Following on from appearances by names as diverse as Maxine Peake, Irvine Welsh, Vicky McClure, John Simm, Jerry Dammers and even our very own mayor of Manchester, Andy Burnham, One Deck has returned triumphantly to Electrik.
This Wednesday 10th August, British broadcaster, journalist and author Terry Christian is set to hit the decks. From ‘The Word’ to ‘It’s My Life’, to spinning vinyl at Electrik, Terry will be at the much-loved music bar, playing his own collection of vinyl.
Those who are familiar with the magic of the One Deck concept will know it’s no mixing, headphones, scratching or beat juggling. It’s strictly about the music.
As an independent café bar, Electrik is nestled in suburban Chorlton, offering high-quality food, drink and service in intimate, down-to-earth surroundings. With an impressive selection of beers and ales from across the globe on draught, cask-in bottles and in cans, there’s also an extensive wine list, a perfectly formed spirit selection, plus an ever-changing cocktail menu.
The food menu is headed up by Four Side Vegan Pizza and their mouth-watering take on a classic Detroit-style pizza, with sides to match.
Terry will be spinning vinyl from 7.30pm on Wednesday 10th August. Electrik is a dog-friendly venue and entry to One Deck is free.