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Victoria Baths Presents… She Drew The Gun

April 20 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Victoria Baths Presents… brings music and art together under the beautiful evening glow of Victoria Baths.

For the return of Victoria Baths Presents following 2023s debut event, we are thrilled to be joined by the electric She Drew The Gun.

She Drew The Gun is fronted by Wirral-born songwriter Louisa Roach, who draws acclaim for both her music and the spirit of rebellion carried through songs that rally against injustice and take you beyond fuzzy psych-pop.  Louisa began by playing solo gigs around Liverpool and quickly caught the attention of The Coral’s James Skelly who she began working with her on her debut album, recruiting band members along the way. Winners of the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition (2016), BBC Radio 6 Music top ten album (2018), multiple UK tours and three albums with singles consistently play listed by BBC6 Music are all part of She Drew The Gun’s back story. Bringing main stage performance experience from Glastonbury and Blue Dot to the intimate setting of Victoria Baths, making this a must-see gig!

Plus, support from The Redroom – the latest musical powerhouse from the North, fusing elements of alt-indie, blues, jazz, and psychedelic rock.

And a special performance from the wonderful SHE Choir MCR.


Explore the beautiful Victoria Baths as it is transformed into a cultural hub – full of live music, art exhibitions and a fantastic array of food and drink to enjoy.

With some of Manchester’s best street food traders, the Victoria Baths Bar, and exhibitions from artists across the Baths, ‘Victoria Baths Presents…’ is a celebration of the best of Manchester’s creative community!

All ticket and bar sales support the work of the Victoria Baths Trust, the evening promises to be a gig that gives back and gets your foot tapping and soul smiling.


Victoria Baths Presents… She Drew The Gun

7pm – 11pm

  • Doors open at 7pm
  • Art Exhibitions can be found in the Pool Halls and across the Baths, open with the Doors
  • Street Food available from 7-9.30pm
  • Drinks available throughout

Guests are free to explore exhibitions and the building across the evening, and with an array of tasty street food on offer, and our Victoria Baths Bar providing a wide range of alcoholic and soft drinks, this is a night not to be missed!

Dress warmly – we don’t have any heating (yet).



Victoria Baths Presents… Admission £20 (booking fee not included)

Fancy joining us all-day-all-night? Separate tickets for SpringFest Day will be available soon!



Victoria Baths Trust is a registered charity (number 1026351) and relies on the support of the public to continue its work to preserve the building.

© Chris Payne Images VB Presents… 2023 Rioghnach Connolly and Honeyfeet


  • How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Ring Victoria Baths on 0161 224 2020 during office hours (Monday – Friday, 9:30am – 5pm) or email enquiries@victoriabaths.org.uk

  • What’s the refund policy?

Tickets can be refunded in full up to 72 hours before the event – please request via TicketSource.

  • Do I have to bring my ticket(s) to the event?

Yes please, you will be asked to show your ticket(s) at the Welcome Desk – either on a mobile phone or a printout is fine.

  • Do I have to buy an online ticket?

Tickets for Victoria Baths Presents Ríoghnach Connolly and Honeyfeet are available online only.

  • Is it OK if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

If this is the case, please contact us in advance of the event. We may not be able to accept tickets with unmatched ID to avoid duplication. Email community@victoriabaths.org,uk or call 0161 224 2020

  • Why do you ask for donations?

Victoria Baths Trust is a registered charity and does not receive any core funding from the government. We therefore depend heavily upon donations to carry out our work.

We are enormously grateful for every donation received, regardless of value. Each person who supports the Trust becomes part of our unique history and, more importantly, our future.

  • Is Victoria Baths accessible?

There is an access ramp at the main entrance and an accessible toilet and baby change facilities. The ground floor is completely accessible, including the evening performance space. Currently we do not have 1st floor lift access. If you need help during your visit, please speak to the staff or a volunteer, who all wear name badges. Blue Badge holders can park directly in front of the building.

  • Are children welcome at this event?

Victoria Baths Presents… She Drew The Gun is an 18+ only event

If you are looking for fun with your younger crew the SpringFest daytime event is family-friendly and suitable for all ages. Tickets will be available mid-March from victoriabaths.org.uk/events

  • Can I take photographs at the event?

Photography and filming for personal use is permitted anywhere inside the building unless otherwise stated. Photos taken inside may not be sold or used for commercial gain. We will be taking photographs for publicity at the event, if you would prefer not to be photographed please ask at the Welcome Desk for a wristband.

  • How do I get to the Baths and can I park?

We have a small car park at the rear of the building, accessible via Bax Road. There is parking for up to 30 cars and can get full very quickly. At the weekend there is free on-street parking, or the Hathersage Road Multi-Storey is a 5-10 minute walk and charges a small fee.

For information on Public Transport and how to find us click here.

For more information please contact enquiries@victoriabaths.org.uk or call 0161 224 2020


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Chorlton-on-Medlock, Greater Manchester M13 0FE United Kingdom
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