On The Table Read, the “Best Entertainment Celebrity Magazine in the UK” find 20% off stay at Native Manchester. Kids Eat Free and family-friendly activities for Easter Holiday this half term, and cultural & entertaining programming at the warehouse in April, plus Terrace re-opening this Spring.
Native Manchester and Ducie Street Warehouse have announced its April programming and Easter happenings for everyone to enjoy; from family films in the Mini Cini and kids eat free in the restaurant, to a dried flower workshop, curated DJs, Sunday Roasts and a Disco Brunch every Saturday, plus re-opening of the beautiful South-facing Terrace in April – perfect for a sun-kissed wine and dine.
Family Friendly Easter Break
The cool aparthotel is perfect for family stays with Two Bedroom and interconnecting apartments available. Native Manchester is one of the only places in the city to offer leisure staycations with large self-contained luxury apartments offering a truly home from home stay.
Located below Native Manchester, is the city’s destination and creative hotspot, Ducie Street Warehouse. This April half term, the restaurant will offer ‘Kids Eat Free’ from the kids’ menu with favourites such as Grandad’s Local Cumberland sausage and Mini Cheshire Beef burger, plus vegan and vegetarian options available.
‘Kids Eat Free’ is valid on Monday to Friday only from the 4th – 22nd April. Applies to DSW Kids Menu only and can be redeemed for up to 3 children up to 12 years of age. 50% discount is available for children up to 16 years of age from DSW main menu. All subject to 2 adults eating at time of offer. Bookings must be made in advance quoting Kids Eat Free.
Over at the Mini Cini, the cinema will show bunny-related and family-friendly films on Sunday 17th April – presenting Peter Rabbit (2018) at 10am, then followed by Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) at 12pm. Tickets are priced at £10 per adult and £8 per child.
The warehouse will also host an Easter Sunday Egg Hunt, in partnership with local artisan chocolatier Cocoa Cabana, from 10am until 12pm – where kids can explore the venue with a basket provided to hunt for hidden eggs and treats around the space. Tickets to participate are priced at £5 per child – which includes the basket.
More April Programming
Yoga Bagel Brunch
Further programming in April includes a special yoga bagel brunch activation with Bread Flower, who currently takes residency at the Counter, as they team up to host Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Emma.
The relaxed and accessible class for all levels will feature meditative and energising elements accompanied by an uplifting playlist, then followed by delicious bagel brunch.
Bagel brunch includes a large spread of freshly baked sourdough bagels, a selection of schmears (flavoured whipped cream cheese) and garnishes. Priced at £30 per person, it also includes drinks plus a bouquet of flowers for guests to take home.
The yoga bagel brunch will take place on Sunday 10th April at 10.30am. Book here: www.breadflower.co.uk/shop/p/yoga-bagel-brunch-april
Dried Flower Workshop
Bread Flower will also curate a two-hour dried flower workshop, where participants will learn on how to choose flowers that dry well, the best way to preserve flowers at home and how to arrange dried flowers into pretty bouquets and manage it to last forever.
The workshop will take place on Thursday 14th April at 6.30pm. Tickets are priced £65 per person which include welcome drink and snacks as well. Book here: www.breadflower.co.uk/shop/p/dried-flowers-workshop
Continuing their series of Saturdays pop-ups to showcase independent Manchester brands and creatives, on Saturday 9th April Ducie Street Warehouse will host ‘Manchester Illustrates’ curated by Manchester based artist Sarah Wilde to feature a collection of illustrations for sale from fellow local artists. Then on Saturday 23rd April the warehouse will host unisex jewellery shop Ninetysix.
Late Night Date Night
April will also see a series of regular programming from Ducie Street Warehouse, including a new residency ‘Late Night Date Night’ hosted monthly on the first Thursday of the month, a new ‘Northern Quarter Album Club’ hosted weekly on a Wednesday, plus Mini Cini regulars from Pawpcorn every Monday, to the monthly ‘Scene It Before’ and ‘Pitch Black Playback’ hosted bi-monthly on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month.
Plus a one-off Manchester screening at the Mini Cini in collaboration with Doc’n Roll to present music documentary Italo Disco Legacy (2018) on Saturday 16th April at 5pm.
Book Tickets Now
To book ticketed programming and check what else is on at Ducie Street Warehouse, please head here: www.duciestreet.com/whats-on
To book the restaurant, including Sunday Roast and Disco Brunch, please head here: www.duciestreet.com/food-and-drink
Ducie Street Warehouse and Native Manchester
Continuing the ‘Be Native’ campaign this year, Native Manchester, part of Native Places UK aparthotel group, will be giving away 22 rooms this month. To be eligible in the year-long room giveaway and 20% off room discounts, sign up to the ‘Be Native’ community here: www.nativeplaces.com/benative (T&Cs apply).
All housed within the warehouse-chic surroundings of the Grade II listed building, Ducie Street Warehouse and Native Manchester, are right in the heart of the city centre – a destination hub of creative concepts with something for everyone.
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