Danny Jacobs: How To Put On An Exhibition For £99, at 18-22 Lloyd Street in Manchester

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Danny Jacobs: How To Put On An Exhibition For £99
Danny Jacobs

Danny Jacobs: How To Put On An Exhibition For £99 at Whiskey Down Manchester, City Centre 5 — 6 July 2021 Entrance is free — Visit now

Danny Jacobs’ last exhibition was expensive, so he decided to do his next on a £99 budget. The result is a one-night-only show presented in the centre of Manchester. In his own words, bring yer gran.

Where to go near Danny Jacobs: How To Put On An Exhibition For £99, at 18-22 Lloyd Street in Manchester

Photo of a dish of meat dumplings surrounded by fresh veg
City Centre
Baltic Cellar

Close to Albert Square, Baltic Cellar is an unusual addition to Manchester’s culinary scene. Bringing the food of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia to the city, Baltic Cellar’s menu features borsch (beetroot soup), golubtsy (stuffed cabbage leaves) and chicken dumplings.

Wings Restaurant Manchester.
City Centre

Highly-regarded Chinese restaurant with a peerless range of dim sum and other Chinese dishes. Louis Van Gaal’s (remember him?) favourite restaurant in Manchester, by all accounts.

Kindle by Nicola Dale, image courtesy of the artist
City Centre
Untitled Gallery

Underground art gallery housed within the Friends Meeting House; a venue for small contemporary art exhibitions and new work by emerging artists.

City Centre
Place of worship
Friends’ Meeting House

A range of meeting rooms and conferencing facilities for hire – from an intimate space for a city centre meeting, to a conference facility in a hall that can seat 400 people with a suite of break out rooms.

Rudy's Neapolitan Pizza
Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza

Rudy’s Neapolitan Pizza serve up pizza which has received worldwide acclaim and now have six branches across the UK including this on Peter Street.

breakout manchester
City Centre
Tourist Attraction
Breakout Manchester

Test your skills and logical thinking with Breakout Manchester’s wide selection of themed rooms for you to escape from.

City Centre
Event venue
Breakout Town Hall

One of the two Breakout sites in Manchester city centre. You are locked in a room. To get out, you have to solve the clues – there’s a team behind this immersive game, and they won’t be making it easy.


Forty-Seven is a luxury boutique hotel on Peter Street in Manchester city centre, above the high-end Indian restaurant Asha’s.

Maray Manchester

The acclaimed Middle-Eastern restaurant treats Manchester diners to a Sunday roast menu with a twist.

Albert Hall on Peter street Manchester
City Centre
Music venue
Albert Hall

Built as a Methodist chapel in 1910, Albert Hall is now one of Manchester’s most iconic and most stunning music venues.

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