What’s on in Manchester?

By March 8, 2019 Blog-Manchester
Photo: manchestertheatres.com

From the latest tour hitting the city to a grand day celebrating all things Irish, here’s your monthly run down of events happening throughout March.

 

It’s a Great Day For The Irish
A sea of green is set to flood the city until St.Patrick’s Day (17th March) to commemorate all things Irish for the return of Manchester’s Irish Festival. A carnival atmosphere will consume Manchester with a variety of venues, hosting everything from live music and comedy nights to Irish markets and the ever popular St Patrick’s Day Parade. The festival is suitable for all ages, just remember to wear green!

Manchesteririshfestival.co.uk

 

Wedding Bells
Calling all brides and grooms-to-be! Find all the Pinterest-worthy inspiration you could wish for under one roof at The National Wedding Show, set to return to EventCity 9th – 10th March. Discover the latest wedding trends from the finest supplies, learn top-tips from the industry experts, spot the dream dress on the catwalk and indulge in wedding cake heaven.

Nationalweddingshow.co.uk

 

It’s a Rap
The infamous hip-hop and contemporary music artist, Drake, is set to hit the UK for ‘The Assassination Vacation Tour’ this month. The chart dominating powerhouse will be taking to the stage at Manchester Arena for two nights on 10th – 11th March.

Manchester-arena.com

 

Baby Steps
The UK’S biggest Baby and Toddler Show returns to EventCity from 15th – 17th March, with an unbeatable line-up of top brands, a drop-in advice centre and parenting workshops on everything from first aid to birthing options.

Parents can learn from expert speakers and spread their budget further with the best price guarantee on baby products and furniture.

Babyandtoddlershow.co.uk

 

As Far As The Eye Can Sea
Immerse yourself in the mysteries of the deep blue and its residents at Manchester Arena 27th March. BAFTA Award winning television series winner, Blue Planet II, showcase stunning visuals of the underwater natural wonders, projected on a state of the art 200 square metre 4K Ultra HD LED screen.

Manchester-arena.com

 

Do You Hear The People Sing?
Manchester Palace Theatre is set to host the stage production of Boublil and Schönberg’s musical, Les Misérables, jam-packed with incredible vocals, broken dreams and fierce passion. The enduring and beloved musical is scheduled to run until 30th March, featuring timeless classics, “I Dreamed A Dream”, “Bring Him Home”, “One Day More” and “On My Own”.

Manchestertheatres.com