Big Banquet: The After Party
About Big Banquet: The After Party
We did warn you that every day’s a party at Contact.
Experience all the after-party vibes with live DJs and cabaret from some of the very best of Manchester’s local artists.
We’ll be going until late, so don’t forget to fuel up at our Supper Club with ARMR Bar and Kitchen beforehand.
See you on the dancefloor.
The Big Banquet
Every day is a party at Contact. But, this summer, we’re bringing you something extra special.
From 28 - 29 of July, we’re lowering the drawbridge and throwing open the castle doors for a weekend full of festivities!
“For 50 years, Contact has proven what can be achieved by putting the future first. I’m so excited to mark this remarkable legacy with The Big Banquet and can’t wait to share the beautiful Contact energy with our audiences, artists, visitors, friends and family over one incredible weekend. After a year at the helm of this magnificent organisation, I know one thing for sure: there’s nowhere in the world like Contact” - Keisha Thompson, Contact's AD and CEO
Join us in the castle on Oxford Road as we wrap up our 50th birthday celebrations with The Big Banquet, and feast on a range of extraordinary cultural delights.
Access and Content Warnings
If you have any access needs you want to discuss with us, please call the box office Tuesday to Friday between 12pm – 10pm on 0161 274 0600.
Alternatively, you can email the box office on firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch via direct message on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram (@contactmcr on all three platforms).
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