As a member of the Micron crew, Ronny Gill has been a part of Manchester's favourite underground house night of recent times. Micron, twice nominated Best Small British Club by DJ Mag, have brought the who's who of the underground scene to Manchester...Justin Robertson, Yousef, Heidi, Ben Klock, H.O.S.H, Ame, Ewan Pearson, Redshape, Paul Woolford, Hercules & Love Affair...the list goes on and on. The Manchester Evening News dubbed Micron "The night that can do no wrong” and Ronny Gill was a key player in that success. A success that also helped make their home ‘Joshua Brooks’ one of the coolest venues in the city.
Now it only seems right that Karnival bring Ronny Gill to The Deaf Institute, recently venue voted ‘Best Venue in Manchester’ by Manchester Evening News’ CityLife. Expect to hear Ronny play deep and jacking house, techno, electro, some disco and electronica…all in an acid house spirit. The Karnival revellers are sure in for a treat. Ronny will be supported by the host of the party and resident Karnival disc-jockeying extraordinaire; Tacet.
The team of Karnival performers are already getting their props, sweets, gags, outfits and face paints ready! As always, they are getting prepared to make peoples’ night even better because that's what they are there for. For more of a insight into the goings-on...check out the pictures from the March event here: http://tinyurl.com/karnivalmarch
Jack Meredith, creative director and co-founder of Karnival said, “Having had such a great time in March, we can’t wait to do it all again in April! Our night is different from others because we give people more than just great music; we add little interactions and games which heighten everyone’s experience. We strive to make it better and different every time people come.”
Karnival fuses incredible house music and inspired performance to create a night that was described by one Karnival reveller as a nod to the legendary Carry On parties at Manumission Ibiza. Karnival draws inspiration from groundbreaking South American performance company ‘De La Guarda’, who were the pioneers of fusing immersive theatre, amazing music and astonishing set. It has to be seen to be believed.
The Karnival Residents Party continues with Ronny Gill (Micron) and Tacet on Friday 5 March, 10pm till 3am, at The Deaf Institute and runs every first Friday of the month.
Tickets are priced at £5 advance and a bit more on the door. For more information and tickets, head to www.skiddle.com.
Tickets are no longer available for this event