Manchester’s freshest musical troupe, The Untold Orchestra, takes to the Albert Hall stage this month in honour of the iconic Stevie Wonder and his classic album ‘Songs in the Key of Life’.

Taking place on Friday 16 July, this 15-piece orchestra will play hits like ‘I Wish’, ‘Isn’t She Lovely’ and ‘Sir Duke’ as they redefine the role of the orchestra in 2021 through an evening of Stevie Wonder orchestral celebration.

Native to Manchester, The Untold Orchestra aims to unite communities through their music. By changing perceptions and bringing new people to the world of orchestra, they focus on making their music accessible to everybody.

Table service has been offered as this COVID-friendly event will be seated in social distanced tables of two to six people. With a wide range of wine, beers and cocktails on offer, this will be a party that’s guaranteed to help you ease out of lockdown in style.

Tickets are available for anyone 18+ at just £12 per person, with groups of four and six currently still on offer. To find out more on how to grab tickets, visit the Albert Hall website via the link below.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Fri 16 Jul, 7pm - 11pm, Albert Hall,
City Centre, 27 Peter Street, Manchester M2 5QR
, From £13.20
Mia Duthil-McArthur
Published on:
Wed 7 Jul 2021