Chinese New Year Lion Dancing

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Chinese New Year in Manchester
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Chinese New Year Lion Dancing at Market Street Manchester, City Centre 26 — 28 January 2017 Entrance is free

Catch the lion’s hourly dance display as this colourful Chinese New Year tradition plays out on Market Street near Boots.

Times: 1pm, 2pm, 3pm

Chinese New Year Lion Dancing at Market Street Manchester, City Centre 26 — 28 January 2017 Entrance is free

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