Dance Hall - a Memory of Woking.
Just on the edge of the Commercial Road car park is the building on the left where I, and just about every other teenager that couldn't afford to go to London to socialise, spent our Monday nights. I an remember paying 5/- to see Tom Jones just after he'd released 'Delilah'. The place was heaving and nobody could move. There was also a small bar in a cellar area where we drank Cherry B's. There was also a dance hall at the top of the Co-op where loads of headliners appeared. I can remember seeing 'Freddie and the Dreamers', 'Troggs', 'Dave Dee etc', 'Tremelos'. It never cost us more the 5/-. We knew how to live...
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