Ever fancied disco dancing in a 1950s-style diner like John Travolta and Uma Thurman? Nowâ€™s your chance to do it with an El Diabloâ€™s twist.
Pin-Up is a brand new 1950s-themed pop-up venue launching in Spinningfields on 16th September. It features four full-size ten pin bowling lanes, an American diner, a cocktail bar and a dancefloor with an eclectic genre-smashing music policy.
To celebrate the arrival of this unique new party palace, El Diabloâ€™s have teamed up with legendary DJ historian and Lowlifer Bill Brewster for a one-off night of psychedelic disco-diner euphoria. Score a fast-eight, talk some jive, fill up with a mammoth burger and then work it all off to the sounds of two of the disco sceneâ€™s most treasured spinners.
And as it that wasnâ€™t enough excitement for one night, we also have a live screen-printing session courtesy of the â€˜Flood Itâ€™ artists from Waste Studio. Five top-notch illustrators will produce an exclusive screen-printed poster to commemorate the night, plus t-shirts and tote-bags to boot. All you have to do is bring down your own garment to get it printed.
All for a fiver â€“ no tickets, just turn up! Easy, really.
Donâ€™t miss out, Pin-Up leaves Manchester on November 6th.