The Birdcage is a unique nightclub and cabaret experience, located in the heart of Manchester city centre. It’s served over three million party goers since opening in 2006 and has held a number of sassy soirees and dazzling dance shows. With energy-packed performances by phenomenal entertainers, a show here is sure to keep you entertained long into the night.
Here’s a little of what you can expect throughout the week.
The Big Night Out Saturday is a night that features flamboyant drag artists, elegant showgirls and sexy male dancers. Every thirty minutes, the incredible Birdcage drag queens entertain revellers by taking on a host of celebrity acts in their cabaret including Beyoncé, Cher, Tina Turner, Kylie Minogue, Madonna and the Spice Girls to name but a few.
Watch as the city’s finest talent strut their stuff all over the main stage in a show that’s chock-full of spins, splits, and sass like you’ve never seen. It’s a unique night out in the city with outrageously funny compere and resident DJs playing all your music favourites from the ‘80s, ‘90s, ‘00s and now.
The Dreamboys Manchester Team are back at The Birdcage due to popular demand and their first performance is Thursday 6th April. Expect the full monty, abs aplenty and gyrations galore. Get your reserved seating tickets for only £12 per person and treat yourself and your most fabulous friends to a night you won’t forget in a hurry.
The Birdcage also caters to the city’s student scene. Voodoo Wednesdays is an electric all- night party with Manchester’s best DJ talent providing five hours of non-stop quality tunes. For those of you who fancy a spot of fierce, head down to Flirt on Fridays where the music is loud and the drinks are cheap. What’s not to love?
The Birdcage is also perfectly suited to host private hire functions and corporate events so whether you’re holding a student night out, comedy night or concert, the 1400 capacity venue can be arranged to suit any individual need.
For a night out with a difference and moves that would make Mick Jagger jealous, there’s really no better place to go.