The Rundown With Skiddle


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A weekly look at the best events, gigs, club nights and more across Manchester, along with some of the biggest interviews and competitions.

We’ve teamed up with Skiddle, our official ticketing partner, to provide a comprehensive look at the week’s events. For more gigs, events, festivals, guides and more, go to skiddle.com/manchester.

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Episodes


Episode 18 – 19th June 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to one of the most renowned festival bands of all time Dub Pistols about everything BeatHerder and Sunday Best Records. Plus, we chat to Peter McMichaels from the widely anticipated 27 production coming to Manchester and let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week.

For the most comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, go to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 17 – 12th June 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to one of Manchester’s most exciting new musical exports, Shunya about life in Limerick and learning to play the violin. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including False Advertising, Mouses and Sweet Baboo.

For the most comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, go to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 16 – 5th June 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to one of Canada’s most renowned singer/songwriters Hannah Georgas. Plus we chat to Greg Esplin, who plays Tommy in the stage version of Trainspotting starting this week at the Lowry and also news on the relaunch of GRUB at the Mayfield Depot this weekend.

For the most comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, go to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 15– 29th May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Andy Smith and Emma Zillmann from Bluedot Festival about curating the festival and what we can expect this year. Plus the events of the week across Manchester including political farce Out of Order with Shaun Williamson at the Opera House and more.

For the most comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, go to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 14– 22nd May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Metronomy frontman Joseph Mount about everything parenthood and the concepts of the band and director Jeff James, the man behind the newest adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion at The Royal Exchange. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, JUDAS and Perca Party.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 13 – 15th May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Theme Park about their new album after their four year break and comedians Jack Rooke and Kieran Hurley. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including Kane Strang, Vök and Skiddle’s 16th birthday.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 12 – 8th May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Carl Lavia from Sketch In The City about his drawing of Manchester from memory and combatting Guillain–Barré syndrome. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including BETSY, Clean Cut Kid and The Moss Side Food Festival.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 11 – 1st May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Haus about touring and being lined up to open the second stage at Reading and Leeds. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including indieflicks, Rat Boy and Will Joseph Cook.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 10 – 24th April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Pumarosa about their upcoming album and tour with Glass Animals. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including HOME’s House of Ghetto: Black Pride art installation and the new SBC Theatre Company production, The Nest.


Episode 9 – 17th April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, C Duncan plays one of his tracks live in the studio and chats to us about supporting Elbow on tour. Plus the best gigs and events of the week including Pumarosa and the Manchester Brewery Tour.


Episode 8 – 10th April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Temples on their latest tour about their new music and life on the road. Plus we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this Easter week including wreath making at Oklahoma in the NQ and The Big Moon at FOPP.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 7 – 3rd April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we speak to Superfood about their new music and sound and recording their upcoming album in their flat. Plus all the gigs and events you need to know about this week.


Episode 6 – 27th March 2017

In this week’s episode of The Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Pale Waves about all things conceptual ahead of their support slot for label-mates The 1975. We also dissect the upcoming Northern Vegan Festival and give you an insight to all the gigs, events and more that you need to know about.


Episode 5 – 20th March 2017

In this week’s episode of The Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to the guys behind the Sounds From The Other City festival about its history and what to expect from next month’s offering. We also chat to one of the cast of The Woman in Black, coming this week to The Lowry in Salford. Plus all the gigs, events and more that you need to know about. For tickets to the Sounds From The Other City festival, click here.


Episode 4 – 13th March 2017

On this week’s show we introduce our upcoming artist showcase with I’ve. Plus we chat to one of the guys behind the weekly street food and craft beer fair, Grub MCR. Plus find out how to win Superfood tickets.


Episode 3 – 6th March 2017

On this week’s Rundown Podcast with Skiddle, we chat to Duncan Wallis from Dutch Uncles on their album, tour and the Manchester music scene. We also talk to Sick Festival that combines mental health and the arts. Plus win two tickets to Superfood at Sound Control this month.


Episode 2 – 27th February 2017

On this week’s Rundown Podcast with Skiddle, we chat to Izzy Bizu on her tour about life on the road and her album, plus information on a fascinating new art exhibition from a brother and sister duo at Salford Art Gallery. We also speak to the guys behind Manchester International Film Festival about the programme and we give away to two passes to the 4 day event.


Episode 1 – 20th February 2017

The Rundown with Skiddle is your comprehensive guide to all the best events, gigs and nights in Manchester, as well as the biggest interviews and competitions.

