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Turing, a hero of the World War II Bletchley Park codebreakers, came to Manchester and helped to found one of the world's first computers (a copy of which...
Sport, health & fitness
A gay-owned and gay-run sauna that has a round-the-clock licence.
18 Tariff Street
A Gay Village institution, Clone Zone stocks a wide range of gay and lesbian publications - such as obscure, arty and erotic magazines - and, most famously,...
36-38 Sackville Street
If the bland Gay Village soundscape of homogenised house turns your shimmy into a shudder then take refuge at Club Alter Ego, home of evergreen innovative...
105-107 Princess Street
Really two clubs in one, with a large main room and smaller lower level, Cruz is Manchester's oldest gay club - but the (mostly) bright young things on its...
101 Princess Street
Opened by Take That's former manager and de facto king of camp Nigel Martyn Smith, Manchester's first gay superclub took Canal Street by storm when it burst...
8 Minshull Street
Bars & pubs
Lammars was voted Manchester's best bar for two years running (in the Pride of Manchester Awards), its live-mic night (9pm-1am Wed) ups the ante by giving...
57 Hilton Street
A brilliantly disorienting labyrinthine set-up on the site of seminal '60s night-spot the Twisted Wheel. Legends plays host to the original antidote to gay...
4-6 Whitworth Street
Manto was one of the catalysts for Manchester's now-established bar scene, proudly showcasing the creativity and vibrancy of the gay scene behind a glass...
46 Canal Street
Bars & pubs
Tuesday is a big night for karaoke in the Village, and few places are able to better the New Union at one of the area's oldest gay pubs: along with public...
111 Princess Street
A glamorous bar that's a favoured spot in which to warm up before moving on to Essential. Queer serves food accompanied by a chilled soundtrack during the...
4 Canal Street