Lost Under Heaven at The Deaf Institute

Johnny James, Managing Editor
Lost Under Heaven

Lost Under Heaven at The Deaf Institute, Manchester 29 September 2018 Tickets from £5 — Book now

Former WU LYF frontman Ellery Roberts and visual artist Ebony Hoorn make intensely passionate music which tries to make sense of the modern dystopia in which we live. The pair released their critically acclaimed debut album Spiritual Songs For Lovers To Sing in 2016, and their followup is just around the corner. A joy to watch live, Lost Under Heaven will be playing at The Deaf Institute as a part of Stay Fresh Fest. Also on the bill is Francis Lung, Witch Fever, and the beautifully-named Crywank.


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exterior of Contact Theatre building
Contact Theatre

Following a major redevelopment, the iconic venue on Oxford Road will be reopening its doors to welcome the public back into the building this autumn. 

Bar or Pub

Sandbar, just off Oxford Road in Manchester, is a well-loved watering hole, with a great selection of ales and some eccentric seating.

Johnny Roadhouse store
Johnny Roadhouse

Buffeted by fried chicken outlets, legendary musical instrument emporium Johnny Roadhouse has been serving the local music community for over 50 years.

Catalog Bookshop

Find Peter and his Christiania cargo bike around All Saints Park, a hop, skip and a bunnyhop from Manchester Poetry Library.

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The Proud Place

Based in the heart of Manchester on Sidney Street, The Proud Place houses The Proud Trust and serves as a community hub for the wider LGBT+ population across Greater Manchester and beyond.

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Eighth Day

Eighth Day is a co-operative shop that sells ethically-sourced food, wine and cosmetics. There’s also café that serves hearty, healthy meals in the basement.

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