Things to do in Manchester this weekend (24 – 26 March 2017)

Lowry Outlet Makers Market

Welcome to Pocket Manchester’s 5 things to do in Manchester this weekend guide!

Here you will find some of the best things to do in Manchester between Friday 24th and Sunday 26th March 2017, including shows, music, sport, comedy and more!

Lowry Outlet / Didsbury Makers Market

Lowry Outlet and Didsbury’s fabulous Makers Markets are back in style, bringing an array of quality artisan foods, drinks and award-winning craftsmen to their stalls.

When: Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th March (Lowry Outlet), Sunday 26th March (Didsbury)

Where: Lowry Outlet, Burton Rd / Nell Lane

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Anthony Crolla v Jorge Linares II

Anthony Crolla goes face to face with Jorge Linares in a rematch for the WBA, WBC Diamond and Ring magazine World Lightweight titles.

When: Saturday 25th March

Where: Manchester Arena

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The Woman in Black

Susan Hill’s acclaimed ghost story comes dramatically alive in Stephen Mallatratt’s ingenious stage adaptation. This gripping production, directed by Robin Herford, is a brilliantly successful study in atmosphere, illusion and controlled horror.

When: Until Saturday 25th March

Where: Lowry Theatre

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FAC 51: The Haçienda

FAC 51: The Hacienda’s next Manchester event sees it return to The Albert Hall with another top-class line-up featuring house legends Kerri Chandler and Derrick Carter.

When: Albert Hall

Where: Friday 24th March

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Spectacular Classics

A sensational show of great classics, dazzling lasers and special effects, including an explosive 1812 Overture complete with cannon effects and indoor firework finale.

When: Saturday 25th March

Where: Bridgewater Hall

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Blue Colour Run

Providing fun for all the family, the latest addition to the CITC event calendar is a 5km run where thousands of City fans will be covered in blue powder.

When: Sunday 26th March

Where: Etihad Campus

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Ahilan Ratnamohan: Michael Essien I want to play as you…

Michael Essien I want to play as you… is a powerful and explosive football-dance-theatre performance exploring the line between hope and desperation for young African footballers who migrate to Europe to play professionally.

When: Friday 24th March

Where: Contact Theatre

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