The documentary The Kick, the Snare, the Hat and a Clap, about outdoor raves in the 90s, is by Susie Davies, not Davis as a feature on the north-east underground music scene said (Clog on the Tyne, 4 November, G2, p8). Also, the Newcastle upon Tyne pub the Trent House was subject to attacks from organised racist groups, not specifically the National Front. And Rockshots was a nightclub in the city, not the name of a gay night at the Trent House.
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