From kicking off the industrial revolution, designing the first programmable computer to splitting the atom – our beloved Manchester truly deserves its title as one of the most innovative cities in the world. Here are the best things to do in the city...
Swing past for a brew & let’s have a chat about how we could help your business take on the world! Gorilla Marketing are situated right off the bottom of Deansgate, opposite Beetham Tower. The Deansgate tram stop & train station are within a 5-minute walk. Parking is also available at the Euro Car Park.
The Northern Quarter is a trendy neighbourhood, with vibrant street art, bohemian bars and independent record shops. It’s home to buzzy restaurants and some of the city’s liveliest music venues, which host up-and-coming indie bands and established acts. Cultural attractions include the artists’ studios at Manchester Craft and Design Center and rotating exhibits at the Center for Chinese Contemporary Art
We’re proud to sponsor the University of Manchester Rugby Club. If you’re interested in watching the lads play (they absolutely smash it by the way!), you can check out the fixtures and other information here.
The City of Manchester Stadium in Manchester, England, also known as the Etihad Stadium for sponsorship reasons, is the home ground of Manchester City Football Club. With a domestic football capacity of 55,097, it is the fourth-largest in the Premier League and eighth-largest stadium in the United Kingdom.
Manchester boasts some of the best shopping spots in the UK! Whether you plan on visiting the Arndale, Spinningfields, Trafford Center or just having a nosy around Deansgate – you will definitely need more than a couple of days to explore all the shopping that Manchester has to offer!
Salford Quays, at the eastern end of the Manchester Ship Canal on the site of the former Manchester Docks, became one of the first and largest urban regeneration projects in the United Kingdom after the closure of the dockyards in 1982. MediaCityUK, an area on both banks of the ship canal, is part of a joint tourism initiative between Salford City Council and Trafford Borough Council encompassing The Quays, Trafford Wharf and parts of Old Trafford. The Quays development includes The Lowry Arts Centre and the Imperial War Museum North.