Pin-up, a 1950s themed pop-up venue featuring four full sized ten pin bowling lanes, American diner, cocktail bar and dancefloor with genre-smashing music policy, launches at Manchester’s vibrant Spinningfields district next month.
The world’s first fully pop-up boutique bowling alley promises a whole host of exciting entertainment, from bowling and music to magicians, dancers, themed nights and regular collaborations with local promoters.
Some of the UK’s most inspiring DJs will also be dropping in to play the 400 capacity temporary space and original Pin-up residents will be on hand throughout to ensure the music flows as easily as the cocktails.
Launching with an exclusive invite-only event on Thursday September 15, with Norman Jay heading musical proceedings, Pin-up enthusiasts can get their hands on special tickets via Facebook and Twitter.
Friday September 16 kicks off with Hot Chip’s Alexis Taylor, while Manchester’s own El Diablo’s Social Club hosts the Saturday night with special guest Bill Brewster of Low Life and DJ History fame and Sunday showcases a takeover by one of Manchester’s premier nights, Bitch.