Best Things to do in Manchester This Week: 30th June – 6th July 2020

Including comedy, statues and everything you need to know about this Saturday...

XS Malarkey Online
Tuesday 30th June
Once again the team at XS Malarkey have secured a fantastic line-up for their online stand up evening on Tuesday – with super-special guest Richard Herring hitting the top billing this week. Joining him will be Judah Friedlander, Daliso Chaponda and Jasmine Ellis – all watched over with love and grace by compere Toby Hadoke as usual. And it’s free.

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Manchester Statues Guided Tour
Wednesday 1st July
This fella, Ed Glinert, the guy who’s hosting this walking tour, once emailed me after publishing a piece on Hitler and the Midland Hotel. He wasn’t happy at all. He’s “Manchester’s leading tour guide, historian and public speaker” and he said that there were a lot of errors in it. Sorry Ed lad. Anyway – he’ll be hosting a tour this week of Manchester’s statues – examining whether those who are celebrated are ‘Heroes or Villains’. If you’re interested in history then you’ll probably like this – he really knows his stuff. Oh and sorry again for the Hitler thing Ed.

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Drive-In Football – Manchester City V Liverpool
Thursday 2nd July
The football is back and if my limited knowledge is correct – the Premier League shield has been won. Liverpool Wanderers won it last week after a thrilling match up against the Renford Rejects. So this game is pretty pointless then?! Yep. Okay then – no need to tell you that you can watch it at a drive-in cinema from the safety of your Ford Ka then. Okay bye.

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Everything Opens Again!
Saturday 4th July
That’s right – this Saturday is the opening of pretty much most of the city’s bar and restaurant scene. They’ll all have rather strict COVID-19 safety measures in place but you can still go out and have a bloody good time. Hit up our list below of all the places you can go and forget all about this lockdown shite.

Manchester Restaurants You Can Book from 4th July

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