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The Definitive Daft tour of Manchester

The April Fools Day Bit of Rollicking Good Fun: Thursday 1 April

Published on March 29th 2010.


The Definitive Daft tour of Manchester

On the day for satire, laughs, illusion and misrepresentation why not join the most unusual and odd tour of the year.

On Confidential's crazy feast of fun which is the April Fool's Day tour you'll find places you've never ventured to and tell you stories which will surprise, delight and make you laugh.

In other words this is where Manchester's stupid side is revealed in a series of daft diversionary stories about the madcap behaviour and general lunacy of this city past, previous and last week.

Each tour will include some very odd interactivity in which astonishing prizes will be given out. Yes astonishing. Guests will want to write epic poems about them.

Of course there will be pubs. And drink if you want it.

There'll be alleyways too. And cabbages. And something about goats and pigs.

Each tour lasts around two hours, and finishes God only knows where (but in the centre).

The guide for the tour

We're very proud of this tour. It'll be a ball. It'll be just, every-so sightly disturbing. We think it's ground breaking. Or even career breaking.

It's certainly unique.

Price £10 (any pub drinks not included).

Tours times 6pm and 8pm. Click here to book.

Meet outside the Town Hall in Albert Square (next to the fountain, fifteen minutes before the event)

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