If you're on the hunt for something a little different, The Wizard's Brunch and Dinner is sure to be one quirky day out. You'll get to embody your favourite fictional witch or wizard and indulge in a grand feast complete with live entertainment and potions aplenty.
Quirky Things To Do In Manchester
No stranger to weird and wacky activities, there's a treasure trove of fun and quirky things to do in Manchester. From bizarre brunches and drunk painting pop ups to virtual golf bars and late night bowl-a-ramas, there's always some strange goings-on. Read our recommendations for cool and quirky things to do in Manchester.
Travel round the world, putting on some of the best greens out there at this immersive golfing experience. The Range is letting you loose across the planet, with tee offs possible via the giant screen. Refuel at their very swish Albatross and Arnold restaurant.
Exit The Room is the latest quirky team building activity to hit the city. Find yourself locked in one of the three escape rooms, themed around murder, bomb disposal and madness, where you must use your logic and team-building skills to find a way to escape before the time runs out.
Celebrate Oktoberfest all year at this quirky Manchester bar. As well as serving a range of German food and drink, Bierkeller regularly hosts live oompah bands. It's the ideal location if you're looking for fun and quirky things to do in Manchester.
Located under Affleck's Palace, this Northern Quarter basement bar is perfect for a quirky night out activity in Manchester. With pool, ping pong, beer and boogieing it's a hub of entertainment.
With delicious food and mind bending mixology, Cane and Grain is full of surprises. With bacon popcorn and eclectic takes on classic cocktails, this quirky bar in the Northern Quarter is perfect for date night or after work drinks.
If there's one thing Manchester loves, it's a secret bar. Tucked away behind launderettes, in basements and disguised as convenience stores, these bars are worth the challenge - how many can you find?
Take a peek behind the scenes at the Piccadilly Beer Mile - a stretch of breweries running through Manchester's railway arches. Enjoy intimate, informational tours of three great microbreweries at this quirky event near Manchester Piccadilly.
Head over to BAB NQ were this March they'll be scouring the surrounding area for some of the very freshest talent. Grab yourself a spot in the audience (or on the stage...) and see some of excellent performers that this city has on offer.