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The Tiger Lounge November 13, 2006

Filed under: Bar Reviews - T — manchesterbars @ 4:33 pm

The Tiger LoungeThe Tiger Lounge 5 Cooper Street, Manchester, M2 2FW map

  • Tiger Lounge started out as a club night for those people that wanted to get away from the mainstream nights offered by most Manchester venues. It moved around the city a lot before finally finding a home in this basement bar near St Peters Square (formerly occupied by Slice and in the 70’s, Oscars). During the week The Tiger Lounge is a meeting ground for friends, playing alternative, kitschy music – everything from 60’s French pop to country and western! They play classic and rare movies and also offer food during the day. They regularly have theme nights and live music, which, together with FAB Cafe and Satan’s Hollow (from the same people), makes this a truely wonderful contribution to Manchester’s nightlife.
  • Disco (alternative and kitsch)
  • Food
  • Live Music

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3 Responses to “The Tiger Lounge”

  1. John Gaskell Says:

    Hello, I play in a rock cover band called Union of the rose, i seen your website on the manchester bars website and seen that you have live music on and wondered if you would be interested in letting us play, on our website we have some old videos and demos etc although the band line-up has changed since when the demos and videos were recorded, we are currently recording some new demos and will be able to hand them out very soon, if you are interested could you please contact me either as a reply to this email or by telephone that would be fantastic

    Thankyou

  2. Ricko W Says:

    During the week The Tiger Lounge is a meeting ground for friends, playing alternative, kitschy music – everything from 60′s French pop to country and western! They play classic and rare movies and also offer food during the day. They regularly have theme nights and live music, which, together with FAB Cafe and Satan’s Hollow (from the same people), makes this a truely wonderful contribution to Manchester’s nightlife.

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