Victoria Baths is a Grade II*-listed building described as “Manchester’s Water Palace” when it opened in 1906, now a heritage and events space in Chorlton-on-Medlock. It’s located just outside of the Oxford Road Corridor, but with it’s stunning architecture, loving restoration and ambitious events programme, Victoria Baths is an iconic treasure that is well worth a visit.
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Elizabeth Gaskell’s House
This beautifully restored Grade II listed villa was once home to Elizabeth Gaskell, one of the UK’s most important Victorian writers.
This 18-acre park opposite the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is an eye-catching green space and home to the Whitworth Art Gallery.
A visually stunning art gallery located at the heart of Whitworth Park, with a collection containing around 55,000 items.
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RNCM 50th Birthday Celebration
Royal Northern College of Music | 22 June 2023
Royal Northern College of Music celebrates its 50th birthday and half a century of forging incredible careers across the music industry.
Manchester International Festival 2023
Various Venues | 28 June – 16 July 2023
Manchester International Festival returns, this year with many of the biggest commissions found at cultural spaces around Oxford Road. Here’s what’s happening here on the Corridor.
The Whitworth | 26 January – 26 November 2023
(Un)Defining Queer delves into the Whitworth’s collection to examine how we can use a queer lens to define what the term ‘queer’ means.
Golden Mummies of Egypt
The Manchester Museum | 18 February – 31 December 2023
Golden Mummies of Egypt is Manchester Museum’s re-opening exhibition. This one-of-a-kind cultural experience opens in February 2023.
Manchester Psych Fest 2023
Various Venues | 2 September 2023
Manchester Psych Fest is an all-day celebration of psychedelic music and art, returning to the Oxford Road Corridor in September.
English National Ballet – Akram Khan’s Giselle
Palace Theatre | 19 – 21 October 2023
A classic for our times. After astounding audiences around the world, Akram Khan’s Giselle returns to the Palace Theatre, where it premiered.
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