IF your weekday diary is looking a little dull, get yourself to September's Lunch Beat disco at Black Dog Ballroom in the Northern Quarter. It's happening this Thursday, 27 September, from 1pm-2pm.
It's a disco with food in your lunch hour. And a brilliant way to de-stress, re-energise yourself, and have a laugh. Dancing in the daytime might seem odd at first but you'll soon get into it. And you'll be given a healthy wrap and a bottle of water to fuel you up.
Past DJs have included Hacienda legend Graeme Park and Shameless actor Ciaran Griffiths. This month they've been holding a competition to be the DJ – go along to see whose mix impressed the judges.
The Lunch Beat movement originated in Stockholm and the first Manchester Lunch Beat took place in May.
Tickets usually cost £8, but Confidential readers can pick them up for just £5. Each ticket includes a light healthy lunch and free bottled water is provided throughout.
Lunch Beat Manchester will take place at Black Dog Ballroom, on the corner of Tib Street and Church Street, between 1-2pm on Thursday 27 September.
For more info, find Lunch Beat in the usual places Twitter and Facebook.
To get your £5 ticket, click here. Please use the discount code MC27.
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