Manchester production company Tightrope Productions Limited are bringing two incredible sing-along shows to Manchester’s newest theatre- DriveINSIDE, which is the world’s first Drive-In theatre and is Manchester’s newest entertainment venue.

DriveINSIDE is a drive-in theatre that is covered by Europe’s largest mega tent. The venue
provides an immersive experience for 800 people and seating for every audience member.
Simply drive in, get out of the car and take your seats to the side of your vehicle. Unlike
other drive-in venues, this one is covered, so no need to worry about that famous
Manchester Rain- the show will go on!

Tightrope Productions are thrilled to be employing Manchester artists and musicians in what might well be the first theatre production to hit our city since March.

“This is one of the most exciting projects that I have ever been apart of. This venue is very special and provides a real immersive experience for our audience. Actors will welcome vehicles and will interact with our audience before the show. There will also be a full bar and food service to your seat although the alcoholic drinks will just be for those in the passenger seats!

We are delighted to bring back Power Ballads Live! to Manchester- a show that packed the O2 Ritz out last year. This show features a 16-piece band and 4 epic rock vocalists performing some of the biggest and best-loved power ballads of all time!’ ‘From Don’t Stop Believing and I’d Do Anything For Love to I Will Always Love You and Bohemian Rhapsody, audiences can dance and sing-along in their very own socially distanced space!”

(Daniel Wood, Managing Director of Tightrope Productions)

The second show is a brand-new production, ‘Queen by Candlelight’. This production has
already sold out for two performance at The Monastery, Manchester at the end of the year and will once again feature epic rock vocalists from London’s West End, accompanied by an
incredible live band performing some of Queen’s biggest hits.

The new venue is right in the heart of Manchester’s theatre scene, opposite Home and
behind Manchester Central and The Bridgewater Hall on Medlock Street.


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