A popular Manchester band is returning to the stage for a performance which will be raising funds for a Tameside theatre.
On Friday 26 February, Proletariat will take to the stage 'Live at The Festival Theatre', with the performance being broadcast in association with Guesthouse.
For every £7 ticket sold, £1 will be donated directly to Hyde Festival Theatre.
Like many theatres across the country, the Corporation Street venue has been adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic and is in desperate need of financial support.
The performance - which will be Proletariat's first in over two years - starts at 8pm on the night and you will be able to enjoy it virtually.
Tickets can be purchased here: https://guesthouselive.co.uk/upcoming_shows_more?id=44.
Hailing from Manchester, Proletariat - which formed in 2016 - describe themselves as "a band that encapsulates the legendary creativity of the city and more".
Tickets for our ‘Live at the Festival Theatre’ show are on sale now.— Proletariat (@ProletariatUK) February 9, 2021
Grab yourself a ticket via the link below and join us for our return to the stage on Friday February 26th, it’s been a long time coming, and it will be one to remember. https://t.co/dBeZrPdqHX pic.twitter.com/byvCa3Yz3p