The Great Northern Warehouse is one of the most exciting places to be in Manchester this summer
Alongside The Makers Market, which takes place the first Sunday of every month in the amphitheatre for a ‘display of Manchester’s finest food, drink, art, design and Vintage’, The Great Northern Warehouse has recently hosted a number of events that have drawn in the crowds.
The Warehouse hosted a Yogathon event organised by The Life Centre North to celebrate World Yoga Day on 21st June. Hundreds of people came down to enjoy the free yoga and meditation classes that took place all day in the Great Northern’s amphitheatre, all in aid of The Booth Centre, one of Manchester’s homeless support charities. The event also received great media coverage, including posts from UNILAD Fitness, Push Doctor and About Manchester.
Impossible at the Great Northern has become the go-to place to watch the World Cup this summer, hosting the biggest outdoor screen in the city. With deck chairs, picnic benches, a beer garden and amazing weather, Impossible has been drawing in the crowds each match. Manchester Evening News named it the best place in Manchester to watch the World Cup, thanks to the huge screen and its ‘cracking atmosphere’.
Manchester235 is also hosting the Carlsberg Pop Up Sports Bar this summer. With coverage of the World Cup, the Premier League and Wimbledon to name a few, Manchester Weekly News states that the bar is ‘unrivalled’ for its coverage of sporting events.
On 8th June, Tyson Fury held his weigh in for his fight at Manchester Arena in the amphitheatre of the Great Northern Warehouse.