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FRIDAY 05 APRIL

PROHIBITION: SLEAZY SPEAKEASY WITH SLAMBOREE

10PM-3AM : £12/ £15 (18+)

Leave your inhibitions at the door and step inside our Sleazy Speakeasy!

Manchester's finest Electro Swing and Vintage Sounds Club night turns 6 in April 2019!

Swinging into the Deaf Institute Music Hall will be a lineup of DJs, musicians and performers all on a vintage theme.

There is nothing quite like Prohibition. Run by international female DJ, Emma Clair it's probably the most fun you can have on a night out!

The night will begin in the Bar and then the doors to the Music Hall will open from 11pm, where you will be treated to an audio and visual spectacular with sights and sounds from the golden era of Swing and Jazz... with a cheeky modern twist!

Prohibition are super thrilled to be hosting the Manchester leg of Slamboree Soundsystem's UK Tour! One of the Countries best love festival acts, with bundles of insane energy, these guys know how to put on a show! Prepare to be wowed by Multi-award winning musician Mike Freear and the vocal powerhouse and linguistic snake charmer that is Miss Kathika Rabbit!

MUSIC LINE UP
Slamboree (DJ & LIVE VOCALS)
DJ Papa Django (Electro Swing Bohemia Prague)
DJ Swing Thing (Electro Swing Bohemia Prague)
Emma Clair FEAT Andy McBain - Musician, Producer & DJ (LIVE CLARINET)
Nanook

PERFORMANCE LINE UP
Mischief Mafia (L.E.D HOOP)
LOLA DE CHOCOLAT (BURLESQUE)
Molly Mischief (COMPERE)

What to wear?
We don't have a dress code for Prohibition but we actively encourage you to go to town on whatever outfit/look you desire!! Flirty flappers, down right dirty drag, sexy sequins, tantalizing top hats, vivacious vintage ... the sleazier the better! Looking for inspiration? Check our Facebook page for photo albums from past events!ester's finest Electro Swing and Vintage Sounds Club night turns 6 in April 2019!

What started in a small Chorlton bar has now ventured to the Deaf Institute. Known for bringing the 1920s back to life, Prohibition sparkles & shines!

There is nothing quite like Prohibition. Run by international female DJ, Emma Clair it's probably the most fun you can have on a night out!

The night will begin in the Bar and then the doors to the Music Hall will open from 11pm, where you will be treated to an audio and visual spectacular with sights and sounds from the golden era of Swing and Jazz... with a cheeky modern twist!

Swinging into the Deaf Institute Music Hall will be a lineup of DJs, musicians and performers all on a vintage theme.
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