Manchester’s upcoming 5 Events

This July, Manchester is bursting with number of events from book overs to party animals. Whether you love to party all the time or love spending your time with books, arts or talent, you will find it all. See what is in the store this month.

Home

This new purpose-built centre is a unification of Manchester’s favorite Corner house cinemas and art gallery and the Library theatre. It is a new house for Manchester’s modern art, plays and film and the biggest arts complex of its type outside London. In effect, it is Manchester’s version of the Barbican or Southbank Centre.

Dig the city

Dig the city festival as it says digs the streets of Manchester into a beautiful garden. It will be lovely seeing people, shoppers and passers enjoying the beauty of flowers and pausing to applaud its mesmerizing beauty. It will be amazing to see the hard stone streets turned into beautiful bloomy garden.

Manchester Literature Festival

From so many book festivals in the world, Manchester’s literature festival is different and sets its apart from many in same league. It supports the City’s traditional profile keeping the original modern thinking and feeds the considerable appetite amongst cultural consumers looking for new ideas, paths and experiences.

The tale of Mr. Tumble

The tale of Mr. Tumble is an upcoming event of Manchester’s for children and their families in the friendly surroundings of Manchester’s Opera House. This funny show showcases the joyful story of Mr. Tumble and children love seeing him live and close. There are plenty of opportunities for audience participation in this high energy event too.

Whitworth Art Gallery

There’s no doubt that this 2015 will be the year of Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester as it is reopening after a long period. It comes up with some of the world’s popular and most experimental artists. You can enjoy reading, eating and music that’s on the cultural horizon


Recent Posts