Dead-style parade with street performers and freaky dancing. Take part in the Big Dress Up, and strut your gory stuff on the Capital FM stage for the chance to win prizes. Dare to enter the Haunted Maze in St. Ann’s Square, and keep looking over your shoulder for horrors: Bristol-based artist Filthy Luker has promised to unleash a momentous monster on one (un)lucky Manchester store.
Don’t miss the DJs, a big-screenshowing of Ghostbusters, games, prizes and more in Exchange Square – plus party nights, in-store events and offers from the biggest, baddest namesin shopping, food and drink.
Events across the city centre: Market Street, Exchange Square, Deansgate, St Ann’s Square, New Cathedral Street and King Street. All a short walk from a Metrolink stop.
Fashion in every flavour : From fashion-forward high street brands and boutiques to a tempting range of restaurants and cafes, Manchester Arndale is the perfect venue for shoppers with taste.
Manchester Arndale is delighted to be part of the Read Manchester BookBench Project. As part of Read Manchester, the National Literacy Trust and Manchester City Council have teamed up with Wild in Art to bring their iconic BookBenches to the city.
Trending : AW17 Summer is officially over and the eagerly awaited AW17 trends are in abundance. Many trends are hitting their third or fourth winter season in favour (take the chunky knit and midi skirt combination for example), and that is a wondrous thing. From space-age metallic to head to toe reds, these are the trends worth noting.We have a super-trend on our hands - From scarlet reds at Alexander McQueen to deeper wines at Max Mara, it’s the colour to be seen in this season. We’re not just talking a splash here and there we’re talking head to toe, the bolder the better and seriously full on sex-siren red.