Cross Street Chapel

Carmel Smickersgill, Tours & Activities Editor

Located in the midst of Deansgate, this community chapel regularly hosts cultural events, socials and activities. Check out their website for info and upcoming performances.

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What's on near Cross Street Chapel

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ComedyManchester
Comedy Balloon

Every Wednesday at Ape & Apple, Manchester’s official underground comedy club, Comedy Balloon’s friendly and warm comedy night takes place.

free entry
Manchester Writers at the Portico Library
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Manchester Writers at the Portico Library

Manchester writers Abi Hynes and Reshma Ruia have invited along some friends from the literature scene to present a summer’s evening celebrating some of the best of Manchester writing.

from £7.21
Ciarán Hodgers. Photo by Wesley Storey
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Word Central at Central Library

Word Central is a long-standing live literature favourite at Central Library and features open mic performers and a special guest, brought to you by Manchester Libraries and Flapjack Press.

free entry

Where to go near Cross Street Chapel

The Rice Bowl Chinese Restaurant.
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The Rice Bowl

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Mr Thomas’s Chop House
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Mr Thomas’s Chop House

Mr Thomas’s Chop House first opened as a public house in 1870. It has beautiful arches and Victorian tiling, does classic British cooking and has an excellent wine list.

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Chaophraya Manchester

Chaophraya is an upmarket but relaxed Thai restaurant based on Chapel Walks. It has won numerous awards, including Manchester’s best restaurant.

Kala Bistro
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Kala Bistro

Kala is the latest restaurant from acclaimed chef-restaurateur Gary Usher, who also owns Sticky Walnut and Hispi. It’s a welcome addition to the ever-growing and improving King Street food scene.

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Mash Tun

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The Remedy Kitchen
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The Remedy Kitchen

The Remedy Kitchen is a Manchester restaurant dedicated to healthy eating, with the goal to detox the body and mind.

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