The Brewers will make its grand entrance to Manchester’s gay village this week, as it swings open its doors following an investment of over half a million pounds on Thursday, 20 February.
The bar and club on Canal Street, formerly KIKI and VOID, has undergone a complete transformation to create a unique and stylish destination for locals to let their hair down in. Expect style, table service and cocktails aplenty on the ground floor, and all-night parties, performances from Manchester’s biggest acts and DJs downstairs in Club Brewers.
A jam-packed schedule will keep everyone entertained throughout the week. Upstairs, locals can look forward to offers including 241 cocktails and £25 house champagne and deals on wine, fuelling after-work drinks in the fabulous new surroundings.
Come Friday, a multi-talented percussion group will seamlessly wind down the working week, with the bar’s Tea Party, providing the campest bottomless prosecco in town.
If that wasn’t exciting enough, Club Brewers’ Filthy Gorgeous and Julie’s Funhouse – every Tuesday and Thursday from 10pm – 4am – will pump out the best tunes with performances from some of Manchester’s most popular drag, martini glass burlesque and cabaret performers. Friday and Saturday nights will see DJs on rotation, with regular PAs from some of the village’s most-sought acts – with the one and only Claire Richards getting everyone up to dance on Saturday, 29th February!
Mike Mitchell, General Manager at The Brewers, commented: “We are so excited to be opening up in the heart of the village, and can’t wait to see what everyone thinks. We’ve worked really hard to create a venue that offers something for everyone and are sure that the community will welcome us as soon as our doors swing open!”