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Frenzy's History of hard dance and hard house clubnights


  • A new monthly hard house night starts up at Cagney's Nightclub underneath the Hilton Hotel in Bournemouth with a line-up consisting of Big Al Medino, Kaycee, Daina from Shock Records, Doubting Thomas, and DJ Liquid.
  • In November the name of this event changes, and the first ever Frenzy party party is thrown. Frenzy as a hard house event is born.


  • Frenzy moves into the first of its underground clubnight venues with bi-monthly parties starting at the Passion Nightclub in Bournemouth's Triangle.
  • November 28th saw Frenzy celebrate their first birthday with the DJ line-up including Jody Osman and Cheeky Scott plus Chris C from Mohawk Records.
  • Frenzy host Passion's most successful night in its short history on New Years Eve when Chris B of Pants and Corset fame raised the roof at 12 midnight.


  • Passion Nightclub closes its doors to the disappointment of Bournemouth's hard house collective.
  • Frenzy goes into a rest period as the crew take a much deserved time out.


  • Club Destiny comes calling, and Frenzy goes monthly into the underground hard dance venue joining other such promotions such as Destiny and Resonate on a rolling roster.
  • Frenzy host Anne Savage and break Club Destiny's attendance record. (Club Destiny has since gone on to become Dusk Till Dawn nightclub).
  • Ed Real starts to become a regular fixture on the Frenzy hard dance and hard house line-ups.
  • Club Destiny closes and Frenzy went into a much needed hibernation period for some rest and recuperation with the occasional appearance at the Opera House, The Red Rooms in Ringwood, and the K-Bar.


  • Frenzy make a hard house come back and are invited into The Showbar on Bournemouth Pier by Gamegrid and host acts such Trade's Pete Wardman, Ed Real and Nick Sentience of Nukleuz fame, Paul Maddox from Tidy Trax, and the 12 Inch Thumpers.
  • After five parties Frenzy move into their new home at The Empire Club.


  • The Empire Club hosts Frenzy hard house events though until September with DJs such as Andy Whitby, Frisky, Kym Ayres, and Paul F1 King.
  • Throughout 2007 Frenzy also regularly throws bigger parties in The Old Firestation with acts like Technikal, Jon Doe, BK, and Shock Record's Brain Bashers.
  • A highlight was Frenzy and Frantic ladies' night with Anne Savage, Charlotte Birch, and Cally Gage.
  • Frenzy move into Dusk Till Dawn in September which was once Club Destiny and open up with Brisk from the Stimulant DJs before celebrating the 5th Birthday with Ed Real & Kym Ayres in November.


  • Frenzy's first party of 2008 opens in January at Dusk Till Dawn nightclub with Cally Gage and Jon Langford resulting in a record attendance for the club over the previous 12 months.
  • Throughout the year Frenzy plays host to DJs such as Anne Savage, Andy Whitby, 12 Inch Thumpers, the Tidy DJs, Technikal, and Frisky.
  • Frenzy becomes a religion over the summer in order to bypass council flyering legislation and in the process gets on the radio and into the national newspapers!
  • In October we host the second room for Slinky at the Opera House.
  • November sees Frenzy and Tidy team-up for Keep Bournemouth Tidy at the Opera House with the Tidy Boys, Organ Donors, Kym Ayres, Mark EG and more.  It’s also our sixth birthday this month and Andy Whitby plays a two hour set for us at Dusk Till Dawn.
  • Helen G is added to our residents roster for 2009.


  • In February, Frenzy vs Resonate and the Valentine's Weekend Massacre opens the year with a massive party at Dusk Till Dawn nightclub.
  • In April Another piece of PR from Frenzy results in more press attention, this time with our April Fools that our DJs will be playing naked for charity.
  • In August Frenzy takes a break for the rest of the year.