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Enjoy Sintillate nights in Liverpool at the Newz Bar

Published on February 18th 2009.


Sintillate - clever play on words that.

It can mean being wicked until the early hours. Or just say it and it can mean scintillate: sparkle, dazzle.

Both work for this superb night in Liverpool.

But a night’s a night, you cry, in the end they all resemble one another.

But in this case you’d be wrong.

Because Sintillate isn’t any old speakeasy lowland of entertainment, this is a whole package. You get fun, fashion, food and music coming together in a seamless night of intelligent decadence.

So if you like your evenings spiced with wit, beauty, good clothes and food to match alongside cutting edge music then come on down. You won’t be disappointed.

In Liverpool, Sintillate dazzles at Newz Brasserie, 18 Water Street, Liverpool, every Thursday. From 9pm-3am, entrance is free before 9.30pm, £5 before 11pm and £7 after on the Sintillate list.

In Manchester, Sintillate illuminates BIJOU, 1-7 Chapel Street, Manchester, every Friday. Opening at 10pm, entrance is £5 before 11pm and £7 after on the Sintillate list. Tables are available to book in advance on a minimum spend basis.

In Leeds, Sintillate twinkles at Superna, Assembly Street, Leeds. From 9pm-4am, entrance is free before 10pm and £5 before 11pm and £7 after on the Sintillate list.

There’s also a whole online side to Sintillate too: our 'cyber-promoter'. This features places where you might want to drink, eat, shop and work plus the services that might be of use to you.

It provides a forum for discussing your ideas and showing off your work and of course has a gallery of images from guests at our nights. There are loads of prizes to give away as well.

But first we recommend sampling Sintillate on one of our evenings and working your way through both its meanings.

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