The Deaf Institute is celebrating the freedom of the British public with their Good Mood Interlude – five weeks featuring a variety of different events beginning on Monday 17 May and taking place every single night. There’s something for everyone in their new line-up and after this past year, we all deserve an ace night out. Best of all? All of these events are free. Just pop by on the night or guarantee yourself a seat by pre-booking through the Deaf Institute website.

On Mondays you can watch screenings of some iconic British comedies, including the Mighty Boosh, Peep Show and Alan Partridge. Tuesdays are quiz night with The Deaf Institute’s own (and Manchester Wire podcast co-host) Sav back on the mic, hosting The Quiz That Came From Space. Wednesdays are here to advance our musical education with screenings of music documentaries like I Am A Cliché and White Riot. Thursday Takeovers vary, with record labels Heavenly Recording and Speedy Wunderground rocking up to showcase artists from their rostas in the Music Hall, while interactive art-club Overdrawn invites visitors to get creative and scribble on some tables.

As always, Fridays and Saturdays belong to DJ’s and The Deaf Institute is supporting bands by inviting the likes of The Orielles, Cabbage and Loose Articles to take over the decks with their Friends and Family DJ nights. Sundays will end the week with Get Stuffed, Deaf’s bottomless brunch courtesy of new kitchen residents, The Koffee Pot. Open your diaries and start scribbling in some dates – we can’t think of a better way to ease out of lockdown.


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Tue 11 May, The Deaf Institute,
135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester, M1 7HE
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Dior Marie Edwin
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Tue 11 May 2021