Lomography Gallery Store - Venue Closed

Susie Stubbs
Lomography Manchester
Image courtesy of Lomography Gallery Store

Lomography Gallery Store, 20 Oldham Street, Manchester, M1 1JN – Visit Now

There really was only one choice for Lomography when it came to opening its first dedicated regional photo store: Manchester. The Northern Quarter branch opened in 2011 and stocks as much analogue loveliness as you could possibly want, from the entire Lomography camera range to accessories, books and more. Friendly staff and occasional workshops and events add to the appeal. These guys were also responsible for the ace LomoWall on nearby Tariff Street; a 30 metre-long wall covered in 10,000 analogue snaps of Manchester. Colourful.

Lomography has sadly closed. Read about its replacement, Fig and Sparrow, here.

  • 20 Oldham Street
  • Manchester
  • M1 1JN
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