What's on in Manchester this Easter weekend | Manchester Apartments
03 March 2023

What's on in Manchester this Easter weekend

Have you started counting down to the extra long weekend over Easter? We know we have! We also know that we want to make the most of it, and we bet you do too, which is why we’ve had a look at what’s on in the city so you don’t have to. You’re welcome.


Brunches 'n' lunches

Any eggs-cuse for a brunch and we’re ready to jump on it, and the Easter break is no eggs-ception (sick of these yet? Sorry, not sorry). Here's our favourite brunches in Manchester this Easter weekend.

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Manchester Brunch Social

Flight Club are always hot on delivering the best events, and they’ve delivered yet again over Easter, offering an Easter Brunch Party. Think cheeky sips of prosecco, bottomless pizza, and if you fancy it, some Social Darts to bring that competitive edge.

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Afternoon Tease - The Globe Girls

Are you sick and tired of the typical hot cross buns and crème egg Easter days? Sometimes, you just fancy doing something a bit different – and if so, this is the one for you. Get yourself a ticket to the UK’s finest and most decorated drag act at Hotel Gotham’s GILT. Not only that, but they’re offering an award-winning afternoon tea, along with the option of snacks, sharing platters, and an exclusive Gotham Prosecco drink on arrival. Ummm, sold!

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Hip Hop Orchestra Brunch

The Blues Kitchen KNOW how to deliver, and they understood the assignment this Easter. This bottomless brunch is the perfect nostalgic treat, offering up some of the best food in the city alongside some absolute banger R&B anthems. There’s even a quiz to let you flex your music knowledge on your pals – with prizes up for grabs. Get your dancing shoes on, kid, it’s time to party.

Home comforts

If you’re after a bit of a wind-down weekend over the Easter Break, we get it. It doesn’t have to be all go go go, which is why we’ve come up with a couple of fun options that you can do without going all out.

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Easter baking

You don’t have to be Mary Berry to get your bake on over the Easter break, as there’s options for every skill level. Whether you fancy some Easter-themes cupcakes, or something as easy as cornflake cakes, it’s great fun to get your creative hat on and decorate in the Easter spirit. You also get to eat your treats after – if that isn’t a win win, we don’t know what is.

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Easter Egg Hunt

You can do this with friends, family, or roommates – the more the merrier. Grab yourself a bag of chocolate eggs from the shop, and pick your location. You can host at home, or a local outside space to make things a bit more interesting.

Once you start hiding, you’ll find some really creative spots to sneak your eggs into; we’d love to hear about the best place you hid or found an egg on our socials!

However you end up spending this Easter, we're super egg-cited to hear about it. Keep us in the loop over on socials @mapartments_.