Pin Up Final Week

Pin Up's final week! Here is a rundown of the events not to be missed.

By Matthew Tyas | Last updated 10 November 2011

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As Pin uP enters it’s final week in Manchester’s Spinning fields, here is a rundown of their final events not to be missed!

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Carl Sukonik, The Vain Photography

Friday, November 4: The Whim Wham Club Celebrates Half A Decade of Decadence.

A unique night of cabaret, performance and dancing music from the 1950’s. With intriguing performers and, music acts to create a wonderful experience for the guests. The Whim Wham Club is 5 years old and we’ll be celebrating 5 years of decadence in 1950’s style at Pin-up.
With a special 1950’s themed set from our old time, Whim Wham Club house band The Hatstand Medicine Band, as well as Lauralei Lou singing songs from the fifties and Mr Nighwalker and Dr Sid play music for jiving to.
£5 entrance.

Saturday, November 5: Our second Back To The Future party

Following on from the huge success of our first event we return with another bigger and better event: The Enchantment Under The Sea Dance.
The Delorian will return and be parked outside (photo attached)
We have live music from The Suns ( )
DJ duo Denim Dreams will be playing 80’s and 50’s classic tunes to keep the dance floor packed.
Prizes for the best dressed: It’s the dance from the end of the movie so think prom dresses, tuxedos, fifties threads, 80’s get up etc.
Free entry. 8 – 2am

Sunday – our final day. Gutterball Glitterball Alldayer. 11 am – midnight
We are inviting back all the fantastic DJs who have made Pin-up so much fun over the last 8 weeks and having a party to remember.
DJs: –
Dr Syd
El Diablo’s Social Club
Poor Boy Paul
Sideburn Steve
and of course the Pin-up residents, Denim Dreams and Conal Taylor.
Expect more extras like pop up barbers, hula hoop girls, classic cars and bikes, a Pin-up photo booth, make-up artists, cupcakes, Burlesque dancers and general merriment. Cocktail offers all weekend.


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