Here’s our guide to the best of what’s on in and around Greater Manchester this weekend plus some suggestions from our social followers.
Queer Contact 2015
As part of LGBT History Month, Contact brings you a festival of events spanning performance genres and including both emerging artists and the best of established UK and international work.
Scuttlers at Royal Exchange Theatre
Inspired by the riots of 2011 and the stories of all the Manchester gangs between the nineteenth century and today, Rona Munro’s new play smashes the nineteenth century against a twenty first century sensibility to bring the young Scuttlers back to vivid, potent life.
Pi:Platform for Investigation at MOSI
Examine how bugs can help health, and how water can be turned into horsepower. Pi: Platform for Investigation is the museum’s monthly contemporary science programme showcasing cutting edge research, live experiments and art and science collaborations.
Here’s what our Twitter followers recommend this weekend:
- @retrokits Vintage fair at Whitworth Hall tomorrow
- @MLFHSManchester Central Library so much to see & do watch a film play a piano even borrow a book.
- @TheAirportPub Visit us!! Our destination pub & Grill makes a great day out!! #visitus #Manchester
- @VisitBolton View from a Bridge is on for only one more week @octagontheatre and there are a few tickets left for tomorrow nights performance!
And here’s what our Facebook friends suggest this weekend:
- David Shanahan: Proper old pub Hair and Hounds shudehill
- Kim Hutson: Ordsall Hall in Salford is just a stone’s throw from Manchester City centre on the tram – a fantastic Tudor manor house hidden away between Media City and a housing estate. It’s free to get in and it’s only open 1pm-4pm on Sunday. There’s a really interesting tour of the building at 2pm (which is £2) – and they do really good coffee and cakes (and hot vimto!) – loads for kids to do too
- Stephen Sutherland: There is FREE comedy @ http://www.social-circle.co.uk/event-view.asp?id=9908
- Sophie Jayne: Libberton Cocktails in Spinningfields!
- Mary Evans: John Rylands Library – fabulous building, lovely cafe and shop.
- Eve Redmond: MCDC Manchester Craft is great to browse at handmade craft (& buy!) theres a great cafe too!
- Claire Kenyon: This launch of The Vintage Emporium it looks amazing https://www.facebook.com/events/1534204186848121/
- Anthony Paige Mathers: If its sunny go walk around Heaton park
For more information about what’s on in Manchester go to www.visitmanchester.com