Mr Scruff’s Keep It Unreal & So Flute NYE Party

  • Tuesday | 31.12.19
  • 10.00pm
  • Band on the Wall, Manchester
  • ADVANCE £22.50

Well, this is going to be fun. Uncle Scruff, jazzy upstarts So Flute & Grandad Kwasi combine for a NYE party over 2 rooms.

Picturehouse bar 8pm – late:
Adj, Baloo, Bolts, P-Ro & Werkha

Main room 10pm – 3.30am:
Mr. Scruff, Danuka, Yadava & Kwasi.

This event is inspired by, and is a fundraiser for our friend Jamie Rennie, and this will be his first night out since he was hospitalised with a serious illness in late July 2019.

We will also be donating 50% of the proceeds to the amazing Reach Out To The Community.

All artists are performing for free (well, for beer)
Ticketline & Skiddle have kindly reduced their booking fee to £1
Keith from Exposure is donating all poster print/distribution.

All very welcome, regardless of age, nationality, mobility, gender or sexuality. Regulars & first timers getting down together… mixed up music for a lovely mix of people!

Please don’t use phones on the dancefloor. The bar or balcony is a much better place for this.

Be nice to everyone. Tip the lovely bar staff. Say excuse me if you bump into someone.

We have reduced the capacity by 50 people to give more space to dance. Use this space to throw some extra special moves. Respect other people’s space. If someone’s making you feel uncomfortable in any way, please let Security or someone who’s working know. We will try our best to nip it in the bud.

We always hold back a few spaces on the door, so do come down early if you don’t have a ticket.

If you have a wheelchair, please let us know in advance (at least a week’s notice is ideal) & we will do our best to reduce the number of tickets on sale to give more room to manoeuvre. Please contact the BOTW operations team on 0161 830 3888 or email The same contact should be used if you need to bring a personal assistant.

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