This Town is a modern-day epic narrative poem, performed and written by exciting new talent Rory Aaron.
Oxford Road Corridor is Manchester’s Knowledge Quarter. Stretching out south from St Peter’s Square in the city centre, it is a place where knowledge business and culture thrive.Watch →
Yusra Warsama takes Lorca’s classic ‘The House of Bernada Alba’ as inspiration for this powerful new production, as she exports Lorca’s language to a Moss Side home.
Golden Mummies of Egypt is Manchester Museum’s re-opening exhibition. This one-of-a-kind cultural experience opens in February 2023.
A Tangle of Mind & Matter at Modal Gallery showcases pioneering artworks from half a century of innovation by Rebecca Allen.
(Un)Defining Queer delves into the Whitworth’s collection to examine how we can use a queer lens to define what the term ‘queer’ means.
The weather remains unpredictable as we head into spring, but you can hang your hat on there being plenty of things to do in April around Oxford Road.
“A place where knowledge business and culture thrive.
Oxford Road Corridor is a world-class knowledge quarter that transforms lives through research, innovation skills and education”
The Oxford Road Corridor is at the heart of Manchester’s knowledge economy. With specialisms in life sciences and advanced materials, it is a recognised centre for science, R&D, and the commercialisation of ideas and innovation.
Oxford Road Corridor boasts a high value business base with a concentration of life sciences, professional services and digital businesses. With access to a skilled workforce, a modern science park and incentives for new businesses wishing to grow, the city’s innovation district continues to attract investment and compete on a global scale.More
Oxford Road Corridor is home to many of Manchester’s high-end cultural offerings such as the Whitworth, HOME and RNCM, and some of the city’s most iconic music venues creating a vibrant nightlife.More
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.
Stay up to date with the latest news from Oxford Road Corridor.
Six projects based within Oxford Road Corridor to receive funding and support after being selected to become part of the city-region’s Innovation Accelerator programme.
Plans for the new specialist lab space represent the third phase of Bruntwood SciTech’s masterplan to grow Manchester Science Park.
Manchester Museum reopens this February following an ambitious £15 million transformation, Esme Ward introduces us to the new era.