8 Things to do in Greater Manchester this weekend (12-14 February)

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

Valentine’s Day in Manchester

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Love is in the air this weekend as Valentine’s Day approaches; find the perfect way to spend the day with your loved one. Click here for more information.

Valentine’s Day for singles

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Valentine’s Day is not just for couples, take a look at our guide for a great singles night out. Find out more here.

Valentines Weekend at the Podium Restaurant

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Make the most of this Valentines weekend at the Hilton Deansgate with Podium’s grand seven-course menu making for a perfect romantic evening. Click here for more information.

The Imitation Game at Manchester Art Gallery

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Alan Turing developed the world’s first stored-program computer in Manchester, explore his timeless questions about our relationship with machines at Manchester Art Gallery this weekend. Go to Visit Manchester to find out more.

Steam, Sweat and Sewers

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Manchester is well-known as the birthplace of the industrial revolution, but what was it like to live during that time? Find out at this family friendly event at the Museum of Science and Industry. More details here.

Johnnie Shand Kydd Exhibition

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A unique display of black and white photographs of international art world figures captured in the 1990s. Find out more here.

Kick-off the Holidays at the National Football Museum

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There’s plenty of half-term fun at the National Football Museum, bring the family along for games, interactive displays and tons of football fun. Click here for more information.

Fac51 The Hacienda at Albert Hall

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David Morales follows on from some highly acclaimed sets over in the UK to bring his legendary skills as a DJ and producer to the Albert Hall for the first time. More information here.

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

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