New Year’s Eve 2016 Dance Party at The Deaf Institute

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The Deaf Institute. Photo by Jack Kirwin -JK Photography.

New Year’s Eve Dance Party at The Deaf Institute, Manchester 31 December 2016 — 1 January 2017 Tickets from £10.00 — Book now

The Deaf Institute brings together three of its most popular club nights to celebrate the start of 2017. There will be a glorious hip hop line-up in the basement, the funk, soul and Latin disco of You Dig? in the main bar and 80s pop night Girls on Film beneath Deaf’s enormous mirror ball upstairs. Three floors of music, drinks offers, face paints, decorations and glitter cannons – what more could you ask for?

New Year’s Eve Dance Party at The Deaf Institute, Manchester 31 December 2016 — 1 January 2017

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