Venues

Ten awesome venues all partaking each in their own individual way. See below for who and what is on where over the Dead Dead Good Weekend...

Northwich Memorial Court – The towns new entertainment center has already showcased some big names in its short existence including last years Charlatans North by Northwich. This year they again welcome an internationally recognised band in Cabbage!

Dead Dead Good Stage (Barons Quay) – Situated in one of the vacant units in the new development. Stage, Bar and food are all catered for.

The Salty Dog – One of the best small live music venues in the north west which has rightly earned plaudits and also showcased famous bands in its short existence.

Obied Gallery & Events (Above ABDA Coffee) – Dead Dead Good Weekend Exhibition.
Manchester Made Me – A visual insight into the strong links between Northwich and the music
power house a few stops up the line.
May marks one year since North by Northwich.
The 10 days that took Northwich by the collar and reminded us of our misspent youth.
This exhibition will bring you up close with the best artwork, photography and music that the
Northwest has to offer. All artists in this exhibition have strong links to Northwich or the music of
Manchester.
We have worked hard to bring you collections from some of the most talented people, who
capture the imagery and spirit of the bands we love.
The photography, art in all mediums, prints, and merchandise will suit all tastes and budgets.
There will also be on display some NEVER SEEN BEFORE archive pieces from avid collectors.
Ever wanted an iconic gig pic in the living room? Now is our chance to get it!
The exhibition will run for the whole month of May, but once a piece has sold, its gone.
If there is a piece you would like us to source, let us know and we will try are best to source it.
We welcome comments and shares and will try our best to meet all your needs.
obeidltd@gmail.com
Obeid Galleries & Events
First Floor, 6 Crown Street CW9 5AX

 
 

Northwich Library – Hosting this years Q&A which is presented by Radio 6 legend Mark Radcliffe with guests Steve Harrison (Founder of Dead Dead Good Records) and Mark Gill (Oscar and BAFTA nominated Film Director and writer).

Crate – Crate Hair and Lounge opened in July 2018. Crate offers gentlemen’s hairdressing, whilst also having a Lounge area which is open to all, whether you are here to enjoy a hair service or not, we offer a range of alcoholic and non alcoholic drinks at our bar.

We have live music nights held regularly in our Lounge area whether that’s acoustic singers, bands or DJ’s and we can not wait to host some local artists for the Dead Dead Good Weekend.

Retro’s Music Bar – The only place to be for all the best sounds of the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s

dance the night away every Friday & Saturday to Awesome tunes

The Salthouse NW – Introducing the Salthouse NW, destination for craft beers, real ales, artisan gins and cocktails. Located on Hayhurst Quay, between the Bombay Quay and Waitrose, we offer a contemporary and relaxed atmosphere. We currently have live music on every last Sunday of the month. But are really looking forward to expand that offering with the Dead Dead Good  weekend. 

The Quayside – Arctic Monkeys are riding high, the Kaisers are on a comeback,. Noel & liam are Still Talking we are not in a time warp. ..With an extended Set from a guest Dj along side our resident playing Some alternative Rock, Brit Pop And indie Classics Join The Quayside on the 10th of May to re-live some great music. . So come and have a dead good weekend 9-2. Friday 10th May.

The Bowling Green –The Bowling Green – The oldest building in Northwich to continue to trade as a pub Retaining original features backdated to 1650 Serving fantastic food and real ales by caring staff Regular live music and a large beer garden with a back drop onto the river.