As Kampus’ range of intelligent and eclectic traders continues to grow so does it’s variety and with its most recent addition, a touch of class has been added to the fold.
As of this Wednesday 3rd May, Red Light, Kampus’ classy LGBTQ+ cocktail bar opens its doors and with months of build up and excitement, we couldn’t be more intrigued.
Set in a Victorian Warehouse off the side of Kampus’ main square on Little David Street, Red Light offers drinkers the chance for a ‘laid back lounge’ with booths, low lighting, cosy décor and a large range of cosmopolitan cocktails including: “Red Light Calling”, “Artists Special #2” and “Naked & Almost Famous”.
Red Light founder, Deana Ferguson had this to say: “We’ve created a cool and edgy queer bar that couples’ incredible drinks with top-notch service, something that we know will compliment what’s already on offer in this area.”
“Red Light is an LGBTQ+ space but everyone is welcome. Our walls will be adorned with queer local artists, showcasing Manchester’s finest talent, and celebrating icons from history. We have a selection of signature cocktails that I’ve been perfecting over the years. Red Light is dimly lit and intimate, the perfect date spot or somewhere to simply while away the night with some of the best drinks in town”
Walk ins are welcome at Red Light but to book your table, click here.