Save Hulme Hippodrome’s Spring Festival is this weekend!

The ever-resourceful and positive team behind the Save Hulme Hippodrome campaign have announced this year’s Spring Festival happening this coming weekend.

The Hulme Hippodrome is a cultural landmark of Manchester and this event aims to bring this gem of a venue back to life and into the minds of local people who once swarmed to its performances year in, year out, but for the last few years has been closed and slowly deteriorating, almost to the point of no return.

The Save Hulme Hippodrome team have ambitious aims to bring the crumbling Grade II-listed Edwardian theatre back to life to serve the people of the area once again.

This coming Sunday, March 6th from 12.30pm-3.30pm you are invited to join the party (Pay what you can -tickets on the door) at the Hulme Community Garden Centre for a fun afternoon of live music and entertainment, all sorts of fun activities to join in with, with great food and drink to enjoy. With the chance to see old friends, make new ones, have some fun and enjoy a bit of food and drink into the bargain, it’s certain that everyone will have a great afternoon!

Aside from all this, you can learn the rich and unusual history of the Hippodrome and learn about the plans to revive it, its massive potential for the local communities, and how you can help.

There will be a large covered outdoor area to relax in and enjoy, just in case of rain!

Venue; Hulme Community Garden Centre, 28 Old Birley Street, Hulme, Manchester M15 5RG

Visit for more details and tickets

And for those of you who might not know, here’s a short history of the Hulme Hippodrome helpfully compiled by the team

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