Ahead of Valentine’s Day this Sunday (14th), Manchester’s Corn Exchange is to unveil a special ‘Messages from Manchester’ mural that is expected to bring positivity to residents on the international celebration of romance, add a dash of history to the city via some celebrity portraits, as well as raise money for We Love MCR.
The imminent move from lockdown to ‘tier 2’ brings with it the opening of a few fun venues, though not with all the fun of pre-COVID-19 restrictions. We at Vada round up what we’re looking forward to most over the festive period across London
Dragony Aunts The Podcast, hosted by Crystal Rasmussen and Candy Warhol will launch on Comedy Central UK on 24 November.
Despite the lockdown restrictions, the magic of Christmas at Kew is going ahead, and this year with a new partnership with chocolate company Montezuma’s.
To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the Corn Exchange Manchester is inviting its guests to share their stories of missed celebrations or to nominate deserving individuals to be granted a surprise Corn Exchange treat.
Manchester Pride has today released the schedule for its Alternative Manchester Pride Festival over August bank holiday weekend.
The Refuge will be offering a refined and socially distanced version of Manchester’s much loved Come As You Are weekend – allowing guests to celebrate safely on this August Bank Holiday.
Paradiso from Barcelona, ranked number 20 of the World’s Best Bars, will be available as a pop-up at 100 Wardour St, London in the first week of March.
Mama Shelter, the hotel in East London, is hosting a drag bingo night on 28 February with John Sizzle, Just May, Honey Foxx and Margo Marshall
Milroys, the Whisky specialists originally of Soho, have launched a series of combined whisky tasting and comedy nights.