Street Art Tour – Northern Quarter

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Street Art Tour – Northern Quarter at Shudehill Metrolink Station, Manchester 15 — 21 October 2016 Tickets from £7.50 — Book now

A recent history of the Northern Quarter, told through its street art. As featured in the Telegraph’s Incredible Street Arts Tours.

Learn about the creation of the Northern Quarter as we know it today, find out the major names behind some of the area’s oldest street art and why it became concentrated here, and explore the recent wave of paste ups, murals and paintings that create the unique feel of the Northern Quarter. An insight into how modern art movements in Manchester hope to continue to drive creativity within the neighbourhood, and how art was key in the redevelopment of a fast decaying area of the city.

Street Art Tour – Northern Quarter at Shudehill Metrolink Station, Manchester 15 — 21 October 2016 Tickets from £7.50 Book now

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