Manchester guide

"Manchester's got everything except a beach", former Stone Roses front man Ian Brown once said. From football to food, architecture to alcohol - Manchester has the lot in abundance. The are a huge selection of clubs (including the renowned Sankeys and Warehouse Project), plus a fine selection of bars including Cloud Bar, 21 storeys up the Hilton Hotel. Manchester also offers a large selection of hotels and serviced apartments plus some fantastic restaurants.

Latest news from around Manchester

Luminous Disco with The Horrors (DJ Set)

2nd Sep

Following their sold out show at the Albert Hall the same night, The Horror's take to Gorilla for an exclusive DJ set.

Hot Since 82 announces 'Knee Deep in Sound' Tour

2nd Sep

Man of the moment Hot Since '82 takes off on a marathon UK tour this October. Find out more here.

Kosheen UK Tour

2nd Sep

Drum and bass collective Kosheen take off on a UK tour showcasing a plethora of hits sang by their revered vocalist Sian Evans. Find out more here.

Office Listening: Tea Street Band

1st Sep

In the latest round of office listening, we've ran the rule over a band that's poised to take the UK by storm with their indie electro output that's got Liverpool hooked, they're called The Tea Street Band.

Late Nite Tuff Guy in the Mixmag DJ Lab

29th Aug

Deep disco don Late Nite Tuff Guy will be bringing his erstwhile funk live and direct to the Mixmag DJ Labs from 5pm Friday 29th August - watch here.

Shaped presents M.A.N.D.Y (4 Hour Set)

28th Aug

Shaped return this September to welcome M.A.N.D.Y. for a special extended set. Find out more here.

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