6 things to do in Greater Manchester this weekend (23 – 25 October 2015)

Here’s our guide to the best of what’s on in and around Manchester this weekend.

Sale Sharks vs Worcester Warriors

Sale Sharks

Sale Sharks welcome Worcester Warriors in their first Aviva Premiership home game at the AJ Bell Stadium this Friday, with an 8pm kick-off. Click here for more information.

Manchester Science Festival

MSF

The Manchester Science Festival returns for its 9th year, bringing with it a unique blend of art, make-it workshops, performances and big experiences for all ages across Greater Manchester. Find out more information here.

Over-18s Ball Pool at MOSI

Ball Pool

This installation as part of Manchester Science Festival invites visitors over the age of 18 to rediscover their childish side and immerse themselves in a pool of 81,000 white balls. Click here to find out more.

Free For Arts Fringe

Crafts

Hosted by Juncture – a new collective of artists and designers based in Manchester, this exciting event will feature a rotating display of 20 selected artists from the 2016 festival listing. Find out more at Visit Manchester.

Brutopia at HOME

Brutopia

For three days only, the Manchester School of Theatre presents Brutopia – a riposte to the conventional image of Thomas More. Find out more information here.

Jewellery & Craft Fair at Stockport Town Hall

Stockport Craft Fair

Over 50 stalls of beautiful handcrafted items, many of which have been created by local crafters and artists. See more here.

Have a great weekend exploring the region. For more inspiration go to visitmanchester.com.

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