Three experiential events to watch next week

A supernatural voice installation, Fever-Tree gin garden and charity Macmillan Cancer Support feature in our list of events to watch out for next week.

Fever-Tree's Manchester gin garden opens next week
Fever-Tree's Manchester gin garden opens next week

Fever-Tree gin garden at Manchester festival

Premium tonic and mixer brand Fever-Tree is to return to the Manchester Food and Drink Festival for a second year, staging a specially-built 'Gin Garden'. The garden aims to be a city-centre oasis, created as a haven to true gin appreciation. Inside the garden, Fever-Tree will be hosting what it calls the 'ultimate G&T bar, which will serve up a selection of gins paired with its range of tonic waters and a selection of garnishes, allowing festival-goers to create their very own, bespoke 'ultimate gin & tonic'.

Where Festival Hub, Albert Square, Manchester

When 29 September-10 October

Bompas & Parr's supernatural voice installation

Bompas & Parr will unveil the world's first supernatural voice installation in London, as part of the eclectic annual arts festival Merge Bankside. The Voice of God will pose questions about consciousness, our perception of the physical world and our understanding of the supernatural. It uses submitted voices, transposed to infrasound, to give visitors the impression of a supernatural or divine experience.

Where Hilton London Bankside

When 29 September 

Macmillan and De'Longhi dinner event

Charity Macmillan Cancer Support and Italian coffee machine brand De'Longhi have joined forces to host an evening of experiences and entertainment. The event, taking place at Spencer House in London on 29 September, aims to celebrate the charity's flagship fundraiser, the World's Biggest Coffee Morning, which this year is taking place on 30 September. Guests will enjoy an evening of cocktails, wine and canapés, with experiences and entertainment curated by designer, cook, author and retailer, Sophie Conran.

Where Spencer House, London

When 29 September 

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