Holiday Inn Ashford Central

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Canterbury Road, Ashford, Kent, TN25 8QQ, United Kingdom
Holiday Inn Ashford - Central
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 34% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Motown near Earls Court?

by soflababs

Hello from sunny South Florida! My friend and I are celebrating turning 50 in London this April. Wondering if there are any clubs or venues that have a weekly "Motown" night? We are staying in the Earls Court area, so something close by would be ideal.

Appreciate your thoughts, suggestions, ideas. Thanks.

Re: Motown near Earls Court?

by northeast80

Hello from very cold Bristol :-)
THE place to go if you like Northern Soul, Motown, Ska, Go Go dancers is the Bethnal Green Working Men's Club. It's true to the '60s there's live bands and a revolving stage where Go Go dancers come on between bands, before and after the bands there's a DJ. Everyone really makes an effort and dresses up. Here's the website;
There is also the Motown Soul Bar, which I've not been to, here's a link;
Unfortunately neither are close to Earl's Court but the night busses are great in London, I miss them!

Re: Motown near Earls Court?

by Britannia2

I found this link -
The London venues are not near Earls Court but if you need directions just ask.
Here is another one in south London -
Again if interested ask for directions.

Re: Motown near Earls Court?

by soflababs

Thank you all so much. These are great leads...appreciate it!

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 Holiday Inn Ashford Central

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Address: Canterbury Road, Ashford, Kent, TN25 8QQ, United Kingdom