Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Wigan

Creative Tourist
Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Wigan
Castlefield Gallery

Castlefield Gallery‘s latest New Art Spaces gallery space opens in Wigan.

Castlefield Gallery operates with the ambition to make the North West a place where artists can live, produce work and thrive. New Art Spaces is just one of the ways in which they support artists to maintain their creative practice and test out new work. New Art Spaces are pop-up project and gallery spaces which offer a unique testing ground for experimental and large-scale creative project development. Since the New Art Spaces scheme originated in 2009 Castlefield Gallery has provided opportunities at multiple properties across Greater Manchester and the North West region.

Use of the spaces is available to members of our Castlefield Gallery Associates membership initiative, allowing them to develop their creative practice at a very low cost.

11 Standishgate (the former Marks & Spencer store)WiganWN1 1UE View map
Visit Now

What's on near Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Wigan

Lightwaves at Salford Quays

An unmissable ten days of luminary adventures. Interact with boundary-breaking new commissions, create your own digital masterpieces and take a selfie with a Dalek. Yep, really.

free entry

Where to go near Castlefield Gallery New Art Spaces: Wigan

Anderton Centre

Lower Rivington Reservoir is a scenic setting in which to try stand up paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing or sailing.

The Turnpike

The Turnpike is an independent arts organisation. Since January 2017, it has occupied the first floor of an iconic 1970s brutalist building in the centre of Leigh.


Independent and delightfully unique pizza place with rustic decor. Based in Leigh, a few minutes drive from both Liverpool and Manchester.

Hop and Hazlewood
Bar or Pub
Hop and Hazlewood

Hop and Hazlewood is a craft beer and gin joint in the heart of Tyldesley, a short trip out of Manchester.

Culture Guides

Music in Manchester and the North

Spotlighting global artists who all, in one way or another, break the mould, we preview the best gigs happening this side of Christmas and beyond.