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Clubs: Boys can mix it with the best.

Byline: By Alison Dayani

RENOWNED mixing team, The Tidy Boys, hope to set off fireworks in the dance scene as they return to Birmingham for their 10th anniversary tour on bonfire night.

The Boys, aka Amadeus Mozart and Andy Pickles, have been at the forefront of dance music for the past decade and have promised not to disappoint.

They headline at Polysexual in Air nightspot, Heath Mill Lane, Digbeth, from 9.30pm tomorrow.

"They've always had a massive following in Birmingham and the event is sure to be a sell out," says a Tidy Boys spokesman.

"This night features the boys as they've never been seen or heard before.

"Costumes, lights, props, production, drama and most importantly the Big Night Out soundtrack - a specially constructed four hour set that will shakeeven the largest of bottoms." The DJs, who are responsible for spearheading to fame colleagues Lisa Lashes and Anne Savage on their Tidy label, have been regulars in the city throughout their career.

Polysexual takes place at Air, in Heath Mill Lane, from 9.30pm-4am.

n HED Kandi is taking over Bambu and Hidden tonight ) for an evening of funky house.

The two clubs, on Wrottesley Street, will be joining together to form The Superclub to hold the event. The event will be broadcast live on Galaxy 102.2 from 11pm until 1am.

DJs Andy Norman, Savvas Fellas, Martin Wright, Alex Schmitz and Duncan Murray will be playing some funky disco house.

The night starts at 10pm and finishes at 3am. The price is pounds 12 before 12 and pounds 15 after. Dress code is funky styles.

n REVELLERS will step back in time for a retro 70s Bollywood Disco at Liberty's in Hagley Road tonight.

DJs Kasel and Chana take to the decks from 8pm til late. Tickets cost pounds 20 on 07967 666686


FAMED TEAM... The Tidy Boys return to Birmingham for their 10th anniversary
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Nov 4, 2005
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