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Central Library hosts the Opening Moment, Made In Manchester and Recovery Poems on 21 October, 6–7pm. Discover Stories Under Our Feet on the benches outside the library throughout Corridor of Light.
A visible commitment to sustainability and designed by award-winning architectural practice Tonkin Liu, this 40m high flue tower and shell lace structural façade encloses a highly efficient source of heat and power for some of Manchester’s most iconic buildings.
HOME present The Fire Garden at Homeground from 22–23 October, 6–10pm. Feel the warmth of fire in this special work from Walk The Plank which has been supported by Ask.
The windows of the former Cornerhouse building become the site for The New Arrival throughout Corridor of Light.
Circle Square, Manchester’s newest neighbourhood, with be bathed in the light of Our Beating Heart by Studio Vertigo.
Hatch will host three nights of algoraves over Corridor of Light with a special live performance on the Friday night from 6-10pm. Here you can also stop and discover Lemn Sissay’s poetry.
Visit Manchester’s first public Poetry Library for Postcards from Oxford Road and Voices for Freedom throughout Corridor of Light.
For Corridor of Light, the bridge over Booth Street East will be the site of a new work by internationally acclaimed artist, Tim Etchells.
May Wild Studio combine with RNCM for Many Types of Graces as Studio 8 is revealed to the public for Corridor of Light.
The curved surface of University Place becomes a vast canvas for a new video by Antonio Roberts inspired by the first computer to store and run a programme.
Manchester Museum is currently closed for redevelopment until October 2022. For Corridor of Light, they will use their windows for a display of fluorescing specimens from their collection.
A Concretene Bench cast especially for Corridor of Light as a symbol of Manchester’s commitment to sustainability and a place where you can sit and enjoy Travelling Light’s Pendulum Wave Machine.
Discover more of Antonio Robert’s work at Alan Gilbert Square where you will find Let’s Never Meet, an exploration of intellectual connections with people we may never physically meet.
Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Holy Name Church, with Where The Light Is, an immersive sound and light piece.
Contact bring Black Gold Arts to the exterior of their newly refreshed building during Corridor of Light. Nearby, The Sunday Boys present sound installation, Beyond The Quietening.
The Old Abbey Taphouse welcome Recovery Poems alongside their in-house poet Laureate Tina Cribbins and the Hulme Community Writers share some poems about the hard-working people of Hulme.
Alight at Lemn Sissay’s icon Rain mural and listen to the poet recite his words via a QR code.
From 9–10pm on Friday 22nd October, The Whitworth Sculpture Terrace will host Recovery Poems and a performance from The Sunday Boys.