Brasserie de la Senne at Café Beermoth
Café Beermoth is hosting another of their audience with a brewer events on Monday, and this time they’ve invited Yvan De Baets from Brasserie De La Senne. Based in Brussels, the small brewery has been turning out a wide range of beers since 2003 and Da Baets has been there from day one. So get down to Beemoth, no just hear form a master brewer, but also to sample several of their lines, which will be taking over the café’s taps.
Mon 17 Jul, Café Beermoth, Brown Street, Manchester, M2 1DA. 6pm – 11.30pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
The Goonies Screening at Spinningfields
The big screen is up in Spinningfields next to the Oast House and they’ve announced their summer season of free film screenings, which starts this Tuesday with 80s family classic The Goonies. These evening screenings will be taking place every Tuesday until 10th September, with other highlights including Jurassic Park, E.T. and Dirty Dancing. See our full preview for more information.
Tue 18 Jul, The Oast House, Spinningfields, Manchester, M3 3AY. Tel: 0844 826 7214, 6pm, www.spinningfieldsonline.com
Idle Hands Fundraiser at GRUB
As you may or may not know, local pop-up coffee shop Idle Hands came unstuck recently, with a move to a new, permanent home falling through leaving the shop’s management – and Manchester’s caffeine addicts – in the lurch. To help out, their pals at GRUB are hosting a fundraiser party at their Baring Street venue, with live music from the Travelling Band’s Joe Dudderidge, as well as numerous DJ slots including sets from the Piccadilly Records boys. As its a GRUB party, there’s plenty of food and local ales available too: And no doubt you’ll be able to get some damn fine coffee. Entry to the party is free, but you encouraged to dig deep to get this great little coffee shop back on its feet.
Thu 20 Jul, GRUB, Mayfield, Baring Street, Manchester, M1 2AD. 6pm – 11pm, www.facebook.com
Sooni Taraporevala at The Whitworth (pictured)
Sooni Taraporevala is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker, but an exhibition currently running at The Whitworth focuses on her photography work. Taraporevala’s photographs document her native Mumbai from 1976, right through to present day. You can catch her in conversation at the gallery this Thursday as part of The Whitworth’s Thursday Lates series, where she’ll providing an insight into a career that has spanned over three decades. The exhibition runs until early 2018.
Thu 20 Jul, The Whitworth, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, M15 6ER. 6pm – 7.30pm, www.eventbrite.co.uk
Published on: Sun 16 Jul 2017