Dominating the heart of Manchester, south of Piccadilly Gardens and next to the much loved and popular Chinatown is our newest stand-out mega banner.
Youthful, exciting and full of character, Manchester has quickly become a popular and important UK city. In recent years, the city has seen rapid regeneration and expansion making it one of the fastest growing economies outside of London.
One of the best things about Manchester is its diversity which is reflected in its bustling city centre, packed full of retail spaces, galleries, music venues, restaurants and bars that delight both locals and tourists.
Our mega banner is on the façade of the historic Fraser House and dominates the corner of Portland Street and Charlotte Street. The advert is visible to 2 lanes of head-on traffic and as a main throughfare in and out of the city has a guaranteed flow of traffic 7 days a week.
Situated in the heart of the City centre next to the retail district, Chinatown and minutes from the much-loved gay village means the site is surrounded by some of the best bars and restaurants in the city, making it a busy and sociable part of town with a high footfall. The area also has a high concentration of some of Manchester’s top hotels, is a major transport hub and is close to Manchester Piccadilly Station and the popular shopping centres of the Northern Quarter.
Manchester has reinvented itself as Britain’s new cultural hub and a world capital of the arts and entertainment and its industrial past has been surpassed by a new, trendsetting present with an ambitious future.
The city has an impressive and eclectic mix of galleries, festivals and venues and one of the coolest music scenes in the country. Throw in the famed Canal Street, home to Pride Festival, and you have a city leading the way in inclusivity and celebration.
Manchester’s cultural scene is also dominated by some of the most forward-thinking new developments, including HOME – a multi artform centre, and The Factory – a new creative hub and host to the Manchester International Festival.