In this first episode we chat to Sigala about his tour and new music, we run through the best events of the week AND you can win a pair of tickets to the SOLD OUT Glass Animals gig at Albert Hall. For all the details listen to The Rundown with Skiddle.




Episodes


Episode 17 – 12th June 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to one of Manchester’s most exciting new musical exports, Shunya about life in Limerick and learning to play the violin. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including False Advertising, Mouses and Sweet Baboo.


Episode 16 – 5th June 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to one of Canada’s most renowned singer/songwriters Hannah Georgas. Plus we chat to Greg Esplin, who plays Tommy in the stage version of Trainspotting starting this week at the Lowry and also news on the relaunch of GRUB at the Mayfield Depot this weekend.

For the most comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, go to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 15– 29th May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Andy Smith and Emma Zillmann from Bluedot Festival about curating the festival and what we can expect this year. Plus the events of the week across Manchester including political farce Out of Order with Shaun Williamson at the Opera House and more.

For the most comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, go to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 14– 22nd May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Metronomy frontman Joseph Mount about everything parenthood and the concepts of the band and director Jeff James, the man behind the newest adaptation of Jane Austen’s Persuasion at The Royal Exchange. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, JUDAS and Perca Party.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 13 – 15th May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Theme Park about their new album after their four year break and comedians Jack Rooke and Kieran Hurley. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including Kane Strang, Vök and Skiddle’s 16th birthday.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 12 – 8th May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Carl Lavia from Sketch In The City about his drawing of Manchester from memory and combatting Guillain–Barré syndrome. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including BETSY, Clean Cut Kid and The Moss Side Food Festival.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 11 – 1st May 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Haus about touring and being lined up to open the second stage at Reading and Leeds. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including indieflicks, Rat Boy and Will Joseph Cook.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 10 – 24th April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Pumarosa about their upcoming album and tour with Glass Animals. Plus, we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this week including HOME’s House of Ghetto: Black Pride art installation and the new SBC Theatre Company production, The Nest.


Episode 9 – 17th April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, C Duncan plays one of his tracks live in the studio and chats to us about supporting Elbow on tour. Plus the best gigs and events of the week including Pumarosa and the Manchester Brewery Tour.


Episode 8 – 10th April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Temples on their latest tour about their new music and life on the road. Plus we let you know what gigs and events you need to be going to this Easter week including wreath making at Oklahoma in the NQ and The Big Moon at FOPP.

For the comprehensive guide to what’s going on in Manchester, make sure you head to skiddle.com/manchester


Episode 7 – 3rd April 2017

On this week’s Rundown with Skiddle, we speak to Superfood about their new music and sound and recording their upcoming album in their flat. Plus all the gigs and events you need to know about this week.


Episode 6 – 27th March 2017

In this week’s episode of The Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to Pale Waves about all things conceptual ahead of their support slot for label-mates The 1975. We also dissect the upcoming Northern Vegan Festival and give you an insight to all the gigs, events and more that you need to know about.


Episode 5 – 20th March 2017

In this week’s episode of The Rundown with Skiddle, we chat to the guys behind the Sounds From The Other City festival about its history and what to expect from next month’s offering. We also chat to one of the cast of The Woman in Black, coming this week to The Lowry in Salford. Plus all the gigs, events and more that you need to know about. For tickets to the Sounds From The Other City festival, click here.


Episode 4 – 13th March 2017

On this week’s show we introduce our upcoming artist showcase with I’ve. Plus we chat to one of the guys behind the weekly street food and craft beer fair, Grub MCR. Plus find out how to win Superfood tickets.


Episode 3 – 6th March 2017

On this week’s Rundown Podcast with Skiddle, we chat to Duncan Wallis from Dutch Uncles on their album, tour and the Manchester music scene. We also talk to Sick Festival that combines mental health and the arts. Plus win two tickets to Superfood at Sound Control this month.


Episode 2 – 27th February 2017

On this week’s Rundown Podcast with Skiddle, we chat to Izzy Bizu on her tour about life on the road and her album, plus information on a fascinating new art exhibition from a brother and sister duo at Salford Art Gallery. We also speak to the guys behind Manchester International Film Festival about the programme and we give away to two passes to the 4 day event.


Episode 1 – 20th February 2017

The Rundown with Skiddle is your comprehensive guide to all the best events, gigs and nights in Manchester, as well as the biggest interviews and competitions.

In this first episode we chat to Sigala about his tour and new music, we run through the best events of the week AND you can win a pair of tickets to the SOLD OUT Glass Animals gig at Albert Hall. For all the details listen to The Rundown with Skiddle.