A little bit of culture can soothe a work-weary soul. Come join us for an inspirational evening at Albert Hall for an outstanding performance of Brutus Gold's Love Train.
This is a great way to meet new people in Manchester in a friendly and relaxed environment. Be the first to see the finest performances with a warm friendly welcome from fellow members.
Here at Social Circle, we take care of organising the tickets so you are sat with a great view and in good company. All you have to do is turn up and order your drinks.
Tonight for FREE we are seeing Brutus Golds Love Train at The Albert Hall.
Lock up your daughters, lock up your mothers, lock up your self-tan spray and lock up your cheap cologne for the return of Brutus Gold and his Love Train which steams into Albert Hall for a night thick and heavy 1970s grooves.
Self-identifying as Puerto Rican’s Love God, Brutus Gold has spent the past 30 years laying down with the best 70s music and breaking disco hearts at all the renowned festivals and mega parties across the globe. This special Manchester appearance promises to be a no holds barred immersive party complete with an all-star cast of crazy and shady characters, flamboyant dancers, disco divas and the best music from the grooviest Decade.
Joining the Disco King will be the fabulously outrageous Chad Valley, Disco Dick, Tony Martini, Willis Hardy Freeman, Kay Tel, Angel De Lyte, Chase Goodman, Camp David, Ron Co, Carlito and Patric Duvet to make it a night to remember with their interactive extravaganza which has the power to make the hardest audience don a wig and do the hustle. He’s even seduced clubbing heroes Jamie Bull (Homoelectric) and DJ Paulette into flexing their disco muscles as party support.
Get raiding the charity shops and pull together your most outrageous 70s costume and step inside aboard the Brutus Gold Love Train, it’s gonna be one helluva smooth ride. Peep Peep!
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What our members say.
I really enjoy theatre and especially musicals but often my friends are not interested. It was great to finally find people who not only didn’t mind me singing along to Rock of Ages, but joined in with me! Paulette.
Thank you for arranging for us to see The Play that Goes Wrong. My sides still hurt from laughing. Great company and host, as always. William.