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Olivia Browse / Tay Temple / Harriet Dagnall @ Lions Den, Manchester

Olivia Browse / Tay Temple / Harriet Dagnall @ Lions Den, Manchester

Event Time Sat 18th Feb 2023 at 7:30pm-Sat 18th Feb 2023 at 11:00pm
Event Location Lions Den Manchester, Mews
Event Price £5 + fees
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Last entry time: 10pm
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Age restrictions: 18+
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Olivia Browse
Tay Temple
Harriet Dagnall

Olivia Browse / Tay Temple / Harriet Dagnall @ Lions Den, Manchester

Bread Records Present:

Olivia Browse + Tay Temple + Harriet Dagnall live at Lions Den, Manchester

Doors 7:30pm // £5 ADV £6 OTD

Over the past few years, Manchester-based artist Olivia Browse has marked her impact on the North West scene with a genre-bending collection of releases. Taking inspiration from a wide variety of artists, ranging from singer-songwriters such as Stella Donnelly and Kate Nash, to Britpop bands such as Pulp and The Smiths; even to modern pop artists like Charli XCX and Rina Sawayama, her music encompasses a vast range of inspiration in order to create something that is truly unique and true to Olivia’s style.

Her songs, with their grounded lyricism and memorable melodies, pertain to modern issues and events in the life of 20-somethings today – allowing listeners to easily able to connect with Olivia on a personal level through her music.

Her latest release “love at first might as well” marks Olivia’s take on more pop-styled music, but still keeps to her unique sound – it’s been gaining a huge amount of traction, being added to a bunch of Spotify editorial playlists, getting radio play across the country, and even being put on BBC Radio Essex’s Best of 2022 too. 

Tay Temple is a Manchester-based alternative rock artist, who actively promotes self-confidence and self-empowerment while raising questions surrounding current social consciousness. Tay’s lyrics are fuelled by her personal struggles, experiences and societal issues including her journey as a queer woman.

At age 16, Tay moved to Manchester leaving her hometown Hartlepool to pursue a career in music. Now age 22 with a fully established sound and sense of self Tay and her band have gained recognition in multiple cities including: Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool & the North East. Notable shows include: supporting Shaun Ryder’s Black Grape, headlining both Manchester’s Gullivers and Birmingham’s Hare & Hounds.

Harriet Dagnall has been writing and performing since the age of fourteen. Originally from Bolton (UK), she was raised on an eclectic range of music and still draws influence from the likes of Joni Mitchell, Fleetwood Mac, Kate Bush and Cocteau Twins. Whilst Harriet's current influences include The Japanese House, Marika Hackman, Yebba and The War on Drugs, cut her and she bleeds Dad music.

Now living in the heart of Manchester, Harriet has been a familiar face on the city's vibrant music scene since 2018, performing live and writing new material.


Lions Den Manchester
253 Deansgate, Mews, Manchester M3 4EN, UK