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Last minute Christmas parties: an A-Z of the best Manchester venues

We've all been to some awful last minute Christmas get togethers over the years. As December approaches, if you've not got your act together and booked...

An alpine village with festive après-ski cocktails and decadent hot chocolates...

An alpine village with mini-chalets, children's entertainment and a makers’ market selling original, locally made artisanal gifts is coming to Impossible Manchester at the Great...

Manchester Folk Festival returns for a second year

If you thought folk music is just a load of middle-aged men with long hair singing with a pint of real ale in one...

Axe throwing at the Great Northern Warehouse: what do you get...

Axe throwing is the most satisfying day or night out you'll ever have. Or so I've heard. The sport, which involves throwing axes of various...

Three to see this weekend: eerie celebrations, drinks sensations and gaming...

Whether you need an event to celebrate the arrival of true Manchester summer weather (in case you’ve forgotten it – that’s rain) or are...

Yogathon offering FREE yoga and meditation classes returns to Great Northern

The Life Centre North is hosting its annual Yogathon event on 21st June, offering FREE yoga and meditation classes to all throughout the day. Classes...

This is so addictive: step into the future at Manchester’s first...

The region’s first VR gaming site opened in Salford in 2017, and now Manchester has joined the party with the arrival of Virtural Hideout...

Manchester champagne bar offers free bubbly for all Harrys and Meghans

Popular champagne and cocktail bar Épernay boasts the largest champagne collection in the north of England and offers premium table service. Champagne is synonymous with celebration...

11 quirky things to do with your long weekend that have...

As we enter into May those long-awaited long weekends begin to stretch out ahead promising an oasis of calm and relaxation. If only we could...

Review: a refreshingly modern take on Polish classics at Platzki

All my family is Polish so I ate a lot of Polish food growing up - and not always willingly. People might think the cuisine...

What’s in a name? Why celebrity chefs have come…and mostly gone

Once upon a time, when the foodie revolution was fuelled by the Egon Ronay Guide, we got to know about famous restaurants - and...

Three to see this weekend: duck, swing and shop 

There are some truly eggs-cellent things to do this Easter in Manchester - starting on Good Friday 30 March and stretching all the way...

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