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Nice Time Club MCR presents…Efialtis & L.Cat. A Fundraiser Gig.

18th November 2017 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Nice Time Club proudly presents an evening of top flight DIY music action in aid of Manchester Carers Centre.

EFIALTIS – https://efialtis.bandcamp.com/
Supergroup featuring members of GOOD THROB, SARCASM, DREGS and BODY BUTTER. EFIALTIS play stripped down, high-energy punk with thrilling Greek vocals, a dollop of exhilarating ’80s riffs and catchy songwriting. Fresh from this year’s sold out Static Shock Weekend, this is a very rare chance to see these legends in Manchester. One that’s unlikely to be repeated any time soon.

L. CAT – https://soundcloud.com/lc4t
L CAT is the stage name of Elena Cau. This wonderful Manchester musician uses her shimmering voice, electric guitar, looping and keyboards to create thoughtful sensitive songs that will move you in delightful and unexpected ways.

Cat Apostrophe – http://catapostrophe.bandcamp.com/
Crossing the Pennines to be here, delicious indie pop from Leeds that’ll leaving you glowing like a roast dinner.

PLUS!!! Pen Fight Distro will be offering a choice selection of self-published zines, badges, prints, and other nice things.http://penfightdistro.com/

Tickets are £6 in advance / £8 on the door

PLEASE NOTE: If you’re an unpaid carer and would like to attend (or know someone who is and would like to come) email: nicetimeclubmcr@gmail.com with ‘Guestlist’ in the subject line for free entry to the gig. All emails will be treated in the strictest confidence.


ABOUT MANCHESTER CARERS CENTRE – www.manchestercarers.org.uk
There are around 7 million unpaid carers in the UK and this number is rising. 3 in 5 of us will become one at some point. 58% of them are women but carers come from all backgrounds. All too often Carers lives are frequently blighted by money worries, debt, mental health issues and social exclusion. Being a carer has its rewarding moments but can push careers, friendships and relationships to breaking point. The effects of which can last a lifetime.

Set up in 1997, Manchester Carers Centre provides: free, confidential, information, advice, practical and emotional support for the city’s 60,000 unpaid carers. As well as opportunities for training, skills, respite breaks and activities. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to support the vital work they do.


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