Something For The Weekend: Fri 28 – Sun 30 March

1. Mother’s Day at The Lowry Restaurant – Sun 30 March

Join us this Mothering Sunday for a special lunch at The Lowry Restaurant surrounded by stunning waterside views.

In addition to our delicious seasonal menu, we’re offering a Sunday roast option. Our chefs use quality ingredients from the North-West and beyond to bring you modern British dishes with style.

The relaxed yet stylish surroundings of The Lowry Restaurant are perfect to bring the family together and enjoy this special day. Plus all mums dining will recevie a free glass of prosecco on arrival.

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2. ABC – Sat 29 March

Following the acclaimed 30th anniversary concert last year inLondon, ABC will be taking The Lexicon of Love out on the road with a full Orchestra.

ABC will perform the album in its entirety and will be accompanied by Southbank Sinfonia and conducted by critically acclaimed musician and composer, Anne Dudley.

ABC were one of those groups who come along once a decade to effect a paradigm shift in the way music is heard and made, one of those groups who move the music forward, alerting us to the possibilities of strange combinations, employing radical ideas yet never confusing arrogance with ambition. They kick started the Eighties with their own brand of pop for the ‘new decade’.

Fusing dance floor finesse with a post-punk attitude they released their first single, ‘Tears Are Not Enough’, in the autumn of 1981. More hits followed in rapid succession. ‘Poison Arrow’, ‘The Look Of Love’ and ‘All Of My Heart’. On its release in May 1982 their debut album The Lexicon of Love crashed straight into the album charts at number one.

3. Spring Into Harmony – Sun 30 March

Join the award winning Manchester Lesbian & Gay Chorus on an afternoon journey through songs from musical theatre.

A living, growing community where everyone is welcome to discover the joy of singing together, the MLGC create their own special kind of magic, with support from the Liverpool LGBT Choir, in this varied and entertaining programme of music from the musicals.

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