Twenty Twenty Two is situated right in the heart of the Northern Quarter. They are positioned in the basement of 20 Dale Street and have an entrance on Little Lever Street. Keep an eye out for the A-Boards directing you to their whereabouts or listen out for the music coming from below the ground
Twenty Twenty Two is a unique music, arts, bar and ping pong space in the heart of the Northern Quarter in Manchester.
The space was devised by a group of people passionate about music and creative event promoters who collaborated with the aim of realising a cutting-edge art and music space in Manchester, of which there is nothing quite like currently in the city. They host a wide range of different events including exhibitions, music nights, workshops, talks, networking events and many more, featuring local, regional, national and international talent.
It has free WI-FI throughout the venue and a well stocked licensed bar.
If you visit you may find they are show casing photographic exhibitions, product launches, pop up retail events, fashion shows, photo shoots, music events, film castings, theatre productions, wedding receptions, networking events, film screenings and design exhibitions. The space has been used by a large number of organisations including Converse, X-box, Dr Martens, Film 4, Bench, Kopparberg, Calvin Klein, Future Everything, Nokia, and many more
The Ping Pong tables can be booked Tuesday to Thursday by emailing with day, times and number of people attending. On Fridays and Saturdays we operate a turn up and play policy. The prices are from £3 to £5 for 30 minutes….so a bargain!
In the Ping Pong room they invite emerging artists to ‘take over’ the space each month. They are driven to supporting emerging artists and their concept is to help young people to showcase their design, art, creativity, products, music or clothing.
We love the fact that this large space in the centre of Manchester has such a diverse range of uses. For us the draw is the Ping Pong and the Art….it’s all rather more special in a social environment with a bottle of beer in your hand.
We wouldn’t have known about this quirky venue if it weren’t for the our good friend Chris….who seemingly frequents this venue with his mates when out in Manchester. Thanks Chris!
This concept is a winner for us (and for Chris too it seems).