Bar Fly Club (Cardiff) Reviews
Description:KINGSWAY, CARDIFF, CF103FD. tel = +44-(0)2920 667658
Newest Review: ... fancy seeing a band then you can go there about 11pm on the weekend and listen to local DJ'S (Mike TV normally who is now on Red Dragon Radio)playing a vast collection of indie bands. This ranges from Welsh bands as the Manics and the Stereos, to the Spiral Carpets and Greenday. This brings me to the fact that i saw James Dean Bradfield there on a Saturday night and so i was well ... more
Customer Bar Fly Club (Cardiff) Reviews (3)
by - written on 05/11/01, updated on 05/11/01 (Very useful, 97 readings)
The Barfly is one of the newest clubs in Cardiff. It's situated opposite Cardiff Castle and i have to admit that i'm a big fan of it. Barfly plays indie music and is a good alternative to the infamous Clwb Ifor Bach that i'm not too impressed with. Prices vary on the door depending on how well known a band is, local bands choose the prices they want to charge so beware! The most i've paid to get in is £7 which was for the Crocketts who i rate as one of my fave new bands, although if you don't really fancy seeing a band then you can go there about 11pm on the weekend and listen to local DJ'S (Mike TV normally who is now on Red ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/01, updated on 30/03/02 (Very useful, 69 readings)
As the other opinions on the Barfly club are all positive, I had to put down my thoughts as they differ somewhat. There are 3 Barflys, in London, Sheffield and Cardiff. I write about the one in Cardiff. The barfly is located right in the middle of town, on Kingsway opposite the castle and next to Beatties.(that's if anyone reading does actually decide to go there after reading my op!) The Barfly is open every night from 7 pm till 12, and from Fridays-Saturdays until 2 am. They have bands playing every night, which are always indie and very often local "talent" (Not my idea of talent but there you go!) On Friday and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/01, updated on 25/09/01 (Very useful, 204 readings)
Last weekend I went to Cardiff. It was my friends 21st, he's at Uni there and it was my first visit. I thought about writing an op on Cardiff in general but since we didn't see that much of it I think I'll focus on the Barfly club. It might amuse you to first hear of our car journey to Cardiff. In case you don't know Cardiff is situated in South Wales just the other side of the Seven Bridge which transverses the River Avon. Travelling up from Dorset it's a pretty straight forward journey really, head north towards Bristol, keep going, over the bridge and you're there. It should take about 2.5hours from house to house. The ... Read the complete review
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