It couldn’t be more of a perfect location.
Finding life on Radium Street back in September 2020, Ancoats Pop-Up has quickly established itself as a go-to-market for locals to enjoy – bringing handmade crafts, local produce, art and clothing to the growing neighbourhood. And now, after just 11 months in business, the market is set to jump ship to a bigger and better location, finding a home in the popular Cutting Room Square.
A location that’s blessed with a high footfall thanks to the many local bars and restaurants that encircle it, Ancoats Pop-Up will provide the square with a much-needed purpose, with locals currently using it as a social space to sit and hang out with friends.
Launching on September 12th, the pop-up market will continue to be home to some of the city’s most talented creatives – with an array of stalls set to fill out the square every second weekend of the month.
Announcing the news over on their Instagram, Ancoats Pop-Up said: “We are super excited to share that Ancoats Pop Up Market is moving to CUTTING ROOM SQUARE!
“We have a bigger space to offer Manchester makers, which means more exposure to independent businesses 💪”
Visitors can expect baked goods, handmade gifts, street food, art and so much more, with traders including Plant Shop Manchester, Biscuit & Brew, Paradiso, The Flat Baker, Vegan Picnic Basket, The Dog Cake Company, Twisted Sister Vintage and many, many more.