Cornerhouse is Manchester’s international centre for contemporary visual arts and independent film.
Cornerhouse was founded by the Greater Manchester Visual Arts Trust, chaired by Sir Bob Scott, and opened in 1985. We’ve been at the forefront of Manchester’s vibrant cultural scene ever since. Our patrons are Danny Boyle, Damien Hirst and Helen Mirren.
Located on Oxford Road, Cornerhouse houses three floors of contemporary art galleries, three screens showing the best of independent cinema, a bar, café and a bookshop and we get around 500,000 visitors every year.
Photo credit: Ben Page
AND Exhibitions & Events taking place at Cornerhouse include:
It’s Cool, I’m Good / Stanya Kahn
What is this film called Love?
All Divided Selves
Come As You Are
AND 2012 Shorts: Programme 1
Follow / plus post-screening filmmaker discussion
UK Premiere: Bye Bye Blondie
AND 2012 Shorts: Programme 2
Piercing 1 / plus post-screening filmmaker Q&A
Double Bil: Nana & Jouer Ponette
Dare / Girl Gang
Stepping Into The Light / Jeremy Finch
Extensive details on how to find Cornerhouse by road, rail or Metrolink can be found on the organisation’s website. You’ll also find details of the nearest parking.