Here are our picks
For visually impaired theatre lovers. Get up close with the props, sets and sometimes performers involved in HOME’s upcoming productions. This February experience a new dark fable in ‘The Animals And Children Took To The Streets’.
Walk through Manchester’s Hacienda year with Ed Glinert. Starting at HOME this tour shows you the buildings and sites of interest surrounding the cities booming indie scene at the end of the 20th Century.
Expand your understanding of the exhibits at the Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art. Or, if you are a newcomer to art, enjoy a more personal and accessible walk through the gallery with one of the centre’s curators.
Take a closer look at some of the Whitworth Art Gallery’s collection while gaining a better understanding of the context in which the pieces were created. The free tours run daily from 2 pm.
Sí Manchester’s daily tour is a brilliant way to get an overview of the city with tours running in both English and Spanish.
We are lucky to be spoilt for choice when it comes to fresh, delicious and independent food choices in the centre of Manchester. Nowhere is this presence felt more than in the Northern Quarter. Join John Ryan on this taster walk as you eat your way through the back streets learning about the local history and culture as you go.
Revolutionary ideas are often shared best on an evening, in keeping with this spirit the People’s History Museum has launched their new Radical Lates series.
Meet, Flecky Bennet, your guide through the dark and demonic side of the city as he takes you on one of Manchester’s award winning ghost walks.
Add a more personal twist to a meal out by cooking your own three course restaurant standard meal from scratch. Food Sorcery’s cooking together evenings are all about making cookery fun and sociable whilst still producing high quality dishes.
The Essential Manchester Walk for locals and visitors alike. An entertaining and knowledgeable guide will show you around the city centre, giving you a taste of the history, architecture and culture and showing you the major sites, including Manchester Town Hall and the Royal Exchange.