Stellar disco staple La Discothéque is celebrating its third birthday with a glamorous party this Saturday night back where it all began: Manchester’s Albert Hall. Famed for its unforgettable parties with glittering flamingos, queens and soul sergeants, La Discothéque have put together a killer lineup for this weekend bash, headlined by Detroit disco pioneer, Alicia Myers, famed for her hit I Want To Thank You – her first performance in the city for over a decade. Backing the live performance by Myers is Chicago House legend, Derrick Carter, playing a range of disco classics and BBC Radio 1’s Rob Da Bank, who presents Purple Rave, his tribute to the inimitable Prince. Completing the bill is veteran selector, Norman Jay MBE, and the hosts for the evening with be local heroes, Bad Fun. Sound like an unmissable night? Be warned: tickets to the last La Discotéque bash sold out way in advance, so get on those tickets ahead of the weekend before they go.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Sun 24 Nov, Albert Hall,
27 Peter Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M2 5QR
, Tel: 0161 817 3490, £24.75
Edward Lane
Published on:
Sat 16 Nov 2019