A hidden shop, once forgotten but now the home of sustainability. Giving preloved second-hand goods a new burst of life, the shop stocks a range of quirky clothing, unique books, music and one-off homewares.
One of Manchester’s most prominent theatres since it was established in 1891, the Palace brings the best of national and international theatre, music and comedy to the North West.
At Parmogeddon the team specialise in the Teesside delicacy the chicken Parmo.
Peveril Of The Peak is Manchester’s most iconic pub adorned with the sorts of bottle green, yellow and brown Victorian tiles that are a reclamation yard’s dream.
Pukht at Hatch serves up Pakistani & Indian fusion food. From meals for one to platters for two or four and our entire menu is halal.
This huge three-floor pub, formerly a Victorian warehouse, then an umbrella factory (hence the name), has one of the city centre’s largest beer gardens.
Retro Bar is a longstanding alternative venue which you can find on Sackville Street, just a stone’s throw from the likes of Yes and Joshua Brooks. A cosy space housed within a 1960s modernist building, Retro Bar is suitably fitted out in a, well, retro style. They do food here and the drinks are as well priced as anywhere in […]
Revolution Oxford Road is a go-to for crowd-pleasing nights out in Manchester, whether you’re touring the city or making Revs your destination.
Rio-Mex at Hatch is a Brazilian-Mexican street food fusion by Brazilian Chef Caroline Martins.
Hazel Reeves’ award-winning statue ‘Rise up, women’ – affectionately known as ‘Our Emmeline’ stands St Peter’s Square.
The Royal Northern College of Music is a world-leading conservatoire and thriving music venue with a reputation for attracting talent from across the world.
Sandbar, just off Oxford Road in Manchester, is a well-loved watering hole, with a great selection of ales and some eccentric seating.