May bank holiday to see start of Spring sunshine

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May bank holiday to see start of Spring sunshine

Weather forecasts for the end of May bank holiday are looking good with temperatures expected to increase. We may even finally see the arrival of Spring temperatures – here’s hoping!

 

So what do you have planned for the long weekend? With so many activities planned in and around the city there is something for everyone. Here are some fantastic ideas on how to spend your bank holiday weekend.

 

Spinfest

If sitting outside listening to live music with a couple of beers is your idea of a good time then head to the Oast House in Spinningfields on Sunday. There will be various bands performing live for your entertainment. If the sun does manage to show its face then this is definitely a great place to spend a Sunday afternoon.

 

King Street Festival

King Street will come alive with brass bands, lawn games and free (yes, free!) prosecco. From 28 – 30 May, there will be food, drink, music and free giveaways. You can also get a 1940s make-over at the House of Fraser or play croquet or badminton on the pop-up English garden. Delightful, darling!

 

Chorlton Arts Festival

Head to the southern burbs and mix with the hipsters at the Chorlton Arts Festival. There will be music, comedy, art exhibitions and theatre at pop-up venues throughout the area – it is a mix of all sorts. For more details, check out the Chorlton Arts Festival website.

 

Whitworth Spring Studio

Get the whole family involved in the creative activities run at the Whitworth Art Gallery. Continuing through summer half-term, there is sculpture making, shadow play and story telling sessions that will be loved by the young and old! Plus, if the weather is good, bring a picnic and enjoy the sunshine in Whitworth Park.

 

Beer Nouveau and the Real Junk Food Project

Another weekend, another brew tap. This time it is Beer Nouveau on North Western Street and they are joined by the Real Junk Food Project who serve food that would have gone to waste. It is pay what you want and we think this fare is top quality. Good beer, good food, good times.

 

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