It’s probably going to be a while before we see Harry Styles back on stage in Manchester – he’s a busy man, you know.
But fans of the global pop sensation can get something of a Styles fix this weekend regardless, in the form of a club night dedicated to him.
The Harry-Oke event will be taking over one of the city centre’s best-loved club spaces for an evening of pure, unadulterated Harry Styles content.
The playlist will feature all the hits from his three studio albums, as well as delving back further to the One Direction days.
They even play the lyrics on giant screens, if you’re not as well-versed in the Harry Styles discography as you ought to be.
Presented by Harry’s House Party, the huge sing-a-long night out will take place at Gorilla this Saturday night (5 November).
They say: “Harry’s House Party presents HARRY-OKE! A party like no other playing Harry Styles and One Direction songs ALL NIGHT LONG with ‘Sing It All Back’ karaoke lyrics on a giant screen!
“(We know you don’t need the lyrics but there’s more to it than that) it’s a mass crowd singalong and it gets LOUD!
“From the creators behind the original One Direction Party 1DPARTY.com having thrown 1D nights for the past 6 years all over the UK and Australia but now with our new big screen we’ve really transformed these events into a super unique visual club night that you won’t find anywhere else.”
The 17-year-old victim – who has been named as Kyle Hackland – was stabbed at around 11:30am on Southlea Road in Withington on Tuesday 22 November, and sadly passed away from his injuries shortly after he was taken to hospital.
GMP said at the time that it did not believe the incident was “a random attack”.
Shortly after making that announcement, the force confirmed that on Thursday 24 November, a teenager handed himself in to North Manchester Police Station, with a second teenager then handing himself in to Cheadle Heath Police Station later on the same day, and both being arrested shortly after.
On top of that, a third teenager was arrested at an address in Wythenshawe on suspicion of assault, possession of an offensive weapon, and affray.
After confirming that three arrests had been made in connection with the devastating incident, GMP said its Major Incident Team were conducting an “extensive and thorough investigation” to establish circumstances and find out who is responsible.
Now, the force has confirmed that on Monday, three men have been charged in connection with this incident.
They have been named as Yusef Sesay (24/11/2004) of Denton Road in Audenshaw, Lewis Ludford (05/12/2004) of no fixed abode, and a 16-year-old male – who cannot be named for legal reasons.