Tuesday Night in Manchester
Thundering towards the peak of the week, the clubs and bars in Manchester open their doors to the thousands of people that simply miss the weekend and can't possibly wait for the next one. So start getting ready, put on some tunes because we're here to help you choose your Tuesdays in Manchester thanks to a perky, party roster of events and things to do.
Last updated on 13th June 2017
Armed with razor sharp axes, wooden targets and great tasting drinks, the Whistle Punks team offer Manchester's more adventurous revellers an unforgettable experience. Guests will take it in turns to hurl axes at wooden targets, with the person hitting bulls-eye the most received a special prize. Trust us, this is one Manchester event that you'll definitely want to try.
Let's be honest, the livin' just don't come cheap these days, but what if there's something to do on a Tuesday in Manchester that promises to alleviate those woes? Join Tusk as their Tenner Tuesdays mean food and drinks deals on pizza, wine and more, all night long.
Consider yourself something of an educated soul when it comes to wine? We think you could potentially learn more, so how about learning from some of the best? Promising blind wine tastings on Tuesdays in Manchester, Veeno add a level of grapes and class to your evening post-Monday.
One of the only venues in the city that seems to be buzzing all week long, Tiger Tiger is a promising choice on any Tuesday night in Manchester. Not only ready to go with affordable drinks and quirky spaces, they keep things going until the early hours of the morning should you have Wednesdays off.
We don't know you lot, but somewhere at about 9am on a Tuesday, we're hungry, so how about planning your night around some of the best grub in the city? Now we're talking. Join the charming and quaint Rosylee for a relaxed meal on a Tuesday night in Manchester that continues to kick-start your week.
If it's a unique Tuesday night in Manchester that you're after, there's one event that's sure to hit your sweet, tiki spot. Join Hula as they hurtle past Monday with DJ Nic Kozubik in tow as he spins a roster of hip hop and reggae beats in their South Pacific inspired basement.