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The packed dancefloor at Curzons nightclub on Curzon Street, Derby, in the mid 1990sGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailThese great photos were taken during the mid 1990s heyday of a popular Derby nightclub.Curzons, on Curzon Street, was one of the top venues in the city in those days, with people often being turned away on busy nights.For many years it was also Derby’s only gay nightclub. And it also played host to live acts including Shola Ama and Honeyz.Alex Newby, of Belper, first went to the club in 1995.
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Though there were stragglers challenging friends to dump ice water on themselves to raise awareness to fight various illnesses before last summer, attaching the idea to the battle against ALS and getting major celebrities involved began when former Boston College baseball player Pete Frates diagnosed in 2011 pulled in some friends and celebrities (including NFL QBs Tom Brady and Matt Ryan) on July 31. Within two weeks, everyone from Jimmy Fallon to Bill Gates was getting soaked, and by mid August the next viral video of your favorite athlete or celebrity topping the last viral video with a bolder/better one was never more than an hour away. By month’s end, the fad had burned itself out, but not before it raised roughly $100 million in one month for a great cause..