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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

The Deaf Institute Manchester

A short walk west into the University area from O2 Apollo is The Deaf Institute, a trendy music venue that was once an institute for the deaf and dumb. The building dates from 1877 and is a Grade II Listed. Altogether The Deaf Institute has three floors, with three bars, a kitchen & a roof terrace with the basement bar open to hire for private parties.

The Deaf Institute Manchester.

The Deaf Institute is run by the people behind the successful Trof bar in the Northern Quarter and offers live music and club nights to complement the food and drinks that begin about 4pm in the main bar. There is free Wifi and a promise of something happening most nights.

The Deaf Institute is located on the corner of Grosvenor Road and Oxford Road very close to Manchester Metropolitan University, All Saints Park, the Manchester School of Theatre and Manchester Aquatics Centre.

The Deaf Institute Manchester.

135 Grosvenor Street, Manchester, M1 7HE
Tel: 0161 276 9350

A number of buses run along Oxford Road including the 147 from Piccadilly Station and the hourly 173 from Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport.

The Deaf Institute Manchester.

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