A new free music festival is launching in Manchester city centre this Easter Sunday.
Taking place on The Oast House’s large outdoor terrace, complete with a dedicated stage, the event will run from 1pm in the afternoon until 10pm in the evening.
There is a variety of musicians lined up including bands, solo artists and duos taking to the stage throughout the day with interludes from resident DJs.
The event is not ticketed and is free to attend on a first come, first served basis.
Paradise Island Adventure Golf’s Easter Egg Hunt
Paradise Island Adventure Golf’s annual Egg Hunt at The Trafford Centre is running until Monday 18 April.
All you need to do is find the eight different coloured eggs scattered around each course and complete an egg hunt slip to be entered into to a prize draw to win a prize, including a chocolatey Easter treat.
Entry to the Egg Hunt is free when you book a round of Adventure Golf.
Later this month, King Street Townhouse is celebrating the world of classic Disney animated films with screenings of the latest live action remakes, afternoon tea, cocktails and a selection of brunch courses.
The venue’s very-own exclusive cinema will be screening eight iconic films between Thursday 21 April til Sunday 24 April.
Murder Mystery Nights
If you love Agatha Christie or Sherlock Holmes – or you just enjoy a brilliant night of entertainment and fine dining – then East Lancashire Railway’s Murder Mystery Nights might be for you.
Each murder mystery night features a different theme, cast and riddle to solve.
The next event is called “Malice in Wonderland” which is taking place on Saturday 30 April.
The evening starts at Bury Bolton Street Station at 6:45pm and will finish at about 10:15pm.