New Northern Brewers at Northern Monk Refectory
Leeds-based brewer Northern Monk opened their new Manchester taproom on Tariff Street back in September, and if you’ve not had a chance to head down and check it out then this is the perfect opportunity. For this brewers event, they’ll be inviting brewers from four other Northern breweries: Macclesfield-based Five Clouds Brewing Co, Hartlepool’s Donzoko Brewery and Tooth & Claw, and Nottingham’s Liquid Light Brewery. You’ll be able to try some of the brews from their diverse menus, and some of the brewmasters will even be on hand to answer your questions.
Fri 28 Dec, Northern Monk Refectory, 10 Tariff Street, Manchester M1 2FF, 12pm – 1am, www.facebook.com
On Rotation’s Xmas Party at Eastern Bloc (pictured)
Northern DIY party crew On Rotation come to Stevenson Square record shop/micro-venue Eastern Bloc this Saturday evening, for a free Christmas party. The cosy gig space will be hosting indie electronic producer/DJ No Moon for a headline set, supported on the night by On Rotation’s residents Chris I’Anson, Lisene and Alex T. A great free and breezy ramp up to the New Year.
Sat 29 Dec, Eastern Bloc, 5A Stevenson Square, Manchester, M1 1DN, 6pm – 1.30am, www.facebook.com
It’s a Wonderful Life Screenings at FDN Whitworth and Foundation Coffee House
Frank Capra’s festive favourite It’s a Wonderful Life gets two simultaneous free screenings at FDN Whitworth at Foundation Coffee House this Sunday evening, as part of the venues’ regular movie night series. The bar and coffee shops will be screening the film at 6pm with free popcorn offered alongside any drinks purchase. If you can’t get along to experience Jimmy Stewart at his very best, the screenings will continue into the new year: January’s programme will focus on animation, with films including Isle of Dogs and Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were Rabbit.
Sun 30 Dec, FDN Whitworth, 74 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6JD,
Foundation Coffee House, Sevendale House, Dale Street, Manchester, M1 1JF, 6pm – 10pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
Published on: Tue 27 Nov 2018