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12pm -10pm, Street Party near Palace Hotel The fine minds behind Electrik and Volta are opening up their new venue this weekend behind the Palace Theatre on Oxford Road.
Roth | Tue 23 Aug | Band on the Wall | £13 Philadelphia-based rapper best known for his ode to fraternity life, I Love College. Leonard | Thu 25 Aug | Deaf Institute | £11 Manchester-based artist whose recent album For working lunches, mate dates or just a craving for a top quality burger on a budget, The Blue Pig's Piggy Lunch offer holds all the aces.We’ve got a full preview here for you to check out.Sun 28 Aug, Manchester Road, Chorlton, Manchester, M21 0BQ – participating venues include The Beagle, Font Bar, Marble Beerhouse, Tea Hive, Mary and Archie, Proof and Pi – 10am - 1am, Order Beer Launch at Sawyer’s Arms (pictured) Moorhouse’s Brewery launch their new golden ale this weekend, and they’re marking the occasion with a tasting session at Deansgate’s Sawyer’s Arms. Burgess & Peter Gordon | Fri 2 Sep | Gorilla | £17.50 Charlatans frontman works with the New York composer (Arthur Russell, Suzanne Vega) to produce an offbeat, experimental record. Love | Sat 3 Sep | Band on the Wall | £8 Ten-piece band whose musical style reflects a diverse range of genres including soul, funk, jazz, latin and rhythm 'n' blues.In addition to burger fillings including mouthwatering Maple Smoked Bacon & Cheese or hunger quenching Falafel and Guacamole - both served with fries - there's a great way to shape your own meal with the build-your-own lunch option, which combines a main, pickle and dressing on ciabatta, with fries or with a salad.
All are easy on the purse-strings, nourishing your weekdays for a mere £5 note.
The Beagle and Font Chorlton are both boasting a stellar roster of DJs - the former featuring Aficionado's Moonboots and Jason Boardman spinning Balearic beats on the decks 'til 1am and the latter hosting Summer Soul BBQ's sounds of hip hop, soul, funk and disco by Boutique Beats and Family Affair.
Opting for belly fillers rather than floor fillers, Marble Beerhouse will be home to doughy pop-up I Knead Pizza from 5-9pm, serving up wood-fired delights to swallow with your Manchester brewed ale.
The beer’s called Stray Dog, and was made in conjunction with New Order - yes, that New Order.
It’s the perfect way to kick off a Bank Holiday drinking sesh, but don’t drink too much, or you’ll have a Blue Monday (ha).
On Saturday, they’re launching a brand new weekend-long market at Lowry Outlet, and of course they’ll be hosting the regular Sunday market in West Didsbury.