The weekend awaits!
What’s that I see on the horizon? It’s only the bloody weekend, and it’s never looked more beautiful. There are so many magnificent things to do in Manchester over the next few days, the only issue will be trying to cram it all in!
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1. Discover some of the city’s most exciting bars at Cocktails In The City (October 12)
Cocktail lovers are invited to Viadux in Manchester’s Albion Street on October 12 for a festival like no other. Perfect for aficionados and the cocktail curious, Cocktails in the City will give guests the opportunity to discover some of the city’s most exciting and exclusive bars, where Manchester’s most creative bartenders will be serving the finest drinks, all under one roof.
Guests will be able to sip their way through show-stopping cocktails, discover hidden rooms, and witness Manchester’s cocktail making elite in action as each bar competes to be crowned best bar. Click here to book your tickets. Viadux, Park Avenue at Bauer Millett, 8 Albion Street, M1 5NZ.
2. Enjoy bottomless drinks and unlimited popcorn at this immersive screening of Bring it On (October 12)
On October 12, film fans will be able to watch iconic cheerleading flick Bring It On in an immersive environment, with free drink flowing throughout the whole screening and bottomless popcorn.
The event will take place at The Brickworks in Barton Arcade, which will be transformed into a cinematic paradise. And each guest will be treated to a private table with waiter service for the duration of the film, while they dance along to their favourite routines
Tickets are available from Fever and are priced at £18.50 for bottomless soft drinks and £30 per-person for bottomless alcohol option. Click here to get your tickets.
3. And this immersive screening of School of Rock (October 12)
Come and watch School of Rock and enjoy a fun sing-along in an immersive environment, with free-flowing drinks during the whole movie and bottomless popcorn. You’ll also enjoy a private table for you and your friends with waiter service for the duration of the film. What more could you wish for? Get ready to sing along to your favourite songs from this iconic film starring Jack Black! Click here to get your tickets.
4. Try Crazy Pedro’s latest creation in partnership with Camden Town Brewery
Crazy Pedro’s has teamed up with Camden Town Brewery to create its very own beer, Pedro’s Party Brew. Made to be the perfect easy-drinker, Pedro’s Party Brew is brewed with pale ale malt and citrusy hops for a lager ale mash-up (oh, my). And it will be available from all Pedro’s sites from October 11. To celebrate its launch, Pedro has put together a special line-up for fans to get a taste of the ultimate party beer. For more information click here.
5. See this new musical featuring songs by Ariana Grande and Backstreet Boys (October 12)
We all know the story of Romeo and Juliet, star-crossed lovers from warring families who are inescapably drawn to each other. It’s a love story for the ages and a tragedy unlike any other but what if we could rewrite the final scene? What if Juliet put the dagger down and decided to take a girls trip instead? In this irreverent rewrite that’s exactly what happens.
oin Juliet on this sensational journey of self-discovery and second chances, told through some of the most glittering pop anthems of the last three decades from legendary songwriter Max Martin, including …Baby One More Time, Since U Been Gone, Roar, Everybody (Backstreet’s Back), Love Me Like You Do and Can’t Feel My Face. Get your tickets here.
6 – 10. Go to the pictures
Joker (Oct 4): Joaquin Phoenix is winning rave reviews for his portrayal of Batman’s nemesis
Pain & Glory (Oct 4): Pedro Almovodar and Antonio Banderas team up once more
Lucy in the Sky (Oct 4): the world just ain’t big enough for astronaut Natalie Portman
Gemini Man (Oct 11): Will Smith vs Will Smith. I’m sold already!
The Addams Family (Oct 11): animated family dysfunction awaits
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