We regularly host gigs, exhibitions and events.
We have also got a Film Night on the second Thursday in the month at 7pm with the possibility to discuss or reflect about the film afterwards. Admission is free!
Thursday 6th December: Swimming with Men
Swimming with Men is 2018’s answer to The Full Monty, with middle-aged men regaining their masculinity by engaging in something considered very unmasculine, in this case, synchronised swimming. Rob Brydon’s Eric is an accountant, with a nice house and a nice family but he feels unhappy in his life. After accusing his wife of having an affair, he abandons his home and marriage, holing up in a hotel where his only remaining pleasure in life proves to be his daily swimming.
Thursday 29th November 2018 7pm
Ambient Church with Ben Vince (Cong Burn label showcase)
Ohr, in their first outing are teaming up with Manchester based label Cong Burn and putting together ambient gatherings at Sacred Trinity Church featuring experimental saxophonist Ben Vince.
Ben Vince has a knack for gliding effortlessly through genres on his newest album ‘Assimilation’ – from free jazz, through glutting noise to ambient techno. He is a flower of many in the blooming ambient scene and whilst he nods to masters such as Jon Hassell he has a sound that is distinctly his own.
Cong Burn are a young label with experimental electronica running through their veins. Support comes as a showcase of their talents featuring ‘Carlos’, ‘A New Line (Related)’ and ‘Anxiety Support Group’ with Howes and Haddon DJ’s in between acts.
Tickets priced £8 are available at: Tickets :
Friday 7th December 7pm
Luke Sital-Singh // Live at Sacred Trinity
We are pleased to announce that Luke Sital-Singh is returning for another concert at our beloved church. This concert promises to be a wonderful evening of acoustic, meaningful soulful music.
Tickets are selling fast you can get yours priced £16.50 at: https://www.alttickets.com/luke-sital-singh-tickets/manchester-sacred-trinity-church/2018-12-07-19-00