Three to see this weekend: doo wop, a clothes swap and WolfCop

Whether you’re looking to buy or sell, this weekend’s huge record fair is sure to attract music lovers and vinyl fans from across the region.

Saturday’s clothes swap offers an opportunity to spice up your 2018 wardrobe while raising money for a good cause.

And a werewolf movie marathon is a chance to catch some classics of the genre as well as a north west premiere.

VIP Record Fair

From prog rock, punk rock and hip hop to soul, reggae and doo wop, the biggest record fair in the UK comes to the Trafford Centre on Sunday. Music fans from all over the north west will be able to buy and sell anything music-related including books, CDs, vinyl, memorabilia, t-shirts and DVDs. 25th February, 10.30am to 3.30pm, Soccerdrome, Trafford Centre. Admission £3.


Girl Gang Manchester charity clothes swap

Girl Gang Manchester, a female creative collective running community events, are putting on a charity clothes swap on 24th February at Plant Noma to raise money for MASH (Manchester Action on Street Health), a charity that do incredible work advising and supporting sex workers in Manchester. Expect a fun afternoon with DJs, stylists, bloggers, a customising station and a bar. 24th February, 1pm – 5pm, Plant Noma. Admission £3.

Werewolf movie marathon

Grimm Up North, the team behind Manchester’s premier annual horror festival, Grimmfest, are holding a Werewolf Marathon at the Odeon Great Northern on Saturday 24th February. Alongside screenings of genre classics such as An American Werewolf in London, Dog Soldiers and The Howling, will be a screening of the north west premiere of Another WolfCop, the follow-up to 2014’s cult classic. 24th February, from 4.30pm, Odeon Great Northern. £7 per movie, or £20 for an evening pass.


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