Are you struggling to find something fun to do? Well, here’s five things that might keep you busy this weekend in Manchester.
1. Bottomless Brunch at Dirty Martini | 1 Peter St, Manchester M2 5QR
Shake up your weekend with these bottomless martinis – launching this Saturday. But it doesn’t stop there! There’s bottomless prosecco too, all for just £25, including a delicious brunch. Take your pick from classic cocktails and the bar’s favourites concoctions: including the Passionfruit Martini, the Blood Orange and Vanilla Martini, the Mango and Chilli Martini, the French Martini and the Espresso Martini. Vegetarians can enjoy this bottomless brunch too. Find out more at dirtymartini.uk.com.
2. TeamSport Indoor Karting | Manchester Victoria Station, Hunts Bank, Manchester M3 1AR
If you’re looking for something a little less boozy, try racing around a go-kart track in Manchester. TeamSport is the UK’s biggest go-karting company, so there’s no reason to hold back. Get ready, set and go around a 550m circuit that’s only a small walk from Victoria Station. The average lap time is 45 seconds, do you think you could beat it? Take on the challenge by visiting team-sport.co.uk.
3. Music at Chorlton Irish Club | Irish Association Social Club, High Ln, Manchester M21 9DJ
This Saturday, a double album launch is happening at the Chorlton Irish Club. If you have soft spot for Folk music this one’s for you because Manchester artists Mike McGoldrick and Dezi Donnelly are bringing us their brand new album alongside Angela Durcan’s new release. If you’re unfamiliar with these cult Mancunians, you can find out more about them and the event at chorltonirishclub.co.uk.
4. Comedy at Frog and Bucket | 102 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LJ
If you’re looking for a barrel of laughs, Frog and Bucket have got you covered! Every Friday and Saturday their Barrel of Laughs show takes place. They never fail to bring three top national and international acts – plus one of Frog and Bucket’s own hosts. The show starts at around 8pm, so don’t miss it. Find out more about the event and grab some tickets at frogandbucket.ticketsolve.com.
5. Survive a Zombie Apocalypse at Zombie Uprising | Stockport SK3 0AG
We’ve saved the coolest fun thing to do ’til last! You might not be feeling cocktails, racing or laughing at some top humour, but you might feel like surviving a zombie apocalypse – right? This zombie game might be infectious and have you coming back for more as you fight the undead in an abandoned seven-story building. Armed with an airsoft weapon, you must fight your way through the ‘outbreak zone’ and take on other characters that only want to infect you. You can find out more at zombieuprising.co.uk.