Quiet Night Out

by Tom Kerswill on October 10th, 2005
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(update, June 2009: Quiet Night Out was a really great regular night at Fuel Cafe, Withington. It then moved to the Bay Horse for quite a while. Sadly, it’s not really happening any more, though I think Paul, the organiser, is still around and doing various music things in Manchester.)

Here’s my original post from 2005….

Just stumbled on a great little night at Fuel in Withington. Called “Quiet Night Out”, it features several accousticcy acts, most playing without any amplification at all. We got there a little bit late, but managed to see Liam Frost – playing an enthralling mix of good original tunes and loud, clear vocals – followed by “Ben” who plays electric guitar and does very interesting things with loops… It was a good night.

… And also really the stuff of legends. The guests are given milk and cookies – and crayons with which to sketch thoughts and images. It was busy in there – some people couldn’t even get in for Liam’s set – but a great atmosphere and well worth it.

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  • Chris

    Haha I was there that night; he’s done quite well for himself since then!

  • Tom

    Yeah – certainly has! That’s the good thing about keeping a blog like this… all the random bars that had people playing in them who have gone onto bigger things…

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