Last Chance to See MA Show at Manchester School of Art
For our first pick of free things to do in Manchester this week we’ve got this final peek at the Manchester School of Art’s MA Show. The show closes its doors on Monday, and you can find out more by checking out our full preview.
Until Mon 1 Oct, Manchester School of Art, Cavendish Street, Manchester, M15 6BR and 99 Oxford Road, Manchester, M1 7EL, Tel: 0843 208 6000, www.art.mmu.ac.uk
Brilliant and BAME at University Place
This week marks the start of Black History Month 2018 and The University of Manchester are kicking things off this Wednesday with an event at the heart of the city campus. This year’s event focuses on the contributions made to Manchester and Britain by people from BAME backgrounds. It will feature a keynote speech from local-born poet SuAndi, as well as exhibitions of material from the archives of the Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre and the John Rylands Library, amongst other talks and performances. It’s also a great opportunity to find out more about what the University’s students and staff are doing to promote equality and diversity.
Wed 3 Oct, University Place, University of Manchester, 176 Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL, 12pm – 3.30pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
Scofflaw Brewing Company Bar Tour at BrewDog
Atlanta-based brewery Scofflaw – named after the prohibition bootleggers who ‘scoffed’ at the ‘law’ – are coming to BrewDog Manchester this Thursday evening for a free tasting session. Drop by the Peter Street bar on Thursday evening and you will be able to swag a pint of Scofflaw’s wares, with their famous Basement IPA on tap as well as their citrus-flecked POG Basement pale ale. Arriving early is recommended for this one.
Thu 4 Oct, BrewDog, Scottish Mutual House, 35 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5BG, 6pm – 12am, www.brewdog.com
Elnecot’s First Birthday (pictured)
Ancoats-based restaurant Elnecot arrived on the scene a year ago and quickly made a splash, with rave reviews praising its well-crafted, reasonably-priced small plates and its industrial chic decor. This Thursday, they’re officially hosting their first birthday party with free drinks and free food on offer for ticket holders. They’ve also got DJ Jamie Bull from Green Quarter LGBT club Homoelectric on the decks for the whole night. If you’ve not given this great little spot a try already, then this is your chance.
Thu 4 Oct, Elnecot, 41 Blossom Street, Ancoats, Manchester, M4 6AJ, 6.30pm – 12am, www.eventbrite.co.uk
Published on: Sun 30 Sep 2018