Cirque nightclub opens in Manchester

Cirque Manchester

Cream Group, the operator behind renowned London nightclub Cirque Le Soir, has opened a new venue in Manchester.

Aptly named Cirque, the club, which is located on Manchester’s Queen Street, features risqué and exhilarating performers, star guests and funfair interiors.

Operations director John Common said: “We’ve been planning to open our new concept, Cirque, for some time now. Manchester is a truly amazing city with buzzing nightlife. It’s the perfect fit for our brand and culture, so when we found the perfect space, we decided to bring the circus to town.

“The new club is a take on our London venue, with circus-style performances and a truly immersive nightclub experience. It’s crazy, it’s exhilarating, it’s a different world, it’s like nothing else out there.”

In London, Cirque Le Soir has become known for live performances from Future, French Montana, Post Malone, Sean Paul, Migos, Tyga, ASAP Rocky and Steflon Don, to name but a few, while VIP guests have included the likes of Rihanna, Drake, The Weeknd, Idris Elba, Stormzy, Neymar and Kendall Jenner.

John added: “Our crazy shows will change night on night, offering our clientele performances of constant variety and true originality. We’re often imitated but never bettered.

“Our diverse performers are of international acclaim and are on-hand to shock, enthral and mesmerise our audience. We will offer Manchester a nightclub experience they never thought possible.”

International expansion of the brand in 2019 will see new Cirque venues in Barcelona, Spain and Mykonos, Greece.

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