Special Events


03 Jul 2017

Tickets £20 / £15

JAFFA Comedy Night.

Part of the first ever Jewish Arts Festival For All (JAFFA) in Manchester, the evening will celebrate the very best in UK Jewish Comedy with a stellar line-up of Josh Howie, Bennett Arron, Mark Maier, Sol Bernstein and Adam Bloom as MC.

All the acts are well known on the comedy circuit with Adam Bloom, a former Perrier Award Nominee and Polygram Award winner for best stand-up at the Edinburgh Festival. Undoubtedly one of Britain's sharpest comic brains - all this and he doesn't swear!

"He's been one of my favourite stand-ups for about ten years" (Ricky Gervais)

"In the premier league of comedy" (The Independent)

"He makes me laugh out loud, I can't wait to see him live" (Sir Ian McKellen)





Tickets £17.50/£15 conc

"Overwhelming, Masterly, Brilliant!” Bremen Courier
"From Bowie to the Beach Boys” Stuttgart Daily News

Is it possible for anyone to create a show that brilliantly combines music from Mozart to Monty Python, Bach to the Beatles, Chick Corea to Rossini? The answer of course in the case of The Unique Komedy Ukulele Orchestra (TUKUO) is a resounding "YES!" Their motto is; "Musical borders belong to Yesterday". After a string of hugely successful European Tours, the musicians from TUKUO directed by Peter Moss will once more be combining their totally unique vocal harmony blend with their own brand of typically British humour, brilliantly daring and inventive arrangements and the unbelievable sound of their miniature instrument of choice, the famous and hugely underrated Ukulele that originated from Hawaii. The Ukulele's are back!

Tickets £12/£8 conc

TNND Christmas Special

The smash-hit comedy phenomenon returns to Manchester with an astonishing new show.

Join the quickest wits in comedy as they transform audience suggestions into a festive, feel-good evening of side-splitting jokes, jaw-dropping characters, and mind-blowing songs.

The Noise Next Door are razor sharp, lightning fast, and funnier than ever.

As seen on BBC One, BBC Three, ITV1 and ITV2.

As heard on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 4.

"Hilarious" Telegraph
"Comedy gold" Guardian

“Immaculately well executed” Times