He then went on to technical college to study computers, but when he left the course the only job he could get was as a cloakroom attendant
in a nightclub, at pounds 25 a week.
CARRIES: Political papers, lipstick, comb, handkerchief, powder compact, pounds 1 coin for cloakroom attendant
Yesterday, a pal of Amanda, Donna Grieve, said: "She worked as a cloakroom attendant
in a nightclub and loved to go out clubbing.
LADY THATCHERCARRIES: Political papers, lipstick, comb, handkerchief, powder compact, pounds 1 coin for cloakroom attendant
The posers, meanwhile, hung out at Blitz, a nightclub where everyone dressed to excess, and the most under- used member of staff must have been the cloakroom attendant
- a certain Boy George.
Well one of the cloakroom girls has just left" - Sharon makes Billy Mitchell the club's cloakroom attendant
- rather than say, Lauren, Whitney or any other unemployed girl (EastEnders) Advice of the week "When a young writer asks me how do you get started in this career, I say: 'First, leave the building
But once I'd handed over my dirty mac to the cloakroom attendant
- who surveyed it as if it was an item of army camouflage - and perfected a cross-legged stance that revealed just the one soiled knee, I was ready to face the distinguished throng.
Another point worth remembering is that St Cheryl once assaulted a club cloakroom attendant
Starting as a manufactured scene in London nightclubs such as Billy's, which ran David Bowie and Roxy Music nights, and the Blitz Club, where Steve Strange worked on the door and Boy George was a cloakroom attendant
, the New Romantics burst into life.
Back in the early '90s, she appeared occasionally on TV, supplementing her income with an evening job as a cloakroom attendant
Steve, who at this time was developing what became infamous London club night Billy's, gave George a job as cloakroom attendant
in one of the venues for 18 months, and also took Culture Club on the first HMV tour which Visage headlined.
Unfortunately, though, he was a cloakroom attendant