The future home for creativity – Old Granada Studios is set to become Manchester’s arts and cultural neighbourhood thanks to a series of weekly markets starting from Saturday 5th April.
“…set to become the must-visit destination for families, tourists and city dwellers alike.”
Manchester’s major visit attraction starts from 11am – 5pm every Saturday and Sunday, a range of traders will be setting up shop, selling everything from art and design to craft, gourmet and street food and fashion and vintage.
The legendary Manchester setting sees the launch of BITE on the first weekend, a brand new gourmet and street food market alongside the Finders Keepers flea market on 6th April.
For the first Sunday of every month, commencing on 6th April, Old Granada Studios will become home to the Finders Keepers market. Spanning the gamut of second-hand shopping, the stalls and boutiques will showcase unique finds from vintage to bric-a-brac, antiques, collectables and objet d’art.
The following weekend will see the new cultural neighbourhood come alive with arts, craft and design with Urban Market Makers -a homage to all things craft on Saturday 12th , including workshops, and the Urban Market Art & Design markets on 13th, featuring fresh and talented local artists.
Here is what to expect during April:
05.04 BITE food market, Urban Markets
06.04 Finders Keepers flea market
11.04 Makers Market, Urban Markets
12.04 Art & Design, Urban Markets
19.04 BITE food market, Urban Markets
26.04 Love Fashion markets
27.04 Vintage Village Market
Coinciding with the launch of the Coronation Street Tour, Old Granada Studios is set to become the must-visit destination for families, tourists and city dwellers alike.
Hosted within an exceptional, quintessentially Mancunian setting, Old Granada Studios has inherited its culture and has embraced its world-renowned attributes and with the recent inclusion of the urban markets, this hugely iconic destination is set to be kept on the map for years to come.
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