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Your What’s On Guide: Things to do this October

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aAh! rounds up the best things to do in Manchester this month.


Enjoy an entire day of gaming followed by an after-show and after-party at the Union. There will be a huge games library on offer, as well as traders, quizzes and giveaways throughout the day. Afterwards, relax and enjoy the entertaining Jon Gracey and the hilarious Werewolf: Live Show.


Gallery Oldham are holding an affordable workshop creating handmade Macrame pieces. StudioDawn creates stunning handwoven Macrame pieces found at craft markets all over the UK. It’s a great opportunity to learn something fun and make your own piece as a gift.


The Welsh bass-baritone, Sir Bryn Terfel performs an evening dedicated to the world of ‘Songs and Arias’ at The Bridgewater Hall. Bringing together a selection of his signature roles, he’ll be joined by conductor Gareth Jones and accompanied by Sinfonia Cymru.


What might the future hold for mankind? Manchester’s Science Festival hopes to find out. Hosted at the iconic Science and Industry Museum, it’s one of the most popular festivals in the UK and will feature world premieres, inspiring experiences and entertaining events.


A scare attraction crossed with a fan convention, ‘For the Love of Horror’ is back for its fourth year. Held at BEC arena, special guests include American voice actor Roger L. Jackson, The Shining’s Grady twins Louise and Lisa Burns, and a performance by Slipknot’s Corey Taylor.


Manchester’s favourite rapper is back in town. Topping charts with his first single back in 2019, Aitch has gone on to become a household name, collaborating with the likes of Young T and Bugsey. A hometown gig at Victoria Warehouse will see him celebrate his new album Close To Home, in a show not to be missed.

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