Opening at First Draught Prestwich (pictured)
This pint-sized craft beer bar in Prestwich officially opens on Friday, offering up tasty brews in an intimate setting. Drinks on offer include the hefty Wander Beyond Bloom Imperial Black Ice Cream IPA, alongside a packed menu of beer from the likes of Marble and Cloudwater Breweries, as well as cocktail options.
Fri 12 Apr, First Draught, 255 Bury New Road, Manchester, M25 9PB, 4pm – late, www.facebook.com
Record Store Day
It’s time for another Record Store Day, and it’s not just the record stores getting in on the action, with venues such as Common offering a day of DJs and revelry. See our full preview for more details.
Sat 13 Apr, Various venues, all day
Aussie Indie Disco at YES
The perfect way to round off record store day: This free indie disco at Charles Street venue YES, courtesy of club promoters Antics. The twist of this disco is that it features a playlist that’s mostly Australian heavy-hitters, so expect the likes of Tame Impala, The Presets and Midnight Juggernauts (broken up with the occasional LCD Soundsystem track). Drinks offers, including £2.95 pints, will be available all night.
Sat 13 Apr, YES, 38 Charles Street, Manchester, M1 7DB, 11pm – 3.30am, www.facebook.com
Last Chance to See Cherry Tenneson at Paradise Works
This Sunday is your very last chance to catch this multimedia exhibition, the first solo show from Liverpool artist Cherry Tenneson, at Salford’s Paradise Works. Our full preview has the lowdown.
Until Sun 14 Apr, Paradise Works, East Philip Street, Salford, Manchester, M3 7LE, www.paradise-works.com / www.cherrytenneson.com
Mass Yoga at The Lowry
The Lowry hosts its first mass yoga session this Sunday lunchtime, courtesy of sports and running gear emporium lululemon. Instructor Claudia Mirallegro will lead you through the one hour session, one of the biggest of its kind in the city. Entry is entirely free, but you are required to bring your own mat.
Sun 14 Apr, The Lowry, The Quays, Salford, M50 3AZ, 10.45am – 12pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
- Jon Whiteley
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- Mon 11 Mar 2019