19 of the biggest queues in Manchester’s history including for Sir Alex Ferguson and Britain’s Got Talent
Here are some of the biggest queues Manchester has ever seen at events and happenings over the years.
The British love a good queue, so much so that they have even made headlines in recent years – from queuing for pasta and toilet roll at supermarkets during the pandemic to paying our respects to the late Queen Elizabeth.
Walking through Manchester, you are bound to come across one. Queues can often be spotted outside popular brunch spot Ezra & Gill, for example, or outside the Academy, where fans will camp out before gigs. Most recently, it was Manchester Museum attracting impressive queues following its much-anticipated reopening last month. And there have of course been serious occasions where Mancunians have poignantly queued up out of respect.
Here are some of the times when massive queues have lined the streets of Manchester.