Leading centre for the contemporary arts, presenting innovative, experimental work in the visual arts, performance, dance, film, music and events.

Brunswick Club

The Brunswick Club is an artist-led community that encourages and supports independent and experimental practice across multiple art forms. It comprises studios, shared production and event spaces, photochemical dark room and sound facilities. Set up in 2017 by Bristol Experimental and Expanded Film (BEEF), alongside collectives and artists CHAMP and Action Hero, the Brunswick Club […]

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Carpenters Lane

Carpenters Lane Bottom is a billboard site located on the wall outside the clothing shop ‘Oi Polloi’.

Chapeltown Picture House

Independent cinema giving a screen to cult classics, genre masterpieces, documentaries, and more.

Church of St Thomas the Martyr

Handsome late eighteenth-century church designed by local architect and carver.


World renowned centre for contemporary circus and physical theatre training

Colston Hall

Bristol’s largest concert hall, presenting concerts and entertainment by major names.

Contact Theatre

Progressive young people’s theatre that plays host to drama, dance and spoken word performances, as well as community-focused festivals.

Coroners Court

Coroner’s Court is an abandoned school/court and mortuary.

Cube Microplex

Non profit independent arts cinema and event venue.

dBs Music

dBs Music is a Music Technology Institute with centres in the South West of England, as well as Berlin. Offering courses in music production, sound engineering, live sound, game audio, music for film and more, their aim is to equip the next generation of creators, producers, performers and engineers with the skills and experience needed […]

Depot Mayfield

A unique found space showcasing Manchester’s industrial past, hosting arts, culture, music and community events in a huge former railway station and now home to Freight Island.

Elevator Sound

Independent electronic music store run by producers for producers.


Live music venue supporting an adventurous and diverse music program, a specialist record shop, recording studio and vegan coffee kitchen.

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Manchester’s centre for contemporary theatre, film, art, music and more.

Loco Klub

A white brick building set on a crossroad with Roman style pillars out front and an arched roof.

Manchester Art Gallery

City centre art gallery which is free and open to all people as a place of civic thinking and public imagination.


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A renowned music college dedicated to providing an outstanding education that propels students into careers as inspiring and versatile musicians.

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Salford Lads Club

Edwardian social club made famous by The Smiths. It provides local young people with opportunities to take part in sports and arts.

A wooden room with a coffee bar in the middle. There are stools around it and cakes in cake stands on the counter top.


A Manchester City Centre shared workspace breaking down barriers between work and play.

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Cafe, canteen, bar and events space offering a social and relaxed atmosphere, with a rich history of performances from artists and musicians.


Multi-faceted city centre venue hosting high calibre DJs, bands and live artists.

The Lowry

The Lowry presents audiences with a diverse programme of theatre, opera, musicals, dance, music, comedy and visual art.


Independent cultural cinema, talent development hub and centre for creative technology and digital innovation.

We The Curious

Charity and venue empowering everyone to ask questions, be playful and test things out.

A red brick building with a protruding round entry way. There are columns holding up the roof of the protrusion. There is a small tower sticking up from the middle of the roof of the building.

Whitworth Art Gallery

The Whitworth Institute was built for ‘the perpetual gratification of the people of Manchester’ and today houses gallery spaces, a study centre, learning studio and communal gardens.

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An independent venue boasting a wide range of food and music events.