5 Things to do in Manchester this February

1. Indulge in Good Cocktails and Good Food at The Jane Eyre

A warm and welcoming neighbourhood bar, serving classic cocktails, an eclectic range of keg and bottled beers with great tasting food Jane Eyre is a must-visit restaurant and bar in the heart of Ancoats.


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2. An Oasis of Calm at House of Books and Friends

Centred around creating community and combating loneliness, House of Books & Friends is a new purpose-led independent bookshop, café and events space in Manchester. From new books for adults and children to coffee and sweet treats, House of Books and Friends is the perfect place for respite the next time you stop by the city.


3. Instagramable Sweet Treats at Fuwa Fuwa

Fuwa Fuwa, meaning “fluffy fluffy” in Japanese, is a soufflé pancake and dessert café. Each of the fluffy pancakes are cooked to perfection creating a delicate balance between a light soufflé and a traditional soft pancake. Not only irresistible in taste, these pancakes look equally irresistible on your instagram feed!


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4. Immerse Yourself in the Latest Films at  Everyman Cinema

Known for its stylish classic interiors and warm atmosphere, Manchester’s Everyman Cinema takes watching films to the next level. With a wide array of mainstream, independent and classic films, special events, and an extensive food and drinks menu to be enjoyed at the bar or in your seat, this cinema is an experience that goes beyond the usual.


5. Appreciate Art The Whitworth

The Whitworth is proudly part of The University of Manchester and was founded in 1889 as The Whitworth Institute and Park in memory of the industrialist Sir Joseph Whitworth. Today the gallery houses a collection of over 55,000 works of art, textiles and wallpaper. Within expansive gallery spaces, exhibitions share a mission to work with communities to use art for positive social change, and actively address what matters most in people’s lives. Alongside the galleries a study centre, learning studio, collection care centre, the gallery connects with the park, communal gardens and outdoor programmes.


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