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The return of Morning Glory

The return of Morning Glory

A night out in The Village has changed over the years. In the 80s the bars stopped serving alcohol at 11 so everyone moved on to the clubs that were open til 2am and then everyone went home - 2019 people are only just hitting the bars at those time !

Late clubbing has never been so sexy and one of the original and some would say, best “after hours” brands is the legendary MORNIN GLORY. 

Part of Take That creator Nigel Martin Smith’s Essential/Queer empire that were THE places to be seen between 2000 and 2010 - Morning Glory was spread across two floors playing bouncy/hard house to those with fire in their belly and uplifting vocal house for those who wanted to chill and chat with friends.

The forthcoming ESSENTIAL reunion at Albert Hall on Easter Sunday 2020 paved the way for the unexpected return of Mornin Glory. Tickets for the event sold out in weeks and the demand for a MORNIN GLORY after party grew so loud that it simply couldn’t be ignored.

MORNIN GLORY will take place across the road from Albert Hall at Theatre Impossible, Peter Street, Manchester. This is a ticket only event. DJs to include Aphrodite, Scott Walker, Alan Stevens, Joshua Cole, Alistair Millet and Nigel Harrison. tickets via the link below

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Published: 11-Jan-2020

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