At 7,825 square metres and with £13m of state-of-the-art equipment, the National Graphene Institute is the home of collaboration on advanced materials, where academics and their industrial partners work side-by-side on new and exciting applications.
The Old Abbey Taphouse is a pub in a community hub, and one of Hulme’s true gems. Come for the beers, stay for the arts and culture activities.
Discover the story of the suffragettes and learn about women’s activism, past and present, at the former home of Emmeline Pankhurst and her family.
Smart, modern barbers based in the ever-expanding Hatch complex on Manchester’s Oxford Road.
The Proud Place houses The Proud Trust and serves as a community hub for the wider LGBT+ population across Manchester and beyond.
The Refuge, at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, is a luxurious, modern restaurant, housed in a magnificent, Alfred Waterhouse designed, Victorian brick and terracotta building offers 10,000 sq ft of drinking and dining for everyone and anyone with the instruction “Come As You Are”.
A rock music-friendly venue where everyone can enjoy a pint in one of Manchester’s most historic pubs.
The Salutation is one of Manchester’s most historic pubs – thriving right in the heart of the Oxford Road Corridor for over 200 years.
Originally called The Temple of Convenience owing to its former life as a public toilet block, this is a tiny bar with some of the finest bathroom graffiti in town.
The Thirsty Scholar is a free music venue, pub and nightclub on Oxford Road serving vegan pub food including all-day breakfasts.
A visually stunning art gallery located at the heart of Whitworth Park, with a collection containing around 55,000 items.
The gallery in the park which has gained global attention with contemporary exhibition programmes giving new life to international collections.