Dinner Dance MCR - Saturdays July 12th, 26th, Aug 9th - Somewhere in Manchester


Dinner Dance is the perfect Saturday night out. Great food, tasty drinks, meeting new people, making new friends, going somewhere new, DJs spinning great tunes and a late-but-not-too-late night of fun and games.


If you couldn't make it along to one of the Dinner Club MCR dates last year, then this is your chance to come and see what Disappearing Dining Club is all about. We throw dinner parties, and believe that the food on the plate, the drink in the glass, the music you are hearing and the people you are with is what makes for a quality night out.


If you think the test of quality is in a starched napkin, the attitude of the somelier and the amount of different ingredients on a plate, then this probably for you.


DDC believe in quality, seasonal ingredients, proper cooking and serve elegant, but unfussy dishes for people to enjoy.  It's not about showy, it's about tasty. Dishes are served to share, and guests sit alongside people they don't know, family style.


If you can't make it for dinner, you're always welcome to join the dance afterwards. Doors reopen at 10pm for the late night party, with the DDC cocktail bar kicking out proper drinks until 3am.


DJs over the three dates include DDC MCR resident Danny Whitehead (Mambo Ibiza) and special guests including Luke Unabomber, Eclectic Circus (Adrian Luvdup & Paul Hughes), EDIT, and Scott Martin (We Love Space) and other guests TBA.  DJs play throughout dinner and into the night, with a brief to play whatever they like, so expect rare, old, forgotten disco, electronica, Balearic and house gems.  


Dinner Dance MCR is £56 and includes a welcome cocktail, five course dinner, late night party and a £1 donation to Teenage Cancer Trust. Dance Only tickets are £11 include a welcome cocktail and £1 donation. They cater for all dietary requirements, just follow the instructions they send you after you book your ticket. Venue address will be announced a week before the dinner.