What’s new on the Manchester guide: events to enjoy in January 2022

We’ve put together a video guide on what to do after Christmas.

Once the hustle and bustle of the Christmas festivities slowly fades, January can be a much quieter month, but even though things have slowed down, that doesn’t mean there isn’t something to do in just yet. the city-region.

Revolution against cancer: science, innovation and hope

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The Museum of Science and Industry offers visitors the chance to explore the scientific revolution that is transforming cancer care. The free exhibit explores how cancer has been treated over the centuries as well as the stories of people living with, treating and affected by cancer today.

You can buy tickets here.

SEALIFE Manchester

Maybe you fancy trying something new in 2022? Well if you’re a shark fan but diving into the depths isn’t quite what you’re looking for, SEA LIFE Manchester has launched a new snorkel cage experience that lets people get up close and personal like never before.

With over 1000 creatures from the depths at the Trafford Center Marine Life Aquarium, the surface snorkeling session allows you to get up close and personal with some incredible creatures.

You can buy tickets here.

Van Gogh alive

After welcoming more than 120,000 visitors since its launch in October, the world’s most visited multisensory experience, Van Gogh Alive, will remain in Media City for another month until the end of February.

Prepare to transcend time and space as you accompany Van Gogh on a journey to the places where he has created many of his timeless masterpieces. Created by Grande Experiences, the immersive exhibition presents 3,000 images that have defined him as an artist.

You can buy tickets here.

Stick Man – The Lowry

If you’re not quite ready to let go of the Christmas spirit, there’s still time to see Stick Man ending at The Lowry this weekend.

It tells the story of an unfortunate Stick Man who gets lost while jogging and is desperate to get back in the family tree. The award-winning production features a trio of actors and is packed with puppets, songs, live music and funky moves.

You can buy tickets here.

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