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Activities
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Hotel Guide
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Live Music
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Pub & Bar Guide
Weddings
Welcome to Whats on Manchester and your soon-to-be comprehensive guide to events and services in Manchester and the surrounding area.

The What’s on events guide is the biggest of it’s kind in the region with products and facilities that leave the competition standing. Our upcoming site launch will have lots of new features for visitors and advertisers alike, with several unique services on offer.

If you can’t wait to see for yourself why not take a look at our sister site www.whatsonbristol.co.uk and you’ll soon understand why we’re hoping you’ll be as excited as we are by this latest expansion. 1.8 million Hits per month certainly suggests we’re doing something right.

No other events guide can lay claim to an audience this size or to a comprehensive list of advertisers this varied. Shopping, restaurants, cinema, theatre, museums, sports, gigs, nightlife, pubs, fashion, health & beauty are among just some of the areas we have covered.

Whatever you have planned for your visit to Manchester make What’s on your first stop. Advertisers can contact our team on 0117 9632263 and we will be only too happy to provide details of our launch date and services.

When you realise that every hit means a potential customer for your business or organisation, the simple truth is we offer just too many customers for you to ignore.

Impressed - you will be once we launch the Manchester website and if you want to know whatson, when it’s on, why it’s on & who’s getting it on, I give you the definitive guide…your very own whatsonmanchester


#Sports in Manchester
Manchester is well-known for being a city of sport. Two Premiership football clubs bear the city's name, Manchester United and Manchester City.

 


#Manchester Gay Village
Is based on Canal Street. At night time the street is filled with drinkers, often including gay and lesbian tourists from all over the world.
 

 

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Every month, in association with Whats on Bristol Magazine, we run a number of competitions packed with fantastic prizes.





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What will Whats on Manchester be like? Well why not visit
www.whatsonbristol.co.uk and find out, you will not be disappointed!


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Editor Choice Image The Urbis
in Manchester city centre, explores life in many different cities throughout the world and was one of the first glass buildings to be built in Manchester. With exciting interactive exhibits, themed exhibitions, displays about contemporary culture and seasonal events.
Editor Choice Image Manchester's Chinatown
Manchester's Chinatown around George Street and Faulkner Street has been a feature of Manchester since the late 1970s. It's a genuine experience - you'll find people on the streets of Chinatown speaking Chinese to each other and most of the signs are bilingual.
Editor Choice ImageThe Quays
From historic sports grounds and iconic museums through to internationally renowned theatre and retail outlets, The Quays has something for all the family.Visit for a couple of hours, a whole day or an evening and dip into a cultural treasure trove of history, heritage, art, music, dance, theatre, sport and cinema. When you are all cultured out, relax at one of the many bars, restaurants or coffee shops or indulge in some retail therapy.
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Opera House

One of Manchester's biggest venues for large theatrical productions, opera, dance and modern West End musicals. This is a very elegant old building, seating 2000. t is the sister to the Palace Theatre which is a similar venue in nearby Oxford Street at its junction with Whitworth Street. It is a Grade II listed building.
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