Here’s our guide to the best of what’s on in and around Manchester this weekend plus some suggestions from our social followers.
Manchester Day Parade
The city will be transformed into an animated playground of music, outdoor theatre and procession in a celebration of leisure, play and Manchester’s place in a global gaming world.
Hot Tub Cinema
The brilliant Islington Mill warehouse will be converted into a Hot Tub wonderland with twenty hot tubs, 120 guests per night, a licensed bar and tub side waiter service.
Manchester United Legends v Bayern Munich Allstars
A whole host of former Reds have been confirmed to play for Bryan Robson’s Manchester United Legends’ team against Bayern Munich All Stars at Old Trafford on Sunday.
For more information about what’s on in Manchester go to www.visitmanchester.com
Here’s what our Twitter followers recommend this weekend:
@MichielBlijboom: visit the koffee pot?
@Col_Dunn: Didsbury Festival… despite the weather forecast!
@HOME_mcr: It’s the last weekend to catch #TheFunfair @HOME_mcr – hurry, the fair’s about to leave town http://bit.ly/1yDnXy5
And here’s what our Facebook friends suggest this weekend:
Hold Fast: Northern Quarter of course
Adam Gosling: Surely has to be Sunday Celebrate Manchester Day in the city centre
Lisa Skolosdra Short: Didsbury Festival
Kaz Mcvey: Spinningfields
Gavin Clarke My Sunday Social Exercise Class at Hough End Centre Chorlton. Awesome.
Mark Lupton Partington: In Trafford for a walk and a picnic with Red Rose Forest redroseforest.co.uk/web/content/view/34/855/ discover the countryside on your doorstep including places such as Broad Oak Meadow and Coroner’s Wood.
Kooky Lu: Northern quarter
Laura Quinn: Atlas bar
Ministry of Craft: Creative courses at Ministry of Craft, natch! Down in the depths of Fred Aldous, a crafty haven awaits.
David Shanahan: Matt & phreds
Isaac Slough: Old trafford
Maria Lidia Cooke Centuriòn: The Farms Arm in Northenden