Photo Booth Hire Manchester CityAre you having a 16th Birthday Party, a 21st Birthday Party, a 30th Birthday Party, a 40th Birthday Party, a 50th Birthday Party, a 60th Birthday Party or maybe even a 70th Birthday Party? Are you having an Engagement Party or maybe celebrating a special Wedding Anniversary, or maybe its the most important day in your life, your Wedding Day. Maybe you are celebrating a Bar Mitzva or Bat Mitzvah? Look no further for the ultimate in guest entertainment, our Photo Booths provide a fun and exciting experience and also lets your guests take home a keep sake from your special event. All our Photo Booth Hire include the following,
- Up to 3 hours service (additional hours can be purchased)
- Box full of props, Hats, Wigs, Moustache etc etc
- Unlimited Booth visits for the duration of the event
- Friendly and knowledgeable on-site technician
- Setup and breakdown of the booth
- High resolution digital image files delivered on DVD.
- Custom banner applied to prints
- Upload of all images to Facebook
- Upload of all images to your own Web Page
For the very best in Photo Booth Hire Manchester please contact us on 07799 571653 or fill out the contact form on our Photo Booth Hire contact page.
So you have picked Manchester as the choice of location to hire your Photo Booth, but which Manchester venue should you use. Here are some of UK Photo Booths favourite venues.
Best Manchester party venues to have a Photo Booth,
- The Bridgewater Hall
- The Castlefield Rooms
- Event City
- Hilton Manchester Airport
- Hilton Hotel Deansgate
- Imperial War Museum North
- The Lowry Hotel
- Manchester City Football Club
- Manchester United Football Club
- Manchester Conference Center and Days Hotel
- Manchester Metropolitan University
- The Monastery Manchester
- The Palace Hotel
- Radisson Blue Edwardian
- The Studio Manchester
- B Lounge at the Bridge
- The Circle Club
- The Comedy Store
- Daytona Manchester
- Dragon fly Club / Sugar Buddha
- Flixton House
- Hard Rock Cafe Manchester
- The Light
- Longfords Conference and Events Centre
- Manchester 235
- Manchester Marriott Victoria and Albert Hotel
- Manchester Velodrome
- The Mechanics Centre
- The Midland
- The National Football Museum
- Novotel Manchester West
- Park Inn Manchester Victoria
- Pitcher and Piano Manchester
- Rain Bar
- Sachas Spa Hotel Manchester
- SOL House
- Stock Restaurant
- Tiger Tiger Manchester
- Victoria Warehouse
- Walrus Canteen and Lounge
- Waxy O’Connors Manchester
- Zinc Bar and Grill Manchester
Manchester Visitor Information Centre
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Manchester is a city and metropolitan borough in North West England with a population of 510,700 (2012 est.,). Since 2001, population has grown by 20.8% (87,900), making it the fastest growing city in Britain. It lies within the United Kingdom’s second most populous urban area which has a population of 2,553,379. Manchester is located in the south-central part of North West England, fringed by the Cheshire Plain to the south and the Pennines to the north and east, and an arc of towns with which it forms a continuous conurbation. The local authority is Manchester City Council, and the city’s inhabitants are referred to as Mancunians /mæŋkˈjuːnɪənz/.
The recorded history of Manchester began with the civilian settlement associated with the Roman fort of Mamucium, which was established in c. 79 CE on a sandstone bluff near the confluence of the rivers Medlock and Irwell. Historically, Manchester was in Lancashire, although areas of Cheshire, south of theRiver Mersey were incorporated into the city during the 20th century. Throughout the Middle Ages Manchester remained a manorial township but began to expand “at an astonishing rate” around the turn of the 19th century.
Manchester’s unplanned urbanisation was brought on by a boom in textile manufacture during the Industrial Revolution, and resulted in it becoming the world’s first industrialised city. The building of the Bridgewater Canal in 1761 built to transport coal triggered an early-19th-century factory building boom which transformed Manchester from a township into a major mill town and borough that was granted city status in 1853. In 1877, Manchester Town Hall was built and in 1894 the Manchester Ship Canal opened; which at the time was the longest river navigation canal in the world, which in turn created the Port of Manchester linking the city to sea. Manchester’s fortunes decreased in the subsequent years after WW2 due to deindustrialisation. However, investment in the last two decades, spurred by the 1996 Manchester bombing – which was the largest bomb ever detonated in peacetime Britain – spearheaded extensive regeneration of Manchester, particularly in the city centre.
Today Manchester is ranked as a beta world city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network; The city is notable for its architecture,culture, music scene, media links, scientific and engineering output, social impact, sports clubs and transport connections. Manchester was the site of the world’s first railway station and is where scientists first split the atom and developed the first stored-programme computer. Manchester is also where Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels wrote the Communist Manifesto and where the Trades Union Congress was established.
Its metropolitan economy is the third largest in the United Kingdom with a GDP of $88.3bn (2012 est., PPP). As of 2011 Manchester is the fastest growing major city in the UK and the third-most visited city in the UK by foreign visitors, after London and Edinburgh.