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Things to do in Manchester this Bank Holiday weekend

Our round up of the best things to do in Manchester over the Bank Holiday period

What's better than remembering out of nowhere that the weekend is going to last for three days? Very little, so whether you love art, gigs, trips out with the family or having a drink, here's ten of the absolute, not to be missed things going on in Manchester over the next three days.

Immerse yourself and the family in The Lost Carnival
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Immerse yourself and the family in The Lost Carnival

Calling all fans of the weird, macabre and magical. Fancy getting lost inside a freaky fairground cum circus? Theatre creators Wild Rumpus are turning Burrs Country Park in Bury into a Lost Carnival where a once world famous travelling show which disappeared under very strange and mystifying circumstance will magically re-appear...

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By: Rob Martin
Funfairs and street parties - celebrate as First Street becomes our newest neighbourhood
Rob Martin
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Funfairs and street parties - celebrate as First Street becomes our newest neighbourhood

It's HOMEwarming weekend which will see Tony Wilson Place transformed into a contemporary street party complete with long communal tables and a bandstand, featuring a line-up of performances, alongside a rooftop garden party with sets from some of Manchester’s finest DJ’s on the roof of Q-Park First Street.

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By: Rob Martin
The Star Inn on the Cliff mini beer festival
Rob Martin
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The Star Inn on the Cliff mini beer festival

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The country's first ever co-operatively owned pub has got a mini beer festival going on this weekend - get yourself down there and support them!

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Five scenic walks to get you out and about
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Five scenic walks to get you out and about

Get a breath of fresh air over the long weekend with some lovely places to take a walk.

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By: Sam McCaffrey
Chorlton Arts Festival
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Chorlton Arts Festival

There's still plenty to enjoy as the Festival moves towards its close on the 24th.

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By: Rob Martin
Gay bars in Manchester
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Gay bars in Manchester

Ireland has voted on the subject of Gay Marriage (surely just 'marriage'?) so let's remember how important Manchester's Gay Village has been to the equality movement, and what a great place it is for a drink ot bite to eat of a long weekend.

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