CELEBRATE CORN EXCHANGE’S SEVENTH SUMMER IN THE CITY

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Summer at the Corn Exchange, Manchester promises to have something for everyone. The iconic Manchester food and drink destination is celebrating seven years in the city this August and there is a whole host of things planned for all the family to help celebrate.

TAKE THE CHILDREN ROUND THE WORLD OVER THE SUMMER HOLIDAYS AT THE CORN EXCHANGE

Not going abroad this school summer holidays? Fear not as the Corn Exchange in Manchester is hosting some FREE craft workshops every Wednesday throughout August, perfect to keep the young ones entertained no matter the weather.

Kicking off on 3rd August there will be five 30 minute craft sessions running from 11 am to 4pm where kids will learn about the food, the national flags and national anthems of different countries each week.

All participants will receive their own special passport and get a stamp from the country of their workshop, encouraging them to come back and travel round the rest of the world with the Corn Exchange over the summer. They will also get a free recipe to take home to try and recreate the country’s delicacies at home.

The five weeks will include tastes of Italy, Germany, Greece, India and Great Britain. Some of the Corn Exchange’s many restaurants will be getting involved to share their unique tastes of their countries of origin. Most restaurants at Corn Exchange have menus designed with kids in mind.

The Italy workshop will see kids create art using dried pasta. As part of the Greek workshops they can make their very own laurel crown to whisk them back to Ancient Greece. If you choose the India workshops the children can make their very own elephant mask using jewels.

The workshops will be a great way to give the children a taste of countries around the world, without having to pack for the airport. Plus, even better, you can get to sample the great restaurants and bars under the historic Corn Exchange’s roof with all the family, following the workshops.

So spread the word and the kids can meet up with their friends at the Corn Exchange, learn something new and mums dads, grandparents and carers can grab a delicious meal and a few drinks – may be even pretend they’re abroad. The Corn Exchange promises to make everyone’s experience a special one.

LIVE MUSIC THURSDAYS RETURNS FROM 4TH AUGUST

Thursday evenings during August will see live music return to the Corn Exchange’s stunning Edwardian atrium. There will be live acoustic performances of well-known classics from professional musicians from 6pm to 9pm.

It’s a great way to spend an listening to live music whilst drinking and dining with family and friends in this historic building in the heart of the city. With an amazing array of restaurants and bars from all corners of the world, the Corn Exchange has something for everyone.

For more information visit cornexchangemanchester

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