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Our bustling little city is full of some incredible events this week, whether it’s a good laugh you need to cheer yourself up, or to let your hair down with a good old boogie. There’s a little something for every budget. Check out Secret Manchester’s guide to the best things to do and see in Manchester this week.
1. Laugh Your Socks Off At The Jameson Club House Comedy Night
In need of a little comic relief? Head down to the Jameson Club House Comedy Night to get your dose of laughing medicine. There’ll be a brilliant supporting act from Liverpool-born comedian Jamie Allerton to start the evening’s entertainment, and then you’ll be treated to a hilarious headline act from Live at the Apollo veteran Kae Kurd. Tickets cost just £10 each and if you book a pair together you can get them for just £15! 18+ only. Nab your tickets here!
2. Watch The Six Nations On A Big Screen At The Jameson Club House
So you want to watch the rugby but your tiny TV isn’t quite cutting it. Never fear, because the Jameson Club House is showing the final Six Nations matches on a massive screen at an incredible viewing party. There’ll be big-screen rugby, retro games, great drinks and a chance to experience the Six Nations like never before. And the best part? It’s completely free! 18+ only. Get your free tickets here!
3. Check out the ‘Art of the Brick’
Currently showing at the Great Northern Warehouse, this is the perfect exhibition for LEGO lovers or those that appreciate alternative art. The globally-renowned exhibition showcases a number of masterpieces made up of LEGO, with some incredible pieces of art to discover. The Manchester exhibition features never-before-seen sculptures, too, so you’ll get the chance to see something completely new. The exhibition is set to leave town next month, so catch it before it’s gone. Tickets available here.
4. Bust some moves at the Reggae Brunch
Bottomless brunch with a twist, this seriously fun event combines reggae with dancing, rum punch and good grub. Guests get to enjoy one hour of bottomless rum punch, with Caribbean food available to purchase while you’re there if you get peckish. The food is pay-as-you-go, so if you prefer to drink and dance, that’s cool too! Resident DJs and special guests will be performing on the day, with a number of reggae and reggaeton classics to get down to. Buy your tickets here.
5. Catch a performance of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons by candlelight
Need to unwind after a long week at work? This mesmerising performance of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons will have you feeling all kinds of zen, with some seriously talented classical musicians performing from the London Concertante. The performance will see Bach, Mozart and Vivaldi brought to life in an atmospheric affair at Manchester’s beautiful Cathedral, and if you’re new to classical music, don’t fear, because the London Concertante’s audience is made up of 50% of newbies! Tickets are selling fast, so pick yours up quick here.