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The Factory Manchester for art of the future

Exhibitions and epic concerts, dance, theatre, opera, visual arts and popular culture at The Factory Manchester

MANCHESTER: From highest level of football to all kind of world class happenings. When it comes to culture this city has some major plans for the future. A world class cultural space being developed in the center. The Factory Manchester is the new landmark building where the art of the future will be made.

With its vast size and uniquely flexible design, The Factory Manchester will provide space for artists from across the world. Art to make work of unprecedented ambition and scale and to do extraordinary things. The building is big enough to fit a passenger jet.

Click big photos The Factory Manchester

The Factory Manchester will commission and present the world’s most exciting artists, attracting up to 850,000 visitors a year, from the UK and internationally. When open, it will present everything from major exhibitions and epic concerts, to intimate performances and immersive experiences. Also, including dance, theatre, music, opera, visual arts, popular culture and innovative contemporary work incorporating the latest digital technologies.
Working with local, national and international co-producers, it will premiere major new work, before it travels globally.

Genuine for more than football

Hub for culture. The Factory will play a key role in the life of the city and the people living here, on top bringing 1,500 full time jobs. The factory is due to open in 2021. Located in the St John’s neighbourhood next to the River Irwell, The Factory will also be at the heart of a city centre hub for culture, creativity and digital innovation. Manchester looks like a genuine city for more than two celebrated football clubs.

Meanwhile, look forward for inspiration and start reading more about Manchester, Britain´s radical city

Or More About: Manchester Visitor Information Centre where the team can help make the most of your trip.

Gudmund Lindbaek
Gudmund Lindbaek
Journalist founded King Goya a few years back. Always traveling the world. Meeting people, local food and engaging stories are my passion. I don´t collect countries or require gorilla-stalking in Africa. I just want a tiny slice of adventure to be alive, and then excited to return home.

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