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Things to do in Manchester this weekend and beyond: 15-17 July 2022

We’ve highlighted some of best local events and activities to keep you entertained this weekend and into next week.

Cinema Sleepover on the Green

The Secret Garden, Cheadle SK8 2BE, Saturday 16 July

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What could be a better way to enjoy the predicted heatwave than to relax with outdoor movies? How about adding overnight camping into the mix?

You can pitch up on Saturday afternoon then enjoy movies from 6pm to sunset.

Ticket info at Eventbrite.

Ordsall Hall Credit: Shutterstock

Alice in Wonderland

Ordsall Hall, Salford, Satuday 16 July

A show to delight little ones as they follow Alice down a rabbit hole into a wonderful world of tea parties and Mad Hatters. With puppetry and live music, doors open at 1pm for a 2pm start, with tickets priced at £12-15 here.

South Pacific

Manchester Opera House, 16-23 July

One of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s best-loved musicals is kicking of its UK and Ireland-wide tour in Manchester. The Opera House plays host to South Pacific in a memorable nine show run before the show moves to London. Tickets from £13 here.

Joe Lycett

Joe Lycett

Palace Theatre, 22-23 July

More, more, more: how do you Lycett how do you Lycett? is the humorous yet somewhat of a mouthful title of Joe Lycett’s comedy tour of the UK - and its coming right here to Manchester.

Head down to the Palace Theatre in the city on either Friday 22 or Saturday 23 July for an evening promised to be full of laughs provided of course by the artist formerly known as Hugo Boss.

Ticket info is here.

Lytham In Bloom's display at the RHS Flower Show at Tatton

RHS Flower Show

Tatton Park, 20-24 July

And next - if heading out into some of the gorgeous sunshine we’ve been having is more your style, this ones for you. The Royal Horticultural Society is encouraging us all to head to Tatton Park from 20-24 July for the return of the RHS Flower Show!

Expect a huge celebration of colour, creativity, community and the positive power of plants suitable for the whole family.

Tickets from £30 here.