Unlimited pizza, a bottle of bubbly per person and a whack on the state-of-the-art darts board, Flight Club is the place to spend your weekends. Their brunch is the perfect excuse to get your weekend mischief started early, with room for birthday parties and larger groups if necessary.
Best Events in March
What's that we see? A daffodil? A bunny? A little ray of warmth breaking through the clouds? Oh goodie, it's finally spring. If you're looking for things to do in Manchester in March, look no further than our guide that's full of the joys of spring. And by 'joys', we mean cocktails, nights out, parties, gigs and massive St Patrick's Day parties. So look at the best events in March in Manchester and get out of that winter rut.
Is it a club night or is it a spiritual experience? Whatever it is, Ultimate Power is something that every party-loving person should enjoy, with the greatest songs ever written sung at the top of your lungs with everybody around you.
While you may have known about Scotland, Ireland and even America, did you know that Japan has a stellar whisky scene. Peter Street Kitchen is showing you some of their best bottles at this boozy masterclass, with three cocktails and four whiskies per person (don't worry there's nibbles too).
The days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer, and everyone's a happy spring bunny, but for a proper laugh head over to Frog & Bucket Comedy Club. Taking place each Friday, the comedy show includes three acts and a compere, all of whom will have you rolling in the aisles.
You know what March needs? It needs more beer and this unique event in the city is here to give you just that. Join the Manchester Microbrewery Walking Tour as you make your way around some of the best brewing names in the city, glugging down the good stuff as you go along.
St Patrick's Day in Manchester might just be one of our favourite times of the year. Guinness? Check. Raucous parties going deep into the night? Double check. Excuses to wear fun hats while dancing to traditional music? There's all that and more at these Manchester St Patrick's Day parties.