Birmingham news Back in Time for Birmingham viewers call for 'daytimer' raves to return PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Daughter Alisha and son Akash explored how a boom in South Asian culture in 1989 in the city sparked a new cultural phenomenon that went on to spread across the country

Birmingham news Back in Time for Birmingham viewers call for 'daytimer' raves to return PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Daughter Alisha and son Akash explored how a boom in South Asian culture in 1989 in the city sparked a new cultural phenomenon that went on to spread across the country

Birmingham news  Back in Time for Birmingham viewers call for 'daytimer' raves to return PremierLeague-News.Com
22 June 2022 - 23:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Back in Time for Birmingham viewers were left calling for the 80s 'daytimer' raves to return to the city after they were highlighted on the BBC show. The BBC show follows the Sharma family through five decades of life in the city as they explore everything about British Asian life. Daughter Alisha and son Akash explored how a boom in South Asian culture in 1989 in the city sparked a new cultural phenomenon that went on to spread across the country - the 'daytimer' where nightclubs would open and blast out music during the day. The programme explained that youngsters from the culture were "less able to go out at night" so the events enabled the South Asian teens and 20 year olds to go clubbing in venues like The Powerhouse and The Hummingbird. Viewers were excited to see their childhoods re-lived through the programme, while others called for the daytimers to return. They took to Twitter to comment. Read moreNitin Ganatra shares horrific racist attacks on Back in Time for Birmingham @BalChats said: "I would love daytime clubbing now!! #BackInTimeforBirmingham." @Ravsta87 commented: "I've heard so many stories about the daytimer gigs, a brilliant era for Bhangra. Would have loved to experience them. #BackInTimeForBirmingham.

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. Well done @DJNoreenKhan & team!" @ForBallumIWould said: "Daytime clubbing? I learn something new about Birmingham every episode #BackInTimeforBirmingham." @LiluWheeler wrote: "Was introduced to #Daytimers by couple of Muslim friends at college. Head to town, get changed, spray perfume at Rackhams. Next jump onto bus, have a dance and run out Cinderella style, home by 4.30pm. Love how Asian girls made the most of their lot. #BackInTimeforBirmingham." @AMAREENISME added: "I remember daytimers, never went though, I was a good girl in school #BackInTimeforBirmingham." The show is available to watch on BBC iPlayer. Read More Related Articles Escape to the Chateau stars Dick and Angel share 'concerning' update over shortage at home Read More Related Articles A Place in the Sun star Jasmine Harman shares rare snap of family as fans say same thing

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