Terry Christian’s Mad Manc Cabaret at Band On The Wall

At Band On The Wall...

Award winning TV and radio presenter and supermanc Terry Christian presents the Mad Manc Cabaret.

Every month starting Friday 17th October at Band On The Wall, Mad Manc Cabaret will be bringing together four decades of Manchester’s cultural history in the greatest live show in the north.

Destined to become a don’t miss event, each show will be filmed like the TV variety style format it is; with music, comedy, poetry performances and interviews with the people who put the Manchester vibe in the area.

It will be The Word, but live on stage, in Manchester.

Don’t forget to stick around for The Northerners With Attitude club night afterwards.

Guests on The first show include:

Ex Primal scream and A Certain Ratio Singer Denise Johnson performing live and spilling the beans on life on the road with the Scots rockers.

Stella Grundy Of Intastella Fame performing songs from her one woman musical play ‘Rise & Fall Of A Northern Star’.

Salfordian performance poet, the new John Cooper Clarke – JB Barrington AKA Words Escape Me – a star in the making.

Belfast Hip Hop Artist and Soul Rebel, his Dad was a UVF paramilitary but his raps hit the target every time , Jun Tzu who’ll be performing a couple of numbers from his new album ‘ The Troubles’

Former Joy Division and New Order Bass Player Peter Hook talking about the Halcyon days of Manchester Music from Punk through to The Hacienda and its ongoing worldwide influence.

And Tony Wilson’s first signing to Factory Records. He counts Pete Townshend Of The Who, Brian May Of Queen and Brian Eno amongst his biggest fans, playing live and talking about his incredible journey in Music including Ed Banger & The Nosebleeds and working with Morrissey on the Suedehead album – the one and only, Mr Durutti Column himself – Vini Reilly.


Tickets £15 including entrance to Northerners With Attitude Club night – a true flavour of Manchester’s music legacy on the dance-floor with the best music from Manchester’s club nights of old from The Twisted Wheel to The Hacienda and a hefty showering of classic Manchester floor-fillers.

Dress to impress as you’ll be getting filmed and this will be seen world wide.

Entrance to Club Night only is £7.

Band On The Wall, 25 Swan St, The Northern Quarter, Manchester M4 5JZ



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