As if Halloween wasn’t scary enough, Baked A La Ska take their bloodied chainsaw to your most loved spooky classics at Band on the Wall on 31st October.
Maximise your Halloween fun content with one of the country’s most entertaining live acts as they launch their new album Skalloween.
Fancy dress is enthusiastically encouraged for audience members.
Baked A La Ska are the “heavy heavy sound” of Manchester, a super charged 11-headed ska monster on a rampage through the dance floors of the UK leaving a trail of skanked out bodies in their wake.
It’s a band of assembled oddballs and pranksters brought together by keyboardist and wizard Mr John Ellis, fronted by an un-holy trio of singers: Frank “The Skank”, Tommy Robot and Kuntri Ranks, who combine with the soft lilt and harmonica magic of Robin Sunflower. Baked A La Ska also feature one of the tightest rhythm sections in Manchester with the “chops to make you drop”.
“UPBEAT ANTHEMS AND DANCEHALL SKANKING…WOULDN’T YOU JUST LOVE TO SEE THIS LOT LIVE?” The Sunday Times
“UTTERLY BONKERS BUT IRRESISTABLE” Manchester Evening News
This is a standing show.
FOOD AND DRINK
Open from 5pm on gig nights, our bar is the perfect pre-show meeting place. Every gig night we serve up a range of freshly-prepared pizza, bar snacks, over 50 speciality gins with paired tonic waters, beers, wines, fine spirits and more.
Get down early and sample our delicious food and renowned gin menu.
Sun-Fri 5-7pm / Sat 12pm-7pm
Pint Carlsberg Pilsner £3
Bottle House Wine £12
Two Cocktails £12
House doubles £5
Pizza & Pint/Soft Drink £9
Two Pizzas & Bottle House Wine £20
More info: https://bandonthewall.org/food-drink/
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