the Civic Centre were disconnected at approx 5. Jimmy Kettle remembers that night and Funny Bone quite well. They used to go all over the place, it took ages to get home depending on where you lived. There was plenty of "work" about. I didn't hang around long though as in some parts the Casino and the Civic Centre were only separated by about 2 feet - so myself and the cleaners scarpered. But it links in nicely with a question I have just posted under 'Places' about local bands in Wigan. And falling out just before midnight to let the soulies in. Replied: 20th Nov at I went there when Rocknroll was the Dance great fun had to run to catch the last bus lol I remember the beatboys Replied: 17th Feb at I don't have any and my dad has loads I got to stand on the site of it when putting a trench in though Replied: 26th Feb at I played there quite a few times in the early seventies. Replied: 28th Dec at When we finished we used to get taxi to Wigan Casino and then stay at my grans in Worsley Mesnes. Oh and thanks I have a life. Same records could be bought for a fraction of the price in Manchester. Still got a "Passport to Paradise" somewhere. Kenny - I was once in a group in Wigan in the mid sixties we were still at school our bass player was a lad called Paul Bass, difficult to say if it is him on the photo- it's a long long time since I saw him. Replied: 2nd Aug at Oh I remember the Empress Friday Night Dances , you are all most likely too young to remember the blackout,dances finished at 10pm then and anyone wanting a bus had to run like hell as they only waited 5 mins they were supposed to leave at 10 but they always waited for the Empress dances to finish they also used to hold the COT BALL there that paid for a Cot at the Infirmary. Replied: 9th Jun at I was listening to the band that night when someone shouted fire um. Can you help? She used to tell me off for looking at them. Made a fishing wallet out of it Replied: 19th Jun at Good times - wish it was still there! We're still here, alive and kicking Sorry Mrsurf no I don''t know what you mean love!! I saw some good bands there in my time. Note: You must login to post a reply. However, times change and today I wish I had gone to at least one all nighter. Replied: 13th Sep at I remember going there when I was 16 dancing to Mowtown and watching Jimmy Ruffin, hanging around with a guy called Mick and his mates Replied: 31st Oct at We're here to reminiss not diss! Stranglers, Judas Priest, Chickenshack to name but a few. My mum was a keen dancer and she loved The Emp's floor and she was so sad when the whole place was left to rundown and deteriorate. Good times. I remember The Emp, all those late dances on Fridays, and everyone trying to find a bus on Station Road to get them home, great days. In those days I think there were anything up to 3 or 4 acts on in one night and then when it finished, if you wanted to, you could go through a long corridor which connected the Emp to the Palais on Millgate and watch the show all over again, for free!! Replied: 3rd Jun at According to some, on this site, nobody remembers Wigan Emp. It was meant as a joke, even tho i didn't like the soul scene i never meant to offend. Replied: 16th Jun at Aye, th'allneeter. Replied: 16th Nov at I remember seeing Jimmy Ruffin there and my sister ending up on the bonnet of his white Rolls Royce when he was trying to leave that was parked in the back lane -oops!! Replied: 17th Jun at Or, th'allnaaaaaighter, as you Wiganers would say! Replied: 20th Jul at The place was a dive. A lot of them still do, too.