The MA Show celebrates the work of Manchester School of Art’s postgraduate students.
One of Manchester’s favourite multi-venue festivals is back! Neighbourhood Festival will be taking over Manchester city centre this October.
Manchester Literature Festival is a celebration of imagination, ideas, stories, and voices from around the world.
12 Last Songs constructs a fleeting portrait of society. There are no actors. It’s a live exhibition of people taking place over 12 hours.
Manchester is undeniably one of the UK hotspots for live music. With many of its most iconic venues based on the Oxford Road Corridor.
Oxford Road Corridor has a number of historic parks and contemporary green spaces to enjoy.
“ By 2025, Oxford Road Corridor will be Manchester’s cosmopolitan hub and world-class innovation district, where talented people from the city and across the world learn, create, work, socialise, live and do business; contributing to the economic and social dynamism of one of Europe’s leading cities.”
Circle Square is an exciting multi-million pound, mixed-use neighbourhood, created on the site of the former BBC building on Oxford Road.
First Street is a vibrant neighbourhood between Oxford Road and Deansgate, it is home to a number of businesses and is a popular spot for food, drink and culture.
Hatch is Manchester’s pop-up retail, food and drink destination on Oxford Road with something for just about everyone. It is a place to shop, eat and drink, 7 days a week at over 30 independent traders.
Some of the best Galleries & Museums in Manchester are here on Oxford Road Corridor. Explore a diverse programme for all cultural enthusiasts.
Oxford Road is packed with a great range of bars where you can get your fill of cocktails, spirits and fizz.
As much as anywhere else in Manchester, the Oxford Road Corridor is packed with great examples of modern cafe culture.
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Bruntwood SciTech’s 1 million sq ft masterplan for Manchester Science Park has taken another step forward as its £21m development, Base, reaches practical completion.
We are seeking expressions of interest, from Greater Manchester-based cultural producers, both organisations and individuals, for a new event in October
The University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan both score highly in the UK government’s Research Excellence Framework.