From 21:00, across all of Ducie Street Warehouse, they’ll be hosting a fun and frivolous NYE accompanied by the super fresh and damn fine DJ Claud Cunningham.
The Restaurant at Ducie Street Warehouse
Three course dinner:
£39 per person
Two cocktails and snacks: £17.50 per person
Book your table here.
Free and open to all (no tickets needed), Manchester’s New Year’s Eve fireworks display will be outside Manchester Cathedral, less than 20 minutes’ walk from Native Manchester.
There’ll be music, a DJ, a big screen and a proper countdown, with festivities kicking off around 10.30pm. The fireworks themselves are a brilliant ten minute display on the stroke of midnight.
Keep in mind, though, it’s an alcohol-free event, so there’ll be no bar or booze allowed in.
Something a little bit different
Light it up
For a New Year’s Eve like no other, head to Bowlers for Carnival of Light’s Magical Lantern Rave. A kaleidoscopic array of lanterns and mesmerising visuals await, along with banging tunes, headlined by DJ Jaguar Skills.
Laugh it up
Skip the party scene altogether and treat yourself to a slap up meal and some class acts at Comedy Store Manchester, Deansgate Locks. Enjoy the comedic ramblings of Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Jeff Innocent, The Noise Next Door, Laura Lexx and Markus Birdman, either at 6pm or 9pm.
Glam it up
Dress to kill and head to Peaky Blinders Bar, where their Roaring 20s Party will be ringing in the new decade with flat caps, flappers and live bands. Here you’ll dance into the early hours and perhaps win a bottle of bubbly, awarded to the best dressed partygoer of the night.
Oompah it up
Step off the streets of Manchester and into Germany at Albert’s Schloss’ New Year’s Eve: The Zero Hour. Bid a fond auf wiedersehen to 2019 with burlesque, cabaret, dancing and more, all to the tune of Albert’s Haus Band and a stein or two (or three, or four…) from their Bier Palace.
Welcome 2020 like a Mancunian at our Manchester aparthotel.