6 Things to do in Greater Manchester this weekend (15-17 January)

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

Swan Lake at The Bridgewater Hall

Swan Lake Bridgewater

For two days only, the Russian State Ballet of Siberia will perform one of the greatest romantic ballets of all time at The Bridgewater Hall. Find out more here.

Slaves at The Ritz

Slaves 1

Expect live mayhem and chaotic crowd-surfing when the two Tunbridge Wells punks play the iconic O2 Ritz Manchester over two nights this weekend. Click here for more information.

Into the Woods at Royal Exchange Theatre

into the woods edit

It’s the last chance to catch this enchanting musical adventure, based on the book by James Lapine, and with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim. Find out more here.

PUSH Festival at HOME


PUSH 2016 will be a chance for you to immerse yourself in two weeks’ worth of new and extraordinary theatrical experiences made by fantastic theatre makers. Click here for more information.


Cheap Eats Blog

January doesn’t have to be gloomy – take advantage of over 25 fantastic food offers across the city with some of Manchester’s most popular eateries offering up to 50% off. Find out more here.

Manchester Beer and Cider Festival

Man Beer and Cider

Don’t forget Manchester Beer and Cider Festival starts next week on Wednesday 20 January, at its new home in the Central Hall under the famous barrelled roof of the old Manchester Central Station. Click here for more information.

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


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