One of the country's most popular food festivals, Wing Fest is heading to Manchester for its first ever northern takeover. Head to the city centre for all things chicken wing, as the foodie favourite beings you a stunning selection of food from vendors, restaurants and more.
Quirky Events In The UK
It's a funny old place the UK, from our customs to our sense of humour, their ain't nought as strange as British folk. Naturally, we're a nation chock full of wacky events, from pop up operas to kooky music festivals and epic tribute nights. We've rounded up the best of the quirky events in the UK so you can check out the weird stuff these weird people get up to on their days off.
Catch the magic of Shakespeare in your local pub, as Fuller's are bringing you 'Romeo and Juliet' or 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' in beer gardens across the country. Soak in some culture and hopefully catch a tan while sipping a cold brew, perfect for quirky date or family days out.
Dreamland Margate is the classic British seaside experience, so make the most of it. Check out the Ferris wheel, bumper cars, open-air cinema and more with an unlimited rides ticket, where a whole world of fun activities and entertainment will be at your fingertips.
Taking their screens up and down the country this summer, Cinestock has got your summer date nights all wrapped up with their selection of classic and contemporary films, from Bohemian Rhapsody to Jurassic Park.
Crazy Bear Beaconsfield is hosting one heck of a crazy bear pool party with an afternoon and evening of pool-side entertainment. Guest DJs, soul vocalists and plenty more will be on offer with a Thai-inspired buffet to keep you fuelled.
One of the best quirky UK events, this travelling tour of pop up operas brings classic opera to unusual spaces to make it fun, friendly and accessible for a new generation of opera-goers.
Take a walk on the wild side at this quirky UK pop up. Head on over to the wild wild west and step inside the Moonshine Saloon for cocktails and sheriff-dodging with the coolest moonshine smugglers in town.
Popping up in Bournemouth and intu Lakeside, this unique family attraction will have you walking on the ceiling and climbing the walls as you experience life within the Upside Down House.
Oxford's George Street Social is taking away the post-summer blues with a unique celebration of all things gin. Head down to the city centre spot for the chance to sip on bottomless G&Ts, meet and mingle with the makers and catch some great acoustic acts and DJ sets.
Get ready to really dance in the dark as this Bruce Springsteen-themed club night is working its way across the UK for an epic tour of the biggest bangers from The Boss.
From Hyde Hall to Hainault Forest, this fun and friendly outdoor cinema will be bringing its big screen to locations across Essex with some family favourites, including Grease and The Greatest Showman, and the last night of the BBC Proms.