Home to the Northern Ballet School, The Dancehouse is an Art Deco theatre and studio which hosts a wide range of productions alongside a busy calendar of regular events.
An ever-popular nightclub, bar and affordable street food stop housed in a landmark, Grade II listed building. Come for the unique space, stay for the live music and DJs.
The Flour and Flagon pub has a range of cask beers, gins and a menu of “honest grub” which includes burgers, pies, grills and a range of desserts.
The Font Manchester is a cracking bar found just off Oxford Road on New Wakefield St where it’s been for over 20 years.
The Footage is probably the defining student pub of Oxford Road, now refitted for quality food, drinks and sports.
Gasworks is a repurposed industrial space on First Street that’s now used for quality drinking and dining.
The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre specialises in the rapid development and scale-up of graphene and other 2D materials applications.
Manchester School of Art’s Holden Gallery curates an exhibitions programme that focuses exclusively on recent developments in international contemporary visual art.
The Church of The Holy Name of Jesus Christ was built in the late 19th century, the Holy Name sits in the middle of the University of Manchester.
Take a seat by the river at The Lass O’ Gowrie and watch the world go by in this refined and ancient watering hole.
Manchester Museum, part of The University of Manchester, is the UK’s largest university museum with a collection of about 4.5 million items from every continent.
The Midland Hotel is one of the most famous places to stay in Manchester, and one of Oxford Road Corridor’s most lavishly decorated hotels.