We visited Trafford Centre's unique musical restaurant and it couldn't be more different to Karen's Diner

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We experienced a brand new way of dining at this immersive restaurant in Greater Manchester.

A unique musical dining experience has arrived in Manchester, bringing the sounds of West End and Broadway shows to the city.

The Broadway is a new restaurant on the edge of the Orient Car Park at the Trafford Centre, and features a team of staff who are all professional singers.

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Customers are taken on a theatrical musical journey as waiters and waitresses stand up and sing to give them a thrilling dinner and a show.

The restaurant has been opened by the creative producers of Karen's Diner, where diners are greeted with incredibly rude service - an experience which could not be more different from the cheery singing workers at The Broadway.

The unique venue is filled with young local talent belting out solos and group numbers while you wait for your Tapas-style food and drinks.

Diners are treated to an immersive experience at The Broadway, and we were invited down to check it out for ourselves. Take a look at the experience in our video report.

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