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We're clubbing it; It's party time as the clubs go mad for Boxing Night.

AFTER the turkey is gone and the crackers have been pulled there is only one thing to do . . . get on up and dance!

If you haven't sorted out your Boxing Night yet, check out the best Liverpool's clubs have to offer: n Creamlands back in town on December 26 for its annual extravaganza and this year it will be all things for all people.

For the trance lovers, Armin Van Buuren will be joined by Eddie Halliwell, Matt Hardwick, Scott Bond, Remy and Simon Patterson.

If that doesn't float your boat - Cream Classics makes a nostalgic return with former resident Nick Warren, thrilling the courtyard for the first time in over four years. He's joined by C J Mackintosh, K-Klass, James Barton himself and, by popular demand, the legendary Shovell on Percussion.

Plus, as an extra special festive treat, queen of the dance floor classic, Alison Limerick, will be performing live.

The Annexe will once again be hosted by Aztec, with electronic a king Mr Steve Lawler keeping things dark, twisted and underground joined by the MYNC Project and regulars Steve Parry, Lee Ellis, Anthony Probyn and Gerard Shields.

Tickets: pounds 20+BF (NUS)/pounds 26+BF, more on the door. Call 0870 242 7326 or see www. cream. co. ukn Circus will be sending 2004 out with a bang at its Boxing Night party - its last of the year.

The fabulous Layo and Bushwacka will be making a Circus return. Their first visit last year alongside Tim Deluxe, was Circus' first ever sell-out party.

Also in play will be Kenny `Dope' Gonzalez, one half of the mighty Masters At Work. Rising talent Nic Fanciulli will also be taking a little break from his world tour with Deep Dish for the night. And, of course, there's your lovely cheeky chap host Yousef plus residents Lewis Boardman and Will Jazz and Bacardi hosting the B-bar. Entry is pounds 12/pounds 10 call 0151 708 8708 for more info.

I have three pairs of tickets to give away to Circus' Boxing Day bash to the first three people who em ail me at emmajohnson@liverpoolecho. co. ukn As always Society promises a night of unrival led glamour over on Duke Street. Mike di Scala will be leading the celebrations with a fab three-hour set. Also on hand will be Colin Airey and favourites John Cotton and Neil James.

And if you can't make it to the club, you can enjoy the festivities from home as the night will be live on Juice 107. 6.

n It's a bling bling fancy dress ball at Garlands on December 26 and, as usual, the lads have pulled together an incredible line-up.

Topping the bill in Soho will be Northern Ireland's finest Fergie. Expect an emotional set for the Belfast boy will be playing tracks from the box belonging to his club land mentor and great friend, the late great Tony de Vit. Alongside the Radio 1 favourite will be the hotly tipped Petrae Foy and Mr Jay Brown.

Upstairs, expect Dave and Huey with able support from Mr Les Calvert. And if that's not enough Garlands has a live PA from Milk and Sugar performing my favourite track of the moment, Stay Around.

No need to ask where I will be! Doors open 9pm and tickets are pounds 20 on 0151 707 8385.

I have two pairs of tickets to Garlands' Boxing Night bash to give to the first two people to em ail me atn Not to be outdone Club 051 have a stunning PA on offer on Boxing Night with Breeze and Styles performing You Are Shining and Heartbeats. As usual, the 051 faithful will be hitting the decks with sets from the likes of Lil John, Lee Butler, Mark Simon and co.

n YOU can party all Boxing Night long at G-Bar whether you want to warm up or just not go home. From 10pm to 2am, DJs John Hooper and Mark J will be entertaining you and it is just pounds 5 entry.

Then from 3 am to 7 am for pounds 12/pounds 10 members entry, you can enjoy the work of John Cotton and Neil James in the church, Dave Booth and John Hooper in the basement, and Lady Sian in the Love Lounge.
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 17, 2004
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