The warm summer months still seem a long way off, and while we ride out the rest of the winter, Lazy Lizard’s Ibizan themed bar and club might just be the place to go to feel some August heat. This week resident DJs throw out some beach-side beats at weekly Thursday night freebie, Future Thursdays. Friday plays host to an Ibiza Classics night for the biggest tracks to take you right back to hazy holiday nights. Ibizan institution, Cafe Mambo have resident DJ Danny O on the decks to get our Saturday going in true White Isle style.

Thu 22 Mar: Future Thursdays
Start the weekend early with Lazy Lizard’s weekly Thursday night party. Resident DJs Steeve Valverde (Es Paradis) and Disco Kid (Sankey’s Ibiza) are on hand playing the sun-drenched sounds of the White Isle’s biggest clubs, and getting us up and on the floor. With deals at the bar all night long, and free entry, it’s worth struggling through Friday for.
Free entry

Fri 23 Mar: Ibiza classics
Lazy Lizard host an Ibiza Classics night, with nothing but the biggest tunes of the summer playing all night long. Resident DJ Steeve Valverde (of Ibiza’s Es Paradis) selects only the best club classics and iconic dance tracks. Keeping an upbeat, energetic vibe going all night long, this is one for dancing the night through.
Early bird tickets from £5

Sat 24 Mar: Cafe MAMBO presents Danny O and Erik Hagleton
Stalwart of the Ibizan beach club scene, Cafe Mambo have legions of fans, and regularly host the biggest DJs in the world. This week, the brand head to Manchester bringing resident DJ Danny O in tow. With experience playing alongside the likes of Fatboy Slim, Pete Tong and Groove Armada, Danny O knows what it is to play a room filling track to some of the biggest Superclub crowds. Suporting Danny O is Erik Hagleton, the French DJ known for mixing heady house beats with some techno grit.
Early bird tickets from £5

Lazy Lizard, The Printworks, 27 Withy Grove, Manchester M4 2BS. Tel: 0161 806 0180,

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Thu 22 Mar - Sun 25 Mar
Olivia Rye
Published on:
Mon 19 Mar 2018