Not quite feeling the festive spirit yet? Manchester cocktail slingers Clubhouse have added an extra festive twist to their usual antics that’s sure to have you digging out the Christmas jumpers in no time.

Having taken over Spinningfields Square, the venue is hosting alpine-style karaoke huts, duelling pianos and a ten metre-long curling lane for anyone looking for a little friendly competition from their December night out.

Christmas-inspired cocktails like the kiwi and coconut Life’s a Grinch, or the pink gin and cranberry Santa Baby will be on-hand to wash down loaded fries, poutine and kebabs from the ever-popular Kong’s Chicken Shop.

The tallest Christmas tree in Manchester—standing at 30ft—will provide a spectacular backdrop for those all-important Insta shots and the heated pergola will provide some much-needed shelter from the infamous Mancunian elements.

Every Friday and Saturday will bring a soundtrack of live music, and on 23 Dec, duelling pianists go head-to-head, taking requests from the crowd.

Karaoke huts can be booked for up to six people in 90 minute sessions for £50. Drinks packages are also available when booking with three tiers available: £35 (six cans of prosecco on ice), £50 (three four-pint pitchers of pilsner / two cocktail jugs), £100 (six cans of prosecco, one pitcher of pilsner, one cocktail jug).

The curling lane can also be booked for up to six people, for £60 per hour.

Around until 23 Dec, A Clubhouse Christmas will take a short break before returning for New Year festivities from 26 Dec – 30 Dec.

Walk-ins are welcome and bookings can be made for four or more people. You can make a booking using the link below.


A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Thu 18 Nov - Thu 30 Dec,
Spinningfields Square, Manchester M3 3EB
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Tue 14 Dec 2021