NIGHT MOVES@The Flying Duck

SUCH a myriad selection of quirky themed nights occur at this "cheeky wee bar and club" that Dress To Impress isn't even the most impressive.

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CLUBBER OF THE WEEK: Jamie Crossan
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In fact, from what we witnessed, it didn't involve any dressing up at all: bizarre when you consider that the Flying Duck's indie legions need no coercion to don outfits in homage to The Big Lebowski, Wes Anderson, Star Wars, Spinal Tap, or any other cult film you care to mention.

If the characters around here are unusual, they fit the space.

The Duck's kitchen and club are two of the most idiosyncratic rooms you'll ever bevvy and dance in, respectively.

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