With only three months left of 2013, if you’re thinking about a trip to Manchester before the year is up it might be worth finding out what is on. Whether you’re a culture vulture, a clubbing queen or a family man, we have the low down on all the best things to do in Manchester over the winter.
If you like your club experiences rough and ready and filled with people who love to dance just as much as you, the much-hyped Warehouse Project in Manchester is a must-do for anyone who loves the wild feel of a rave but with incredible lighting and pounding music that continues well into the early hours. This has been voted one of the best clubbing experiences in the UK, and it’s easy to see why.
Grimm Up North
At the end of October, around Halloween, Manchester is awash with spooky events for all the family, and those just for the grown ups. Many of these are part of the renowned Grimm Up North Festival, which involves horror films, scary events and lots of gore all over the city for fans of all things spooky, creepy and crawly.
In mid-November, Manchester’s skyline becomes aflame with beautiful festive colours as the Christmas lights are switched on. A celebrity usually turns up to work their magic, and it’s a fun evening full of music and entertainment to get everyone in the festive spirit. Combine it with some late night Christmas shopping to get yourself in the Christmassy mood.
Head to Albert Square and St. Ann’s Square for the best of Manchester’s Christmas markets. Pick up a glass of mulled wine and a pot of roasted chestnuts with a hot cocoa for the kids, and browse the hundreds of stalls available laden with festive gifts, crafts and decorations. This is the perfect place to pick up a really unique present or something for the home, or even an edible festive treat to keep you going through your day of shopping.
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