The latest issue of Manchester’s destination magazine, MCR, is out now.
If you’d like to know what it’s really like to play for Manchester United, why there’s no better place to visit at Christmas, and where the city’s best music and nightlife spots are, MCR has the answers.
For this issue, we’ve interviewed football superstar Gary Neville, explored the extravagant, Victorian shopping space of Barton Arcade, and built up a thirst for the upcoming Manchester Beer and Cider Festival (22-25 Jan).
Over the coming months, you can also enjoy The British National Squash Championships (10-16 February), celebrate Easter in style with Ramsbottom Chocolate Festival (12 & 13 April 2014), and hear Sounds From The Other City (Salford, 4 May 2014) to name but a few events.
Here’s some extended versions of the Manchester Voice interviews featured in the magazine.
John Clarke & John Robinson talk about the inaugural Manchester Beer & Cider Festival
CAMRA’s John Clarke & Robinsons’ John Robinson discuss all things beer and brewing in Greater Manchester ahead of the inaugural Manchester Beer & Cider Festival in January 2014.
Queer Contact Producer Barry Priest talks to Visit Manchester
Contact Theatre’s Barry Priest gives an interesting insight into what goes into producing the annual Queer Contact season and what we can expect from Queer Contact in 2014.
James Humphreys, Train Manager on the Northern Belle talks to Visit Manchester
The man in control of the Northern Belle, the sister train of the famous Venice – Simplon Orient Express and British Pullman talks to Visit Manchester about his experiences on the luxury train.
View a digital copy of MCR12 here