EVENT : May 18, 2017.
Manchester After Hours: Be Our Guest
ONE NIGHT, CITY-WIDE SOCIAL
Thursday 18th May 2017, 6-9pm
This year we’ve joined forces with Bad Uncle to present a showcase of art, music and performance by practitioners based around the North West, inspired by the work of Alan Menken, the Oscar winning musical theatre and film composer best known for his scores for The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Pocahontas and The Little Shop of Horrors.
6.30pm The Killer Buds with music from Little Shop of Horrors
8.00pm DBH with an acoustic instrumental set inspired by Menken’s work
Free, no booking required.
About Manchester After Hours
Manchester After Hours takes place for one night only each year – an evening of unique collaborations and exceptional happenings in unusual spaces across Manchester, as part of the national Museums at Night festival of Lates.
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