Film and Movie Bar Nights
If you're looking to tie in your tipple of choice with your favourite moments from the silver screen, then surely you'll be looking for film and movie bar nights in Manchester. With a growing demand to project cinematic masterpieces at one's watering hole, a great number of Manchester bars are transforming their venues into cinemas. From defining points of cinematic history to independent filmmakers, this comprehensive guide will reveal all of Manchester's best creative film and movie bar nights.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Joshua Brooks now plays host to a weekly film club in its spacious bar and night club space. Making a statement of supporting independent and films of cult status, the Cultivate Film Art club has projected films such as The Warriors, A Serbian Film and Dead Snow in the past, and in the near future expect to see the likes of The American Friend and Down By Law on 23rd June. So if you're looking to drink your fair share of rum and get involved with numerous classy film selections, this could be the place for you.
Every Sunday Mojo screens a different movie for you to enjoy in their recently refurbished Rhum Room. In the past films such as 'Die Hard', 'This Is Spinal Tap' and 'Skyfall' have all been projected. Situated in the heart of Deansgate, this venue prides itself on its taste in music and the arts. Mojo also offers an extensive drinks menu for you to sample whilst you sink into one of their many sofas.
Having only opened its doors in 2012 this fully licensed bar has become the hub of the Northern Quarter's arts and music scene. Equipped with a multi-purpose events space, 2022 is capable of putting on art instalments, exhibitions and films in an intimate and creative environment. Film screenings take place regularly, so check their website for details.
Working on three fronts as an events venue, bar and club, Kraak manages to seamlessly craft amazing spectacles from one moment to the next. Habitually this establishment has showcased an array of independent films and documentaries, that cover entertainment and examine current affairs. Kitted out with vintage lights, retro sofas and a catalogue of beers, Kraak will satisfy your thirst for drink and film.