Welcome to What to do in Manchester




This website is about fun and entertainment in Manchester – the host of venues which this very  vibrant city has to offer. The people of Manchester are a great community who work on many things collaboratively, especially culture and the environment.

This November the city's festival of all things renewable and eco friendly, will come back for a second time with a jam-packed line-up of events, talks and programmes for everyone to take part in.

With worries mounting over the ecological impacts of ‘fracking’ and shale gas investigation in the North of England, Manchester Friends of the Earth are welcoming people to a seminar to discover more about ‘fracking’ and shale gas use and what it could mean for the inhabitants in Manchester.

Our associates range from Manchester based conservation and cycling campaigns to bigger voluntary organisations and agencies. Between them they provide a broad range of projects and tasks for the benefit of the city, its residents, and the earth! Browse the menu to find out more. If you would like more info about the Environment Network for the city, or are interested in being a part of the network, please get in touch with us or see why you should be part of the Network.

From the environment, to sport, to culture and nightlife, Manchester has so much to offer. Why not visit this fantastic huge city?



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What can you do in your visit to Manchester?

You can make inroads to cultural corridor. Notorious for its very loud traffic, Oxford Road still packs in so many galleries, museums and shows that the residents talk of it as the city’s ‘cultural corridor’. At the northern end of the main road linking the centre to the south of the city is Cornerhouse, the city’s famous contemporary art complex, while at the other is the red-brick Whitworth Art Gallery. In between are the theatres, the Manchester Museum and the University of Manchester’s campus, a square of Gothic buildings designed by the known architect Alfred Waterhouse.

Party hard!

The Warehouse Project is a yearly season of parties of huge proportions – has been named the ‘biggest thing to happen to clubbing in this city this decade’. Running for three months (September to New Year’s Eve), the Project features some of the hugest names in dance and electronic music alongside smaller, edgier, indie acts. With an enthusiastic crowd, as well as the old-school feelings of its hidden underground location, it’s no wonder tickets scarcely sell out. If you’re in Manchester in the autumn, this is one not to be missed.

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