The Deaf Institute has long been one of Manchester’s most cherished venues, frequently seeing off big names on the national and international scene in their picturesque music hall. Looking over the next few months, here are ten shows you can look forward to at the Grosvenor Street venue across Spring.

15th March // Desperate Journalist

// London-based post-punk outfit Desperate Journalist head out on a short run of the UK supporting the upcoming release of third album ‘In Search of the Miraculous’. Tickets are £11.

5th April // Noble Jacks

// Expect “Rip roaring alt-rock” from Sussex quartet Noble Jacks, embarking on their biggest ever UK headline tour with second album ‘Stay Awake’ on the horizon. Tickets are £11.

9th April // Luke Sital-Singh

// Fresh from a recent appearance at Salford’s Sacred Trinity Church, British singer-songwriter and BBC Sound Of 2014 long-lister Luke Sital-Singh drops into Deaf having unveiled details for third album ‘A Golden State’. Tickets on sale here for £15.

16 April // Alice Phoebe Lou

// Berlin-based Alice Phoebe Lou backs up the release of new album ‘Paper Castles’ – 8th March – with a night in Manchester on her latest tour. Tickets on sale now for £13.50.

20th April // Narrow Margin

// Budding Hyde five-piece Narrow Margin return for their second headline show in the city, quickly finding a dedicated local fan base with their energetic and anthem indie. Tickets are just £7.

25th April // Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation

// Making their debut with the Swedish Grammy-nominated 2014 EP Diamond Waves, just five years later the five-piece have quickly made a name for themselves on the psych scene. The enigmatic outfit are about to head back out on the road offering listeners a finely tuned alternative reality. Tickets are on sale now for £12.

10th May // Oh My God! It’s The Church

// All singing, all dancing party-starters Oh My God! It’s The Church have found a huge following on the festival circuit. We’re told to expect “Confessin, blessin, and undressin”. Rejoice! Tickets are £12.

14th May // William Fitzsimmons

// Nashville’s acoustic finger-picking whizz William Fitzsimmons is set to entertain a packed Deaf Institute crowd on a transatlantic tour supporting his 2018 release ‘Mission Bell’. Tickets are on sale now for £18.

21st May // Matthew And The Atlas

// Tuesday 21st sees the visit of Matthew & The Atlas, stopping off at Deaf touring his forthcoming record ‘Morning Dancer’, a collection of tender folk-rock productions awash with reflective charm. Tickets are £12.50.

25th May // Ex Hex

// US power trio visit Manchester with sophomore album ‘It’s Real’ still fresh on the shelves, offering “unfettered brand of rock and riffage” to their loving fans. Tickets are £12.

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Tickets for all shows are available here.

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