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Historically The Vale would have been a hive of activity and noise – which is not much different to today, really! We have a vibrant, diverse programme of cultural experiences on offer all year round. All you have to do is join us! Read on to see what live performances and cinema we have on offer, and all the creative participatory opportunities you could wish for.
The Vale is perhaps best known for our live performance venue where a whole host of different music, theatre and dance events take place. There’ll be something to hook you in, we guarantee it! Take a look at our current season and book your tickets below.
The Vale is the place to get stuck in. With our team on hand to guide you through, you’ll learn new skills, meet new people and, most importantly, have the most fun you’ve had in ages! With opportunities for adults, kids and professional artists, now’s your chance.
Sure, you can go to your local high street and watch the latest blockbuster, but surely you’d prefer a more intimate setting with your friends and neighbours, a fully stocked bar and the opportunity to join us with film-related cultural experiences before or after the event? We thought so! Read on to see what we have to offer.
We’re making the most of our beautiful, 150-year old space by showcasing artworks from a variety of artists. Take a look below to see what’s on.
THE CORPSE BRIDE (PG) 2015 - Film screening and Talk, demonstration and Q&A by the film’s incredible puppet makers Mackinnon & Saunders
Retro-hip enough for the cool kids yet granny can shake her bony hips around to it too – The Independent on Sunday
Baked A La Ska are the “heavy heavy sound” of Manchester, a super charged 11-headed ska monster on a rampage through the dance floors of the UK leaving a trail of skanked out bodies in their wake.
Join us for an afternoon of film and food, remembering George whilst watching one of his favourite movies, Back to the future, and raising funds for George’s Den. About George’s […]
Carandiru tells some of the stories that occurred in Carandiru Penitentiary, which was the biggest prison in Latin America. Plus talk from Caradiru survivor Sindey Sales (Live link to Brazil).
Caoilfhionn Rose (pronounced Keelin), is a singer, songwriter and producer who was born in Manchester, England, with family roots in Northern Ireland and Yorkshire (UK). Emerging from a diverse music scene, she ties together remnants of Manchester’s musical past with its evolving present. She has collaborated with musicians from around the world and is perhaps best known for her work with Vini Reilly of The Durutti Column Collaborating on four songs on the Chronicle LX: XL