Join us from Monday 17th May for a week-long celebration as we welcome you back into the palace. It’ll be an exciting week, bringing the best wünderment this city has to offer. We will also be launching our Gülden Tage drinks menu, with offerings to tingle every taste bud, from a schooner of früli to an Albert’s 75 Spritz.

We’re kicking off the week with Albert’s Family Reunion, where the party starts at noon with DJ Paulette setting the scene until four, followed by our haus-band from 5 – 7pm. Our Gülden Girls will also be prowling the palace, adding further excitement to the evening.

From seven there will be live sets from Manchester’s hottest new band, Hypnojive. They will spend the evening reimagining the songs you love, with a roof raising live performance.

The band will be joined by DJ Jonjo Williams (BAD FUN, Maribou State Live) who will be spinning tunes in between sets to keep the vibe alive.

Further in the week we have the return of other popular nights such as Klein Kunst, a Tuesday night cabaret accompanied by two Manchester drag icons Lill and Blair. Merge the Birds will be accompanying the night, firing out jazz renditions of your favourite nineties throwbacks – joined by DJ Kris Holyhead, spinning the tunes between sets to keep the vibe alive.

Saturday brings back the ever popular Baby Grand Slam as two duelling pianos take on the audience’s requests. Expect chart-toppers and endless classics played especially for you, with sets from DJ Dom inbetween to keep the party moving.

Closing the week is our Sunday Service, where DJ Paulette will bring the smooth Sunday vibes, complimented perfectly by our infamous Schloss Roast and new Sunday menu.

See the full line-up HERE.

Gülden days are coming! We want you to have the best time possible. Where we do reserve room for some walk-ins, we cannot guarantee you a place – it is therefore best to BOOK a table for opening week to avoid disappointment.

We ask all guests to attend in line with current government guidelines, within a maximum group of six people. All necessary precautions have been taken to ensure this is a socially distant and responsible celebration.