Amorance at Ziferblat

Polly Checkland Harding

Amorance at Ziferblat Manchester, Manchester 29 October 2016 Tickets from £30 for two — Book now

Amorance – otherwise known as the state of being in love. Here, the Manchester Science Festival is getting all romantic, encouraging both couples and singles to discover whether they can fall in love over dinner, and exploring whether there’s a scientific explanation for why two people can fall for each other. Tickets are £30 for two people, including dinner, and interested parties are encouraged to ‘book your table to dine with an open mind’. Why not, hey?

Amorance at Ziferblat Manchester, Manchester 29 October 2016 Tickets from £30 for two Book now

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