It’s 2018 – and we’ve already hit the ground running. In this year that celebrates and highlights the centenary of women’s suffrage, I am proud to be featured amongst the 25 STRONG portraits in the ‘Suffragette City’ exhibition that has been curated by media powerhouse and Manchester Digital Music Archive co-founder Alison Surtees and photographed by Elspeth Moore.
So here we are and here we go again. It’s December. Yay. Which means we’re in the countdown to Christmas and New Year – double yay! 2017 has been like a musical drive-by that has had me holding you hostage on many a dance floor and you’ll be pleased to know that December continues in this tradition.
October / November. It’s the season of freaky funk and disco sparklers so here’s how and where you can plot your course through the season of changing colours, falling leaves and that seductive pull of bouncing basements and boogie bangers.
The end of August is upon us. Pretty soon we will all turn to disco dust. So get up, forget the past, go outside and have a blast… There’s a big weekend of parties coming to Manchester and everyone’s invited.
Here is a lovely Kamila Rymajdo interview that is online now at http://theskinny.co.uk – it’s about me, of course. And Manchester. And Pride.
Join us for 3 days & 3 nights over the August bank holiday for the Come As You Are Weekender 2017!
A carefully curated gathering of outside street parties, DJs, food, drink, music, dancing, performance by House Of Decay, basement club parties & more as we celebrate Mardi Gras in Manchester.
Join us on May Bank Holiday for a specially curated gathering of all things food, drink, music and dancing whch will see the 10,000sq foot Refuge space and outside street evolve over 4 days to house a New York loft style party in the a basement, a proper old pub knees-up, an all-day Saturday courtyard Croatian gathering and a Sunday Balearic soiree reminiscent of the original spirit of the White Isle.
Northern Disco Lights tells the untold story of a group of teenagers in the arctic city of Tromsø, who set off a chain of events that would go on to transform their country. There will be two screenings of this fabulous film on Record Store Day (Saturday April 22nd) at The Refuge, Manchester.
Follow the White Rabbit and The Easter Bunny and enjoy hopping across Manchester for some lovely Easter party vibes. Find me in Deansgate or The Northern Quarter. But when????