This vibrant arts venue in the heart of Sale has a theatre, art galleries, studios and workspaces, and is an important regional hub for both performance and visual art.
It's also a major touring venue for theatre productions, music groups, comedians and art exhibitions, while at the same time providing a great resource for the local community. The centres hosts classes, seminars and workshops on subjects ranging from drama to salsa and poetry to tai chi. It also regularly serves a base for regional music and performance groups including Touchdown Dance, Sale Chamber Orchestra and Trafford Youth Orchestra.
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