A Fantastic Party at Tribeca

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A Fantastic Party – supported by A Fantastic Woman (in cinemas Fri 2nd March) at Tribeca, Manchester 2 — 3 March 2018 Entrance is free

On the launch night of the new trans Oscar nominated film A Fantastic Woman, join a fierce line up of trans DJs including Grace Oni Smith and Marilyn Misandry at Tribeca for music, dancing, visuals and cocktails.

A Fantastic Party – supported by A Fantastic Woman (in cinemas Fri 2nd March) at Tribeca, Manchester 2 — 3 March 2018 Entrance is free

Where to go near A Fantastic Party at Tribeca

Manchester
Bar or Pub
On Bar

This multifaceted venue is primarily an award winning gay bar in Manchester’s Canal Street area – but that is not all…

Manchester
Music venue
G-A-Y

Smack bang in the centre of Manchester’s Canal Street, colourful club on the corner, G-A-Y, is popular with a youngish crowd looking for pop tunes, cheap drinks and a lively atmosphere. And there’s a rooftop terrace for the smokers.

Manchester
Bar or Pub
Vanilla

This award winning bar is open six nights a week due to popular demand. Described as the ‘mecca of the north’ for the lesbian community, it is no wonder why.

Manchester
Music venue
Bar Pop

Nightclub identifying as an ‘IndieDiscoElectroHomoMadHiphopBritPopFunkyKindaShagtasticQueerThing’, Bar Pop on Manchester’s vibrant Canal Street is known for its friendly atmosphere.

Canal Street
Café or Coffee Shop
Richmond Tea Rooms

An eccentrically decorated place that cunningly offers homemade breakfasts, lunches and high teas alongside some stronger stuff for cocktail hour.

Manchester
Restaurant
The Cotton Factory

This residency restaurant opened in summer 2019, at Locke Hotels’ Whitworth Locke. The first residency comes courtesy of Mexican specialists El Camino.

Manchester
Restaurant
Peru Perdu

Peru Perdu has an all-new food and drink menu, with some of the best-looking dishes in the city.

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Manchester
Restaurant
Bondi Bowls

Bondi Bowls is the perfect spot to grab a healthy lunch without compromising on flavour.

What's on: Dance

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Aakash Odedra – Mehek at The Lowry

An enchanting exploration of the human heart masterfully danced by Aakash Odedra and Aditi Mangaldas, the great South Asian dancers of their respective generations.

from £16.50

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