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Bollox, at Legends.
Alternative pop/indie night every 3rd Friday of the month.
Club Fizz, Carlton Club, Carlton Rd.
Women only 2nd Friday of the month 9pm-1am. £5 (search facebook)
Club Lash, at Legends.
Mixed fetish/SM night 2nd Saturday of the month.
Federation, at The Ritz.
Mainly gay male every bank holiday.
Homoelectric, at Legends.
Clubnight every other month in Manchester and London for homos, heteros, lesbos and don't knows. "A clubland mongrel with a big heart and an open mind."
Poptastic, at Alter Ego.
A club night where "Indie Kids and Pop Queens come together to dance, drink and get leathered while dancing to their favourite tunes."
Tel: 07974 248 247
Morning Glory, at Queer.
After hours gay bar every Saturday night (Sunday morning) - Every Sun 3:00 AM - 10:00 AM.
Manbears present Hairy!, at Legends.
Bear night 2nd Saturday of every month.
Out To The Theatre.
OTT has been running for 15 years arranging outings to theatre, cinema, concerts, art exhibitions and circulates these by e-mail. You are free to choose what you'd like to go to and sometimes the group meets before the theatre for a meal (again this is your choice). It's a good way to meet people, have an interesting evening and have something to talk about. Members can also choose events and organise them
Albert Kennedy Trust, 5 Oak Street,
Northern Quarter, M4 5JD.
Supports young LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made homeless or living in a hostile environment.
Tel: 0161 228 3308
Website: www.akt.org.uk Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crisis Point, 24 Albert Road, Levenshulme, M19 2FP.
Mental health support and short term crisis accommodation.
Tel: 0161 225 9500
Eclypse Lifeline, 73 Ardwick Green North, M12 6FX.
Young Persons drug and alcohol support service, Mon-Fri 9 till 5, thurs till 7pm
Tel: 0161 273 6686
Website: http://www.lifeline-eclypse.org.uk/ Email: email@example.com
The Lesbian & Gay Foundation, Number 5, Richmond Street, M1 3HF.
for all your LGB information and services
Tel: 08453 30 30 30
The City Centre Project, 52 Oldham Street.
Project works with 16-25 yrs who's primary disadvantage is homelessness.
Tel: 0161 228 3308 or 0161 228 3309
Kath Locke Centre, 123 Moss Lane East, Hulme, M15 5DD.
Combines conventional NHS healthcare alongside complementary therapies to offer a complete approach to health and well-being.
Tel: 0161 455 0211
Brasserie Chez Gerrard, 2-8 Commercial Union House, M2 6LW.
Gay friendly brasserie.
Tel: 0161 834 7633
Croma Manchester, 1 Clarance St, M2 4DE.
Traditional and innovative Italian pizzas, using the finest ingredients from the best suppliers.
Tel: 0161 237 9799
Drip Coffee, 57 Hilton St, M1 2EJ.
relaxed and friendly coffee bar
Tel: 0161 235 5100
Eighth Day, 111 Oxford Road.
100% vegetarian with many meals also being vegan.
Tel: 0161 273 1850
Genghis Khans, 16 Chorlton St.
Tel: 0161 228 1631