Contact Theatre is a unique arts organisation that focuses on the impact art can have on young people’s lives, and places them at the heart of everything. Young people, aged 13-30, lead on deciding the artistic programme, making staff appointments and act as full Board members.
Ditto Coffee is a coffee shop specialising in independent music and speciality coffee. This Manchester coffee shop is the second from the Liverpool-based Ditto Music company.
A truly hands-on experience celebrating the life and literature of Elizabeth Gaskell, Manchester’s most famous Victorian writer.
Gorilla is a bar, kitchen and excellently programmed music venue and club housed beneath the railway arches on Whitworth Street West.
Harry Hall’s Cycles is a 3,000 square foot bike shop on Whitworth Street West with 100s of bikes and cycling expertise on hand.
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.
Manchester School of Art’s Holden Gallery curates an exhibitions programme that focuses exclusively on recent developments in international contemporary visual art.
The Holiday Inn Express on Oxford Road is a centrally located hotel that offers visitors great value for money.
Manchester’s centre for international contemporary culture has something for everyone with five cinemas, two theatres, art gallery, bookshop and restaurants.
Hotel ibis on Princess Street offers 126 value for money rooms in a central Manchester location near Oxford Road.
Hyatt Regency Manchester is an elegant, modern hotel set in the heart of Oxford Road Corridor.
Indian Tiffin Room is a restaurant on First Street with a unique take on Indian street food.