Chris Horkan

A multi-purpose event space in the Northern Quarter. Located just off Stevenson Square.

1st Floor, 14-16 Faraday StreetManchesterM1 1BE View map
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York Unlocked 2023

York’s most unique festival! The doors to around 70 buildings will be thrown open free of charge for this two day celebration of heritage.

free entry
Bloom at York Art Gallery

York Art Gallery is displaying an exhibition focused on the artistic inspiration of flowers, bringing together more than 100 botanical artworks from its collection.

from £8.00
lumiere festival
Lumiere Festival

For over a decade, Lumiere Festival has been lighting up Durham’s public spaces with mesmerising installations and interactive artworks.

free entry

Where to go near Aatma

kendalswindow Window display at Kendal’s, Manchester Local Image Collection, Manchester Archives
House of Fraser (Kendal’s)

Formerly known as Kendal’s, House of Fraser has been trading on Deansgate since 1832, housed in a striking, Grade II-listed art-deco building.

North Yorkshire
Beverley Art Gallery, East Riding

Beverley Art Gallery is home to the ‘Champney Collection’, featuring works by leading British artists practising in the Pre-Raphaelite mode; it also boasts the largest collection of paintings by Frederick Elwell, RA (1870–1958).

Dope Burger

Dope Burger concentrates on what it does best. Tasty burgers, chicken and hot dogs with fabulous flavours ready to take away or delivered to your door. It has neatly carved up its menu so that you can see at a glance its best sellers. Pulled Pork & Cheese, Olde Amsterdam, Black & Blue appropriately named for its layer of blue cheese and treacle and the Smoked Dope Burger packed with maple bacon, cheese and dope sauce.

Wilberforce House
Wilberforce House

The birthplace of William Wilberforce, the British politician, abolitionist and social reformer, Wilberforce House tells the story of the transatlantic slave trade and its abolition, as well as dealing with contemporary slavery.

Tourist Attraction
The Deep

One of the UK’s biggest aquariums, with over 5,000 different species across 50 different displays in a dramatic building overlooking the Humber estuary, The Deep is a multi-award-winning venue and an international player in marine conservation.

Wooly mammoth Hull and East Riding Museum
Hull and East Riding Museum

The Hull and East Riding Museum of archeology offers a detailed, immersive introduction to history, reconstructing ancient civilisations for visitors to explore – you can walk through an Iron Age village or enter a Roman bath house and look at the stunning mosaics.

Music venue
The New Adelphi Club

One of the most unusual small music venues going, The New Adelphi Club was originally a three-bedroom terraced house with a garden, but now has legendary status, not least for being among the first places to host Pulp.

Hitchcock’s Vegetarian Restaurant

Strange, but highly rated, Hull’s very first vegetarian restaurant, Hitchcock’s, has been an unconventional spot for over 25 years, with a warren of rooms full of curios, the menu chosen by the first person to book and food served as an eat-as-much-as-you-like buffet. 

Hull New Theatre
Hull New Theatre

With an inspiring history, welcoming acclaimed productions and legendary performers, the Grade II-listed Hull New Theatre reopened in 2017 after a £16 million refurbishment, creating more seats, a new café-restaurant, two new bars and an extra space.

The Old House
Bar or Pub
The Old House

The Old House is offering collection and delivery from its home in the oldest domestic building in Hull. Priding itself on locally sourced ingredients from local suppliers including Warrendale Wagyu Beef and rare breed beef from Thirsk you can enjoy the gastronomy of this gastropub in your home.

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