Gullivers Manchester

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GIRL BOSS // Over The Road Fest '19 at Gullivers

GIRL BOSS // Over The Road Fest '19

  • Gullivers Manchester
  • Friday 11th January 2019
  • It's time to takeover Oldham St...
    Fofoulah at Gullivers, Manchester  at Gullivers

    Fofoulah at Gullivers, Manchester

    • This event has been cancelled
    • Gullivers Manchester
    • Thursday 24th January 2019
    • Fofoulah (meaning 'it's there' in Wolof) is a London-based group featuring Senegalese vocalist, dancer and percussionist.
      Acid Dad at Gullivers

      Acid Dad

      • Gullivers Manchester
      • Monday 28th January 2019
      • NYC's Acid Dad has made waves in the rock scene for the last couple of years with their catchy blend of psych and punk rock.
        Titters & Tassels Burlesque and Comedy Show at Gullivers

        Titters & Tassels Burlesque and Comedy Show

        • Gullivers Manchester
        • Sunday 3rd February 2019
        • Come and join Toots & leigh as they host a comedy and burlesque night fit to burst at its sequinned seams with titters and tassels.
          Shine Bright For Sepsis Awareness at Gullivers

          Shine Bright For Sepsis Awareness

          • Gullivers Manchester
          • Friday 8th February 2019
          • Live Music from 4 bands, Sparkles and all profits go to charity!
            Nick Ball & The Wrong Crowd at Gullivers

            Nick Ball & The Wrong Crowd

            • Gullivers Manchester
            • Monday 11th February 2019
            • Nick Ball & The Wrong Crowd live at Gullivers as the last stop of their UK tour
              Luluc at Gullivers

              Luluc

              • Gullivers Manchester
              • Tuesday 12th February 2019
              • Luluc appearing at Gullivers, Manchester.
                The Rising and Friends  - Moving On Tour at Gullivers

                The Rising and Friends - Moving On Tour

                • Gullivers Manchester
                • Tuesday 19th February 2019
                • Irish Country Rock band The Rising bring their Moving On Tour to the UK
                  The Undercover Hippy @ Gullivers, Manchester at Gullivers

                  The Undercover Hippy @ Gullivers, Manchester

                  • Gullivers Manchester
                  • Sunday 31st March 2019
                  • Politically driven roots-reggae hip-hop from festival favourite The Undercover Hippy and his band of backstreet groove pushers. Prepare to sweat.
                    Eleanor McEvoy at Gullivers

                    Eleanor McEvoy

                    • Gullivers Manchester
                    • Friday 5th April 2019
                    • “Her sulky, sophisticated voice and traversal of country, Celtic, and cosmic bar room styles is exhilarating. “Carlo Wolff, Boston Globe

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                      Review of Etta Bond + KSR at Gullivers - sold out

                      Overall rating: 4 Verified review

                      Had a lovely evening watching Etta Bond &KSR

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                      Review of Etta Bond + KSR at Gullivers - sold out

                      Overall rating: 5 Verified review

                      Etta Bond was AMAZING! And KSR as the support was awesome

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                      Review of Tea Street Band

                      Overall rating: 5 Verified review

                      Absolute belter of a night ... was like being back in 1969 ... disco lights a plenty ...

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                      The origins of Gullivers are hard to trace and shrouded in mystery but an appeal for the refusal of an ale house license in 1865 suggests this is when it opened. Originally a Wilson’s house called The Albert Hotel, then The Grenadier, J.W. Lees brewery bought the pub in the 1970s. They renamed it Gullivers and restored the green tiling to the front of the building whilst the original tiling is still visible at the Tib Street end. Gullivers has had an eclectic history of different guises over the years, encompassing everything from a jazz club to a transvestite bar.

                      Situated on the lively strip of Oldham Street in Manchester’s ever­ changing Northern Quarter, Gullivers has been re-­imagined as a lively, bustling bar with some of the best atmosphere, music and bands on offer in Manchester.

                      Having already rejuvenated the top of Oldham Street with the hugely successful and popular Castle Hotel, we want to help make this area a vital new hub of activity in the Northern Quarter.

                      With a newly refurbished ballroom and smaller acoustic lounge hosting live music and entertainment from local and breaking acts, you can say you saw it here first! Focusing on heady times, friendly faces and rock ‘n’ roll, the new Gullivers welcomes you to take this adventure with us.

                      In addition to our welcoming bar and filler­less jukebox, our upstairs venue is truly a one-­of-­a kind in the Northern Quarter. Continuing with the building’s history as a well known music venue we have sympathetically restored upstairs, using original features, to a decadent ballroom space. There are few (if any!) better places to see a variety of Up – ­and ­Coming and established bands. Once known as the Blue Room the venue has played host to a number of more rebellious acts including Victor Brox and, on February 15th 1952, licensing justices felt the need to ban an event featuring Alan Hare’s Blue Note Jazzmen, suggesting Gullivers has always gone against the grain!

                      You may be familiar with Gulliver’s Travels, a story in which our protagonist meets fascinating people in a curious and exciting land, yet always makes it back home (albeit in a slightly dishevelled state). This may sound familiar to those of you that have come to see us… For those that haven’t; sound like fun?

                      Honest, vibrant and unique, Gullivers is your new alternative in the Northern Quarter. No pretensions and no gimmicks, forget about tomorrow for now and come join us for the ride!

                      Venue contact details and info

                      Name: Gullivers

                      Phone: 01618192970

                      Venue short url: https://www.skiddle.com/venues/1284/

                      Type of venue: Live

                      Address: 109 Oldham Street, Manchester, M4 1LW

                      Website: https://gulliversnq.info

                      Capacity: 100

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