Manchester Pride is an annual festival held traditionally over the August Bank Holiday weekend. Running from the 15th to the 25th of August, culminating in the party weekend, it's going to be 78 hours of non-stop partying! The annual lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender festival features a mix of culture, music, arts, entertainment, films and partying.
The Lowry is just outside of Manchester City Centre, getting there is easy as it is driving distance or you can get a bus or taxi. A spectacular new building it houses 2 theatres, galleries, exhibitions, shops, restaurants and bars. A great shopping experience with a great range of Designer shops with prices lower than the high street.
The Museum of Science and Industry is a great place to visit with new and innovative events for the curious, including previous exhibitions of the Human Body and Doctor Who. Now showing - Take your Place in History 7th October - 31st December.
Manchester Central, once the old Central Railway Station, the Manchester Central is not only an impressive exhibition and events center but also an important local landmark mixing modern architectural flair with Victorian elegance.
Why not try your hand at skating whilst the Ice-Skating rink is in the Spinningfields area of Manchester.
This is the ultimate experience for all movie lovers at the IMAX Cinema.