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What’s on? Lots on… Don’t you just love Manchester? It’s the funkiest, edgiest, dirtiest city in the UK. It’s a mish-mash of architecture and a melting pot of people. Living here, we can dip our fingers into many cultural pies and take a nibble of this and a mouthful of that. Below is a list of things to see and do during March that should accommodate all tastes:


  • The John Rylands Library has all sorts of interesting events going on in the next few months.
  • For all things musical, check out the Royal Northern College of MusicManchester Camerata and Band on the Wall. The Bridgewater Hall is “alive with music”.
  • If you’re into music click on this page link for a listing of all the musical happenings in Manchester.
  • Night and Day offer some of the best music from near and far. Whether you like Soul, Jazz or Indie, I’m sure you’ll find something that takes your fancy. Take a look at the link for all upcoming events.
  • Get your dancing shoes on, with salsa dance classes at Matt and Phreds. They run every Thursday, with a beginners class from 7pm – 8pm and an intermediate class from 8pm – 9pm. Take a look at the link for for more information on this and much more.
  • Interested in photography? Want to learn more photography or just see great art, why not visit for more information.
  • In Salford Quays, why not visit the Imperial War Museum North and the Lowry.
  • Hot Bed Press in Salford, offer fine art courses in printmaking, book-making, photo-etching etc.
  • For dance, drama and the spoken word, Contact Theatre has it all.
  • If you like modern architecture then you may be interested in what’s on at CUBE (Centre for the Urban Built Environment).
  • For an all round experience of visiting galleries, shopping and dining visit Salts Mill. It’s a place everyone will enjoy.
  • Salford Museum is hosting many photography exhibitions of life in Salford. Looks good.
  • Want more to do in Manchester? Visit here for further suggestions.
  • For lots of other ideas, reviews and cultural articles, take a look at and