The Manchester Music Tour from New Manchester Walks

On the Manchester Music Tour, the New Manchester Walks team take you to the places where Manchester music history was made: from Piccadilly Gardens where Buzzcocks had their photo taken for the cover of the first do-it-yourself punk record, “Spiral Scratch”, and where in the film 24 Hour Party People the young Happy Mondays try to feed the pigeons crack cocaine; to Dry Bar; the Hacienda; the Free Trade Hall; the Ritz; the Boardwalk; and the basement record shop where Morrissey once worked – yes! – for five minutes, resulting in a depression that inspired those great opening lines from “Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now”.

Manchester, so much to answer for, as the man sang…

Meet at HOME

No need to book, just turn up and pay on arrival.

More information at the New Manchester Walks website.