We have two events to look forward to in April. Our normal night falls on April 1st and is an Alert! LITE – so that means we ditch the dress code. If you have gear then please wear it but if not this event will give an opportunity for your friends who don’t have all the clobber to come along and sample our events.
But that is but an appetiser ahead of the big event at the end of the month, where Alert! forms the Saturday night main event as part of the Manchester Rubbermen weekend. There may be a very small number of places available on the door but that is likely to be only when a ticket-holder leaves and we can free up capacity. So you are best advised to get your tickets in advance from http://bit.ly/MRM8tkts
This will be a rubber event though so please wear at least something that is rubber as we have limited capacity and have to prioritise to people who come in rubber to support MRM8
At the moment the Phase2 team are waiting to hear back from the building owner to see if our offer has been accepted, but if not there is a plan B which is already under investigation.
If you want to know more, feel you can help with some of the practical tasks, know investors or can help in any way, please email us at email@example.com
Saturday March 4th 10pm - 4am
Saturday April 1st 10pm - 4am
Saturday April 22nd Manchester Rubbermen Weeekend 2017 10pm - 4am
Saturday May 6th Alert! LITE 10pm - 4am
(Dates may be subject to change)
LGBT Foundation Play Packs now available at Alert!
LGBT Foundation in partnership with MAC Aids Fund have developed ‘Play Packs’ for guys who are either hosting or engaging in group sex activities or chemsex.
We are delighted that we are now able to offer these to Alert! customers. We will have them avaialble at Reception for you to take away with you. We will need to ask you to give us some basic demographic details simply for to meet the funding criteria but the packs are free.
Pre- and post-Alert! parties
Remember that The Eagle, Company Bar and the Rem are great places forl pre- and post-Alert! drinks. They are open until late and are still within very easy walking distance of Alert! And of course there is The Eagle’s remounted Sunday Service which brings some great acts and entertainment to the city so why not come to Sunday Cellar and then head to The Eagle?
Phones and Photos
Please respect the privacy of others and keep your mobile phone in your bag or pocket. Nobody wants to hear your conversation and there may be people there who don’t want to appear in your selfie. If you need to take a call please do so in Reception or outside the building. Thanks
We’ve added some new photos from Alert! in our gallery section. This batch is from Manchester Rubbermen Weekend in April 2016.