Our Top Picks for Manchester in March

    The QX Gay Manchester City Guide is your ultimate download-and-keep guide to Manchester’s vibrant LGBT scene; from the cobbles of Canal Street, to the bright lights of the Northern Quarter & beyond – Manchester’s Gay Scene really does have something for everyone and below are our top picks for Manchester, for the month ahead! 

    Our free monthly map is available across gay village venues, accommodation centres across Greater Manchester & tourist information centres in Manchester Piccadilly Train Station & Arndale Shopping Centre.

    QX’s TOP PICKS FOR MARCH IN GAY MANCHESTER

    Unicorn Extravaganza 9th of March

    Cruz 101, 101 Princess Street M1 6DD

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    Who SAYS unicorns aren’t real? They sure are over at Cruz 101 and to celebrate they’re throwing a party in their honour. Get a horn on and comb that rainbow mane, it’s time to clip-clop down to Cruz. Performing will be mythical creatures Cheddar Gorgeous, Donna Trump and Anna Phyletic who ALWAYS turn the party. The Almighty Donald will be serving up the evening’s Chart, Cheese and Dance hits so you can knock back those £6 doubles and get slut dropping. If you’re struggling to think how to get into the rainbow spirit, they’re giving out rainbow masks, unicorn cocktails and lovely sweeties.

    CLICK HERE to find out more about Cruz 101.

     

    Pizza and Pop & Popcorn at the Movies 10th of March

    G-A-Y Manchester, 63 Richmond Street M1 3WB
     

    Let’s all go to the MOVIES! On this Sunday, popular watering hole G-A-Y are serving up chilled vibes with a day of Pizza and Pop, where you can groove to some commercial pop whilst curing that hangover with FREE pizza. Hangover food is a must after a Saturday night in Manchester, so why not grab some slices courtesy of G-A-Y. Upstairs they’re screening A Star is Born with a side of FREE popcorn. PLUS all drinks are £1.60. What’s not to love?

     

    Lisa Q Jones does Sunday Service 10th of March

    Eagle Bar Manchester, 15 Bloom Street M1 3HZ

    If you slept in and didn’t make it to Sunday School, you can get your fill of Sunday Service over at Eagle Manchester. Arriving in a puff of fag-smoke will be international drag delinquent Lisa Q Jones, who’ll be giving you an afternoon of cabaret followed by caressing some bingo balls. Keeping things bopping will be DJ Daddy Gary who’ll be in charge of the hymn service. Gay hymns of course. Madonna, Kylie, Gaga. Who needs to Hail Mary when you can Hail Lisa Q?

     

    Village’s Got Talent 10th of March

    100 Bloom Street, M3 3LY

    Fancy showcasing your twerking talent? Or maybe you have a knack for juggling? Whatever your talent, let it be known at Village’s Got Talent. In aid of the George House Trust, they’re showcasing the queermunity’s shining stars. Making a special guest appearance will be Kelly Llorenna, who’s vocals will make this an evening you DON’T want to miss out on. If you’d like to take part, shoot a message over to [email protected] to enter! Grab yourself a few drinks, get dancing and enjoy some quality performances from Manchester’s rising stars. Tickets are available NOW at Skiddle.com.

    CLICK HERE to find out more about Bloom.

    3L Fetish Social 30th of March

    REM Bar, 33 Sackville Street M1 3LZ
     

    Get your gear on and head on over! A night for all things fetish, 3L is the monthly night where like-minded lads come together in the name of naughtiness. They’re serving up happy hour drink prices all night long. It’s an unmissable night for anyone who’s into getting kitted out and getting their rocks off. Behind the decks will be DJ Andrew Clarke, the man behind Moodybear. Whack on those black leather boots and head on down to REM Bar.

     
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