Engineering Buildings A and B are open for teaching and learning. MECD is the home of engineering and materials at The University of Manchester
For food and drink as good as you are, the Milk & Honey cafe on Oxford Road may be the answer to your prayers.
Modal Gallery at SODA is the place to experience cutting-edge, immersive digital artwork from local and international artists.
Mr Su is set to take Manchester by storm, bringing traditional Chinese dumplings and noodles to Circle Square on Oxford Road.
Find Navarro Lounge just off Oxford Road on University Green, a modern and welcoming chain bar with excellent choices of food.
NIAMOS is a co-operatively run music and art studios, micro-bakery, brew tap and pay-as-you-feel arts venue.
North Taproom serves up everything from small-batch craft ale to high-end cocktails alongside a well-designed menu of Asian street food.
Number 70 Oxford Street is the former site of the Cornerhouse and now a part of the Manchester Metropolitan University campus.
Manchester’s original 1920s dancehall – an art deco gem that spans a century of Manchester music history in the heart of the city centre
ÖL Nano Brewery & Bar at Hatch is a place where you can always expect quality, inventive beers.
A hidden shop, once forgotten but now the home of sustainability. Giving preloved second-hand goods a new burst of life, the shop stocks a range of quirky clothing, unique books, music and one-off homewares.
One of Manchester’s most prominent theatres since it was established in 1891, the Palace brings the best of national and international theatre, music and comedy to the North West.