It isn’t a secret that come Friday, the place to be is Brasserie Abode. If you are after some excellent cocktails, some delicious Anglo-French food and some banging tunes to wash it all down you shouldn’t look further than here.
The event has free entry, but if I was you I would book yourself a table so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the show. Luckily, Brasserie Abode offers some fantastic dining packages that start at just £15 per person.
You can even enjoy a free bottle of bubbles for a table of four or more- so there really isn’t any excuse for you not to be there!
Here are the act listings for February:
Friday 1st February
Mica’s powerful and emotive performances have quickly established her as one of the North West’s most revered, up and coming female artists. Her shows bring together a soulful sixpence line up of musicians with gospel-inspired harmonies and vocals that have been compared to the likes of Etta James, Janice Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and Aretha Franklin.
The Untold Orchestra
Friday 8th February
Formed in 2017, the Untold Orchestra are a Manchester based session orchestra bringing local musicians’ music to life with high-quality recordings.
Friday 15th February
Olly Flavell is an innovative singer-songwriter whose originality captivates with ease. With wisdom beyond his years and a youthful flair, carefully crafted material naturally flows from within, making him stand out from the crowd. In combining influences from the realms of pop and rock, Olly creates an unseen contemporary sound with nuances of classic melodies and traditional lyricism.
Friday 22nd February
Skeltr is an electrifying new duo in which roaring sax lines soar above drum patterns, electronic soundscapes and samples, manipulated live in the moment creating a striking, expansive sound with a buzzing energy at its core.
Live Music Fridays at Brasserie Abode
Venue: Brasserie Abode
Date: Every Friday
Time: From 7pm
Cost: £25 (two course dinner) // £10 bar spend
Brasserie Abode, 107 Piccadilly, Manchester M1 2DB
0161 200 5665