New Look Twenty Twenty Two NQ

Twenty Twenty Two, the music and arts event space in the heart of the Northern Quarter has revealed a new look for 2014

By Lee Isherwood | Last updated 29 November 2015

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Twenty Twenty Two, the music and arts event space in the heart of the Northern Quarter has revealed a new look for 2014, plus will introduce a dedicated Ping Pong Room on January 31st.

The venue has added four Ping Pong tables in the back room, allowing revellers to hire the tables for some bats and beers – adding another dimension to the space.


The Ping Pong Room will also feature six large pieces of art made out of ping pong balls by celebrated artist Liam Hopkins aka Lazerian

The venue, will extend its opening hours from Tuesday through Saturday from 4pm, with late nights Fridays and Saturdays til 3am. It will still act as a event space, offering the diversity of events, music and art that it has become known for

Adding to the music roster best online casino Manchester’s Music Legend’s David Dunne & Andy Daniels take residency on Friday nights for ‘Boombox ’ and Mark Webster will be in charge on a Saturday for ‘Beats, Bats and Beers’ with his take on Hip Soul, Boogie Funk, Disco & Alternative Pop treasures.

In addition, Twenty Twenty Two will bolster its Art Exhibitions, with the main room being dedicated to established artists with the February Exhibition ‘Pong Ping’ kicking things off. The Ping Ping Room will also have a wall dedicated to up and coming Artists and will again rotate on a monthly basis.

The venture will continue to be hired out for events with a dedicated space which also can be used for as a screening and conference room with confirmed bookings from brands such as Nokia

Nestled in the heart of the Northern Quarter on Little Lever Street, Twenty Twenty Two has made its name by hosting a range of dynamic music, art and cultural events, whilst also becoming a social space for creatives in the city

Jamie Scahill, of Twenty Twenty Two said: “We’ve had a tremendous 18 months but we want to add more to the venue to give the Northern Quarter something new. With the Ping Pong room we’ve done that. Mixed with our dedicated music nights on a Friday and Saturday, plus with our special one off nights such as Horse Meat Disco on the 1st February, and our continued art exhibitions for up and coming and established artists, we’ll continue to create a unique social space for the Northern Quarter.”